The Scale of the Great Sichuan Earthquake Prompted the Chinese
The scale of the Great Sichuan Earthquake prompted the Chinese government to
A) dispose of the bodies with little ceremony.
B) create forensic identification policies.
C) better utilize the Internet to locate loved ones.
D) institute local debriefings.
After Hurricane Katrina in 2005, a Senate investigation reported a failure of government at all levels to plan, prepare for and
A) involve media in a timely fashion.
B) respond aggressively to the storm.
C) locate the dead.
D) provide for companion animals.
In the wake of a disaster, the survivors may experience a/an ________ marked by a profound sense of emptiness and despair.
A) existential crisis
B) restoration drive
C) community candlelight vigil
D) bureaucratic delay
Among the first steps to be taken in responding to a disaster are a set of core actions collectively defined as
B) hurricane relief.
D) psychological first aid.