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A Preliminary Study of Community Disaster Prevention Education: Disaster Areas of Debris Flow
Community Disaster Prevention Education;Disaster Resistant Community;Debris Flow;Hazardous Areas;Disaster Prevention and Rescue
|Issue Date: ||2015-06-08T07:45:49Z
In order to increase residents' knowledge on disasters, experts and communities should work as a group in planning and practicing evacuation drills-the participation of every person should be stressed. As for the technical perception, residents should be able to integrate the resources in the community. Additional to improving the environment, residents should be able to run disaster-preventing campaigns and drills for refuge seeking and evacuation. Pitifully, not only has professional training regarding disaster-prevention proven to be insufficient in our nation, the drills are not carried out thoroughly either, thus fomenting serious inefficiency in the Community Disaster Prevention Education. Other than the above, many more uncertainties prevent the promotion of domestic Community Disaster Prevention Education. Chief among them are variant political environment, the fact that governmental departments may neither know nor understand the existence and relevance of such project, the unstable acquisition of academic resources and budget for equipment, the dissensions between local communities, failure to coalesce the massive and diverse of every individual community, etc. The policies of promoting Disaster Prevention Education should be the following. They should walk side in side with the community industrial activities and be transformed to establish the sense of security of the communities for the sake of disaster prevention. They should also train community seed leaders to heighten the awareness of risk factors in the communities. Also, communities should give proposals of their own, and integrate and make good use of all resources. The government and professional teams play assisting roles to propel the organization as well as the staff to work effectively by themselves. The community should group the community disaster-preventing organization, allocate missions and train the staff in a way featuring softness, publicity to reach the goal of centripetal cohesion. The establishment of learning disaster-preventing patterns centering on humankind should be one part of eternal enterprise by going beyond the centerpiece of scenery creation and property making of the communities.
|Relation: ||環境與世界, 15: 99-128|
|Appears in Collections:||[地理學系] 期刊論文|
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