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In the Non-Technocratic Reality of Being Existentially (and not Imaginarily) in the World: Some Implications of Continued Adherence to the End-to-End (E2E) Model of Disaster Management

Pierce, Gregory LU (2013) International Conference on Climate Change, Water Resources and Disasters in Mountainous Regions: Building Resilience to Changing Climate
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cultural models, disaster management, existential-phenomenology, end-to-end system, distributional inequalities
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International Conference on Climate Change, Water Resources and Disasters in Mountainous Regions: Building Resilience to Changing Climate
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  author       = {Pierce, Gregory},
  keyword      = {cultural models,disaster management,existential-phenomenology,end-to-end system,distributional inequalities},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {In the Non-Technocratic Reality of Being Existentially (and not Imaginarily) in the World: Some Implications of Continued Adherence to the End-to-End (E2E) Model of Disaster Management},
  year         = {2013},
}