A more 'human' human security: The importance of existential security in resilient communities

Cameron, R 2014, 'A more 'human' human security: The importance of existential security in resilient communities' in Christopher Hobson, Paul Bacon and Robin Cameron (ed.) Human Security and Natural Disasters, Routledge, United Kingdom, pp. 158-180.


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Title A more 'human' human security: The importance of existential security in resilient communities
Author(s) Cameron, R
Year 2014
Title of book Human Security and Natural Disasters
Publisher Routledge
Place of publication United Kingdom
Editor(s) Christopher Hobson, Paul Bacon and Robin Cameron
Start page 158
End page 180
Subjects International Relations
Environmental Sociology
Natural Hazards
Summary This chapter offers a revision of human security that can formulate how to prepare for, respond to and recover from natural disasters.
Copyright notice © 2014 selection and editorial material, Editors; individual chapters, contributors
Keyword(s) Human Security
Natural Disasters
Security
Resilience
ISBN 9780415737999
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