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Gender inequality, vulnerability and disaster: gender issues in theory and research

Robert Bolin, Martina Jackson and Allison Crist, 1998. 17 pp. Chapter 2 in Enarson and Morrow (eds.) The Gendered Terrian of Disaster. A theoretical examination of differences in approach to gender and disaster vulnerability in developing and affluent nations. The authors make the case for a more holistic and global approach with gender and development patterns at the heart of disaster vulnerability. 

Key words: Research, gender analysis, development