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Hurricane Katrina Research Bibliography

by Zachary Zinn last modified 2010-10-21 14:52

Created and maintained by Lori Peek, Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at Colorado State University, the Hurricane Katrina Research Bibliography is available in PDF format and updated monthly. It includes reference information for reports, journal articles, book chapters, and books that explore the human effects of Hurricane Katrina. Citations are organized according to the following subject areas: children and schools; displaced persons; economic effects and employment; elderly; emergency preparedness and response; environmental effects; evacuation; gender; health and health care; housing; media; post-disaster recovery; race and class; and research methods. The bibliography also includes authored books that discuss Katrina in general, edited books that cover a range of subjects related to the storm, special issues of scholarly journals, documentary films, and websites dedicated to Katrina.

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