Social and technological aspects of disaster resilience

Luisa Giuliani, Alexandra Revez, Jorgen Sparf, Suranga Jayasena, Michael Havbro Faber

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Abstract

Large scale projects tasked with designing infrastructures and urban networks resilient to disasters face a common challenge, i.e. the need to address concomitant technological issues and social problems. What is more, conflicting technologies and the diverse philosophical underpinnings of distinct academic disciplines pose difficulties in the collaboration among experts of different fields. These difficulties and possible ways to tackle them have been highlighted by a questionnaire developed in the framework of an EU project named ANDROID (Academic Network for Disaster Resilience to Optimize Educational Development). More specifically, the project investigated the level of interdisciplinary work in current research and educational projects within the field of disaster resilience. Findings illustrate the number and types of disciplines involved in disaster resilience projects and suggest that a higher degree of integration between different disciplines in tertiary education could promote a transdisciplinary approach to disaster resilience, resulting in design efficiency and innovation.
Original languageEnglish
JournalInternational Journal of Strategic Property Management
Volume20
Issue number3
Pages (from-to)277-290
ISSN1648-715X
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Keywords

  • Disaster resilience
  • ANDROID project
  • Interdisciplinary
  • Transdisciplinary
  • Education

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