Call for Papers: Compound, Cascading and Lingering Disasters
New Deadline for Abstracts: 23rd December 2020
DRSI is organising an edited book, to be submitted to Palgrave Macmillan on this topic, seeking contributions that focus on Australia and the Asia Pacific region and explore any of the following themes:
- Case studies of either compound or cascading disasters, focusing on any stage of the PPRR spectrum (Prevention – Preparation – Response – Recovery)
- Case studies detailing the lingering effects of previous disasters and how that affects resilience and preparedness
- Focus on either the social, economic or environmental effects of compound or cascading disasters
- Contributions that explore concepts of vulnerability and / or resilience to compound, cascading and / lingering disasters
The theme of Compound, Cascading and Lingering Disasters has also been explored at a DRSI Special Event panel in November – recordings from both events are available on the Special Events page.
Abstracts (~300 words) required prior to chapter submission. Chapters are to be 5,000 words plus references, APA 6th referencing style. No footnotes or endnotes in chapters.
All chapters will be peer-reviewed and editors reserve the right to reject submitted chapters that do not meet specifications.
Abstract submission: 23rd December 2020
Full chapters due: 31st May 2021
If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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