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GARY R. WEBB

In: 21st Century Sociology

Chapter 89: The Sociology of Disaster

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The Sociology of Disaster
The sociology of disaster

Disasters are dramatic events. They result in widespread physical damage, social disruption, and loss of life. While human societies have always encountered them, disasters seem to be increasing in frequency, financial costs, and complexity. With a growing number of people living in hazardous places and ...

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