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Research Committee on Sociology of Disasters RC39

Established in 1986

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Board 2015-2018
President
Lori PEEK, Colorado State University, USA, lori.peek@colostate.edu
Vice-President
Sudha ARLIKATTI, University of North Texas, USA
Secretary/Treasurer
William LOVEKAMP, Eastern Illinois University, USA, ircdsecretary@gmail.com
Board members
Joseph TRAINOR, University of Delaware, USA, jtrainor@udel.edu
Dewald VAN NIEKERK, North-West University, South Africa, dewald.vanniekerk@nwu.ac.za

Jesús MACIAS, Center for Research and Advanced Studies in Social Anthropology, Mexico, macserr@att.net.mx
Newsletter editors
Lori PEEK, Colorado State University, USA, lori.peek@colostate.edu
Elke WEESJES, University of Colorado, USA, elke.weesjes@colorado.edu

Past President
Walter Gillis PEACOCK, Texas A&M University, USA

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ISA Third Forum of Sociology

Publications
International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disaster, an official journal of RC39. It is concerned with the social and behavioral aspects of relatively sudden collective stress situations typically referred to as disasters or mass emergencies.
For information contact ircdsecretary@gmail.com

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Unscheduled Events. RC39 on-line newsletter.

-PDF file December 2014

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2015-01-20
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