Preliminary Papers

Item - Title

01-02P Analyzing Interrater Agreement With and Without Disattenuation. Michael Lindell, College Station, TX, HRRC, Texas A&M University 2001.

01-01P Assessing Community Impacts of Environmental Disasters, Michael K. Lindell and Carla S. Prater. College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 2001. (Now available as Article 02-03A)

98-06P Citizen Participation, Social Support, and Disaster Preparedness Planning: Promoting Self Protective Action in Risk-Prone Environments, David M. Simpson and Sandra E. Sephton, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1998.

98-04P Neighborhood Building through Disaster Preparedness, David M. Simpson, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1998.

98-03P Comparing Community-based Disaster Preparedness Programs: An Initial Examination of Program Structure and Administration, David M. Simpson, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1998.

98-02P Developing a Rationale for Grass Roots Disaster Preparedness, David M. Simpson, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1998.

98- 01P The Research Context of Community-based Disaster Preparedness Groups: A Review of Related Literature, David M. Simpson, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1998.

97-02P Member Commitment and Participation in Local Emergency Planning Committees, David J. Whitney and Michael K. Lindell, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1997.

97-01P Comparison of the Volunteer Behavior During the Mexico City and Northridge Earthquakes, Gabriela Vigo and Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1997. (Now available as Article 00-04A)

96-02P Feedback Report: Team Climate within Effective LEPCs, M. K. Lindell, D. Whitney, C. Futch and C. Clause, Washington DC: George Washington University Institute for Crisis and Disaster Management, 1996.

96-01P Member Commitment and Participation in Local Emergency Planning Committees, David J. Whitney and Michael K. Lindell, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1997.

95-02P Feedback Report: Organizational Characteristics of Effective LEPCs, M. K. Lindell, D. Whitney, C. Futch and C. Clause, East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Department of Psychology, 1995.

95-01P Application of Pattern Recognition to Damage Localization, Norris Stubbs and Gabe Garcia, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1995.

94-03P Reducing Natural Hazard Risks through Land Use Planning and Growth Management: Federal and State Policy Experience, Philip R. Berke, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1994.

94-02P Sustainable Development as a Guide to Community Land Use Policy: A Conceptual Framework, Philip R. Berke and Jack Kartez, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1994.

94-01P Evacuation Behavior Among Tenants of the World Trade Center Following the Bombing of February 26, 1993, Dennis Wenger, Benigno Aguirre, and Gabriela Vigo, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1994.

93-03P LEPC Roles in Toxic Hazards Reduction: Implementing Title III's Unwritten Goals, Jack D. Kartez, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1993. ($12.30)

93-02P Watches and Warnings and the Epidemiological Effects of Tornadoes, B. E. Aguirre, Rogelio Saenz, John Edmiston, Nan Yang, Elsa Agramonte, and Dietra L. Stuart, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1993.

93-01P Detecting Tornadoes: A Spurious Population Effect?, B. E. Aguirre, Rogelio Saenz, John Edmiston, Nan Yang, Dietra Stuart, and Elsa Agramonte, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1993.

92-04P Economies of Expertise: Emergency Preparedness, Community Planning and Comprehensive Hazards Management, C. Faupel, J. Kartez and C. Bailey, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1992.

92-03P The Influence of State Planning Mandates On Local Plan Quality, Philip Berke and Steve French, College Station, TX, HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1992.

92-02P Preserving People-Place Relationships: Attitudes Toward Historic Charleston Following Hurricane Hugo, Mark Lam & Daniel F. MacGilvray, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1992.

92-01P Emergent and Volunteer Behavior During Disaster: Research Findings and Planning Implications, Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC Texas A&M University, 1992.

91-07P A Study of Local Mass Media Coverage of Two Disasters in the United States, E. L. Quarantelli and Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1991.

91-06P Black Political Empowerment and White Environmental Activism in Sumter County, Alabama: Obstacles to Formation of a Natural Alliance, Conner Bailey, Charles Faupel and James Gundlach, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1991.

91-05P Disaster Education, Household Preparedness and Stress Responses to Hurricane Hugo, Charles E. Faupel, Susan P. Kelley and Thomas A. Petee, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1991.

91-03P Establishing Functional Requirements for Emergency Management Information Systems, J. H. Reed, George Rogers, and J. Sorensen, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1991.

91-02P Emergent and Volunteer Behavior During Disaster: Research Findings and Planning Implications, Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC Texas A&M University, 1992.

91-01P Early LEPC Support for Hazard Reduction: A Policy Perspective on Title III's Unwritten Goals, Jack D. Kartez, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1991.

90-06P Hazardous Wastes and the Legitimacy Crisis of Advanced Capitalism, Charles Faupel, Conner Bailey and Susan Holland, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1990.

90-05P The Impact of Disaster Education on Citizen Preparedness for Hurricane Hugo, Charles Faupel, Susan Kelly and Thomas Petee, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1990.

90-04P Household Recovery Following Hurricane Gilbert: St. James and St. Thomas Parishes, Jamaica, Philip R. Berke, Timothy Beatley and Clarence E. Feagin, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1991.

90-03 The Convergence of Volunteers in a Consensus Crisis: The Case of the 1985 Mexico City Earthquake, Dennis Wenger and Thomas James, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1990.

90-02P Natural Hazards Reduction and Recovery: Use of the Public Goods Perspective as a Framework of Analysis, Philip Berke and Swaroop Reddy, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1990.

90-01P Emergency Response, Planning and Search and Rescue, Charlie Scawthorn and Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1990.

89-04P Emergency Preparedness and Response Planning: An Overview of Seismic Policy Related Issues (DRC Preliminary Paper #121), Dennis Wenger and Thomas Drabek, Texas A&M University, 1989.

89-03P The Effects of Hurricane Gilbert in Cancun, B. E. Aguirre, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1989.

89-02P Warnings, B. E. Aguirre, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1989.

89-01P The Study of Volunteer and Emergent Organizational Response: Approaches and Issues for Future Research, Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1989.

88-01P A Comparative Study of Mass Media Organization in Disaster: An Empirical Examination of Some Recent Observation in the Literature, Dennis Wenger and Barbara Friedman, Newark, DE: Disaster Research Center, 1988.

85-01P Mass Media and Disasters, Dennis Wenger, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1985.

77-01P The Development of Propositional Inventories in the Social Sciences: Methodological Considerations, B. E. Aguirre, College Station, TX: HRRC, Texas A&M University, 1977.