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More interesting is how these plans are implemented. A recent example of this was evident in the heated controversy among disaster managers over the place of volunteers and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) in disaster management. The controversy arose in respect to wildﬁres that were raging in the United States, but touched on a sensitive nerve that reﬂected these agencies’ territorial imperatives. ’’ Copyright 2004 by Marcel Dekker, Inc. All Rights Reserved. The other side of the coin is the restrictions placed on disaster managers by their organizations’ internal administrative practices that aﬀect both decision making and performance.
S. federal programs that have renewed the eﬀorts to bring disaster management down to the community level (Drabek 1986; FEMA 2000; LACDE 2000). These eﬀorts have built their assumptions on the fact that at the community level policy decisions are already built into the social structure. ) The other side of the coin, however, is that certain types of communitybased disasters require external intervention that is only available through FIGURE 3 Characteristics of community model for community disaster management.
These portrayals have— despite their ﬁctitious nature—persisted even until today. For example, the following is the reaction of a disaster manager in a recent newspaper article: The scientiﬁc research over the last forty years or so is unambiguous: panic is rare, very much less common than it’s supposed or than it’s depicted in ﬁction. So why, in the face of all the evidence, does the imagined threat of panic command such loyalty? In disaster movies and other ﬁction there’s an easy, technical explanation available: Vivid physical behavior.