Political subculture : a resilience modifier
Hunter, Gordon S.
Clovis, Samuel H.
Fernandez, Lauren S.
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author proposes to use analysis of disaster case studies from three representative communities-each highlighting one of Dr. Elazar's three subcultures of Traditional, Individual and Moral-to determine whether pre-evaluated resilience values and predicted response to disaster coincide with actual event outcomes. By using the Social Vulnerability Index values as a baseline metric for a quantifiable measure of resilience, the author found that political subculture does alter the predicted outcome and should be further researched as a potential modifier of planned resilience and response.
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