The Impact Of Global Crises On Women: The Case Of Covid-19 In Egypt, 2021 American University in Cairo
The Impact Of Global Crises On Women: The Case Of Covid-19 In Egypt, Nour A. Dokhan
Theses and Dissertations
Any global crisis is expected to affect every human being, but for women it is always twice as hard. In the case of Covid-19, women are more affected across every domain, from social protection to health, simply because if their gender. This research explores the impact of Covid-19 on women, both economically and socially, with the focus on the case of Egypt. It explores the systematic gender inequalities in the economic, social, and health spheres using cases from previous crises, and how this gender inequality and vulnerability has resulted in much worse consequences of Covid-19 than that of men. The ...
Global Journey To Post-Pandemic Normalcy And Revival, 2021 St. John’s University
Global Journey To Post-Pandemic Normalcy And Revival, Andrzej Sankowski
Journal of Global Awareness
After a year of COVID-19, countries, societies, and individuals are longing for normalcy and beginning to consider what life will be like post-pandemic. Efforts and experiences of countries in the European Union, Asia, Asia-Pacific, Australia, Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and the United States are examined as they face challenges to end the pandemic and prepare for the post-pandemic reality. What will be the post-pandemic "new normalcy"? What changes caused by the pandemic are permanent in societies and the world? What are the necessary reforms that have to take place as part of normalcy? Reflections on the impacts of vaccinations ...
Building Back Healthier: The Role Of Public Health In State Disaster Recovery Law, 2021 Syracuse University
Building Back Healthier: The Role Of Public Health In State Disaster Recovery Law, Claire Pendergrast, Nicole Errett
Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion: Population Health Research Brief Series
When communities are impacted by disasters, state officials must implement efficient and competent recovery strategies with the health and wellbeing of residents in mind. This research brief summarizes findings from a peer-reviewed study showing that few U.S. states explicitly integrate public health into their disaster recovery laws, and the types of public health requirements and authorizations vary substantially across states.
Security Concerns Vs. Monied Interests?: The Role Of Agenda Setting In Homeland Security, 2021 Rider University
Security Concerns Vs. Monied Interests?: The Role Of Agenda Setting In Homeland Security, Andrew Christopher Ziegler
Hatfield Graduate Journal of Public Affairs
This paper applies public policy concepts such as agenda setting, resource allocation, lobbying, and campaign rhetoric to the field of homeland security. The analysis examines the allocation of resources among the U.S. federal government’s five broad homeland security priorities during the fiscal years of 2012-2017. An overemphasis on border security has led to a disproportionate allocation of resources among these various priorities. The uneven distribution is the summation of electoral ambitions, campaign contributions, and corporate lobbying. This analysis highlights the negative consequences that are a direct result of an unbalanced allotment, cumulating in a slow and uncoordinated federal ...
To New Geographies: Implementing U.S. Department Of Energy Order 151.1d, Comprehensive Emergency Management System, 2021 SIT Graduate Institute/SIT Study Abroad
To New Geographies: Implementing U.S. Department Of Energy Order 151.1d, Comprehensive Emergency Management System, Eric B. Sussman
Emergency Management programs at National Nuclear Security Administration facilities are governed by federal policy directive Department of Energy Order 151.1D, Comprehensive Emergency Management System. The prescriptions within the Order are often at odds with industry-standard frameworks and vocabularies established by the Department of Homeland Security. Boleman and Deal’s Four Frame Model offers the tenets of the Political, Structural, Human Resource, and Symbolic lens perspectives to clarify the nature of disparate programs precipitant from disparate agency policies. This project utilizes a Phenomenological Interpretivist Framework for qualitative research to triangulate data across textual analyses, public perception, and practitioner experience, thus ...
Uri And Its Students: A Contract For The Provision Of A Safe Environment, Danielle Joan Beatrice
Senior Honors Projects
DANIELLE BEATRICE (English; Philosophy; Business) URI and Its Students: A Contract for the Provision of a Safe Environment
Sponsor: Judith Swift (Communication Studies, Coastal Institute)
When students begin to attend college, they expect to be consumed with busy schedules, heavy workloads, and an exciting social life. Students do not anticipate being in dangerous situations. However, this does not mean that such situations do not occur. Therefore, it is essential to teach students to be active participants in educating themselves and their peers regarding prevention and response to emergency situations. My Honors Project aims to increase the awareness of safety-related issues ...
Amber Alert System: An Analysis On How Access To Technology Has Affected Effectiveness, 2021 San Jose State University
Amber Alert System: An Analysis On How Access To Technology Has Affected Effectiveness, Elizabeth Balcom
This research was conducted to examine whether the introduction of Wireless Electronic Alerts (WEAs) to the AMBER Alert system in 2012 has impacted the effectiveness of the system from 2009 to 2019.
Social Worker’S Adjustment And Perception When Dealing With Double-Exposure During A Natural Disaster, 2021 California State University, San Bernardino
Social Worker’S Adjustment And Perception When Dealing With Double-Exposure During A Natural Disaster, Magaly Santos
Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations
Limited research captures the perceptions and adjustments of social workers living and providing treatment in the same communities during a disaster. Few studies have captured the stressors and responsibilities put on social workers during an ongoing disaster. This paper reports the findings of the double-exposure captured using a qualitative approach in collecting interviews from nine mental health professionals who continued working during the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. A constructivist paradigm was used to capture each participant’s reality. Participants described the sudden change to remote work as difficult when having to find the balance between work and life demands ...
Studying Successful Ageing: A Showcase Of The Singapore Life Panel, 2021 Singapore Management University
Studying Successful Ageing: A Showcase Of The Singapore Life Panel, Jee Yuen Yew, Jia Wei Gwee, Anirudh Srivathsan
ROSA Research Briefs
In this special issue of the ROSA Research Brief Series, we showcase two aspects of the work being done at the Centre for Research on Successful Ageing (ROSA). Firstly, we showcase the capabilities of the Singapore Life Panel (SLP) and the data that the SLP is able to obtain and measure on a monthly basis. Secondly, we showcase the amazing work of the SGUnited Traineeship Programme’s Research Assistants at ROSA who have proven themselves to be incredible assets in helping further ROSA’s aims of enabling successful ageing in Singapore. ROSA aims to measure well-being among older adults holistically ...
Factors In Disaster Response In Mexico, Central America, And The Caribbean, 2021 University of Mississippi
Factors In Disaster Response In Mexico, Central America, And The Caribbean, Ashleigh Daugherty
This research examines the impacts that existing factors can have on the outcome of natural disasters. In order to study this question more thoroughly than previous research, this paper conducts a small n study on the Middle America region through case studies in Mexico, El Salvador, and Haiti. Each of these case studies are evaluated by their outcomes of severe earthquakes and the conditions in which these earthquakes occurred. These conditions being: their economies, governances, and pre-existing natural disaster plans. The analysis of these indicators attempts to understand why certain countries perform better in natural disasters compared to others. In ...
Emergency Alert Regarding A Social Media Threat, 2021 The University of Maine
Emergency Alert Regarding A Social Media Threat, University Of Maine Police Department
General University of Maine Publications
Example of emergency alert notifications sent to all UMaine students and staff regarding an alleged threat made via social media impacting the University of Maine campus. Also attached, a screen-capture of the UMaine web home page displaying the emergency notification.
The Evacuation Behaviors And Risk Perceptions Of College Students In Coastal Communities, 2021 Old Dominion University
The Evacuation Behaviors And Risk Perceptions Of College Students In Coastal Communities, Saige Hill, Wie Yusuf
College of Business (Strome) Posters
Effective emergency management saves lives. The role of an emergency manager is to implement policies and practices to ensure disaster preparedness, mitigation, response, and recovery to promote community resilience; however, there are many factors that may hinder goal achievement. The False Alarm and Desensitization Model explores this concept by illustrating how evacuation behaviors and risk perceptions are influenced by individual experiences. Specifically, the Model demonstrates how disaster event false alarms and desensitization decrease the likelihood of adequate response during subsequent events.
False alarms and desensitization impede disaster preparation and perpetuate community vulnerability. This research highlights the false alarm theory of ...
Information Communication Technology And Emergency Management Communication: Lessons From The 2020 ‘Hurricane-Pandemic’ Wave, Ren-Neasha Blake, Juita-Elena (Wie) Yusuf
College of Business (Strome) Posters
The coronavirus pandemic [COVID-19] forged new roles, dynamics, and systems across the public administration and policy domain. The hurricane season approached just a few months after the COVID-19 outbreak and necessitated swift emergency management response. The usual planning for the hurricane season grappled with pandemic threats, clouds of fear, and the urgent need for reconfigured strategies. Policy practitioners, academicians, and non-government officials convened to construct and deconstruct cross-sector plans for navigating the hurricane-pandemic wave. These tweaked strategies were necessary for coastal communities like Hampton Roads that are prone to extreme weather events. Information communication technology (ICT) was at the forefront ...
Resident Safety During Disasters: Response To The Covid-19 Pandemic In Hampton Roads Area Nursing Homes, 2021 Old Dominion University
Resident Safety During Disasters: Response To The Covid-19 Pandemic In Hampton Roads Area Nursing Homes, Tihara Richardson
College of Business (Strome) Posters
The communal nature of long-term care facilities (LTCFs), and the population served which includes older adults often with underlying medical conditions, put those living in LTCFs at increased risk of infection and severe illness from COVID-19. The COVID-19 pandemic has further illuminated gaps in LTCFs disaster preparedness as they have lacked the resources necessary to contain the outbreak, including tests and personal protective equipment, and underpaid and undertrained staff. The purpose of this research is to examine resident safety in nursing homes within the Hampton Roads region during the COVID-19 pandemic. This study seeks to examine the association between nursing ...
Leadership In Collaborative Emergency Management And Resilience, 2021 Old Dominion University
Leadership In Collaborative Emergency Management And Resilience, Norah Alshayhan, Juita-Elena (Wie) Yusuf
College of Business (Strome) Posters
Emergency management and resilience are key concepts and functions that are vital for mitigating risks of hazards and reducing the impacts of disasters. Public sector leaders within the emergency management and resilience domains play a critical role in leading the organization and its staff and partners in achieving these goals of risk mitigation and disaster impact reduction. This research investigates the skills and competencies that emergency management and resilience leaders need to be successful in collaborations to deal with emergencies and disasters today and in a post-COVID world. The study will employ a postpositivist case study design using interviews as ...
Government Management Capacities And The Containment Of Covid-19: A Repeated Cross-Sectional Study Across Chinese Cities, Wenchao Li, Jing Li, Junjian Yi
Research Collection School Of Economics
Objectives: Better understanding of the dynamics of the COVID-19 (2019 novel coronavirus disease) pandemic to curb its spread is now a global imperative. While travel restrictions and control measures have been shown to limit the spread of the disease, the effectiveness of the enforcement of those measures should depend on the strength of the government. Whether, and how, the government plays a role in fighting the disease, however, has not been investigated. Here, we show that government management capacities are critical to the containment of the disease. Setting: We conducted a statistical analysis based on cross-city comparisons within China. China ...
Assessing And Mitigating Risk For Applied Behavior Analysis Providers During A Pandemic, 2021 Michigan State University
Assessing And Mitigating Risk For Applied Behavior Analysis Providers During A Pandemic, Joshua B. Plavnick Phd, Krista Clancy, Sharon Milberger
Developmental Disabilities Network Journal
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted the extent to which human service providers can safely deliver close-contact therapies in which social distancing cannot occur. Applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is one such example, with the pandemic creating several barriers to safely delivering this essential service. The present paper describes the development and administration of a risk assessment and mitigation toolkit that was designed for ABA providers to make decisions about how to identify and mitigate risk in delivering therapeutic services to children with ASD. The toolkit includes considerations for clients, other household members ...
Coronavirus Updates, 2021 University of North Florida
Coronavirus Updates, Unf Emergency Management
UNF COVID-19 Response
Campus Coronavirus Updates for March 10, 2021
Odu Researchers Lead Local Resilience Partnership Aimed At Helping Displaced Vulnerable Populations During Disaster Events, News @ Odu
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Jack Voltaic 3.0 Cyber Research Report, 2021 Army Cyber Institute
Jack Voltaic 3.0 Cyber Research Report, Erica Mitchell, Douglas Fletcher, Erik Korn, Steven Whitham, Jason Hillman, Ron Yearwood, Clint Walker, Aryn Pyke, Gabriel Weaver, Brandon Pugh, Katherine Hutton, George Platsis, Timothy Klett, Ryan Hruska
ACI Technical Reports
The Jack Voltaic (JV) Cyber Research project is an innovative, bottom-up approach to critical infrastructure resilience that informs our understanding of existing cybersecurity capabilities and identifies gaps. JV 3.0 contributed to a repeatable framework cities and municipalities nationwide can use to prepare. This report on JV 3.0 provides findings and recommendations for the military, federal agencies, and policy makers.