International Journal of Disaster Management

International Journal of Disaster Management (IJDM) is the first international journal that addresses the issues related to the science and/or application of advanced as well as indigenous knowledge to minimize the potential impact of a threat or warning caused by natural or man-made disasters in a way to reduce the exposure of human activities to risks. IJDM is a journal for researchers, practitioners and policy makers from various disciplines to publish the knowledge advancement on the dynamic relationship between human and disaster, as well as the strategies and technology applied in different elements of the disaster management cycle, including in the response, recovery, reconstruction, prevention, mitigation and preparedness.

Vol 1, No 1 (2017): International Journal of Disaster Management

Table of Contents

Articles

Euis Sunarti, Hadi Sumarno, Dadang Rahmat Nugraha, Intan Islamia
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1-7
Munirwansyah Munirwansyah, Reza Pahlevi Munirwan
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8-19
Ella Meilianda, Safrida Safrida, Yulia Yulia Direzkia
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20-34
Azmeri Azmeri, Cut Mutiawati, Nafisah Al-Huda, Hilda Mufiaty
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35-45
Ibnu Rusydy, Khaizal Jamaluddin, Eldina Fatimah, Syafrizal Syafrizal, Fauzi Andika, Yoshinori Furumoto
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46-54