• Corpus ID: 133043277

Efficacy of community education programmes in influencing public reception and response behaviour factors related to tornado warning systems

  title={Efficacy of community education programmes in influencing public reception and response behaviour factors related to tornado warning systems},
  author={John Walsh},
  • J. Walsh
  • Published 1 February 2016
  • Environmental Science
The thesis explores the U.S. early warning system in the context of three separate but interlocking components: emergency management; special needs populations, in this case represented by the Deaf and hard of hearing community; and disaster education. Of importance is the need to bring further understanding to the relevancy of each and how the interrelationship among all three reflects a microcosm illustrative of the larger early warning paradigm and its challenges. Meeting those challenges… 
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