Since disasters can’t be disasters unless humans are involved, it’s important to spend some time focusing on how humans behave relative to disasters. As you get through the lectures and readings, you’ll find that many of the old stereotypes about human behavior in disasters have been found by sociologists to be unsupported upon critical examination. What can emergency public health planners incorporate from what sociologists have shown to be typical human behavior in disasters, in order to enhance the affected population’s post-disaster health outcome? Given what you have learned to date, do you think we do a good job of utilizing research findings when designing governmental and non-governmental disaster response and recovery programs? Why or why not? Provide some examples, if possible.
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