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Research from UNT Faculty
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Assistant Professor, Public Administration
Expertise: sustainable hazard mitigation; and disaster response and rebuilding
Associate Professor, Economics
Expertise: economic development; impact assessment; transportation systems; and housing
Associate Dean, Associate Professor, Sociology
Expertise: evacuation; housing; long term recovery; and social impacts
Book Chapter: "Chapter 4: Social Class" in Social vulnerability to disasters
Edited by Brenda D. Phillips, Deborah S.K. Thomas, Alice Fothergill, ... [et al.]. Chapter written by Nicole Dash, Brenda McCoy and Alison Herring. Boca Raton (Fla.) : CRC Press, 2010.
Book Chapter: "Chapter 5: Race" in Social vulnerability to disasters
Edited by Brenda D. Phillips, Deborah S.K. Thomas, Alice Fothergill, ... [et al.]. Chapter written by Nicole Dash. Boca Raton (Fla.) : CRC Press, 2010.
Book Chapter: "The Use of Geographic Information Systems in Disaster Research" in Methods of disaster research
Edited by Robert A. Stallings, International Research Committee on Disasters. Chapter written by Nicole Dash. Philadelphia: Xlibris, ©2002.
Book Chapter: "And the Poor Get Poorer: a Neglected Black Community" in Hurricane Andrew: ethnicity, gender, and the sociology of disasters
Edited by Walter Gillis Peacock, Betty Hearn Morrow, and Hugh Gladwin. Chapter written by Nicole Dash, Walter Gillis Peacock, and Betty Hearn Morrow. New York : Routledge, 1997.
Assistant Professor, Geography
Expertise: remote sensing and geographic information systems
Professor, Rehabilitation, Social Work and Addictions
Expertise: community rehabilitation and diversity issues in human service
Associate Professor, Information Technology & Decision Sciences
Expertise: supply chain networks; and operations research
Professor, Emergency Administration and Planning
Expertise: emergency management theory; international disasters; and security
Book: Building terrorism resistant communities: together against terrorism
edited by Sıddık Ekici ... [et al., including David A. McEntire]. Amsterdam ; Washington, DC : IOS Press, 2009.
Book: Comparative emergency management
Compiled, edited and written in part by David A. McEntire. Online from the Emergency Management Institute of the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA). [2009?].
Report: Images of Disasters in Film and Media
By David A. McEntire. A discussion and course description related to a course in an emergency administration and planning program. [2008?].
Book Chapter: "Chapter 2. Rising Disasters and Their Reversal" in Disaster management handbook
Edited by Jack Pinkowski. Chapter written by Raymond Misomali and David McEntire. Boca Raton (Fla.) : CRC Press, 2008.
Report: Emergency Management: Definition, Vision, Mission, Principles
By Federal Emergency Management Administration's Emergency Management Higher Education Project Working Group to Define Principles of Emergency Management [including David A. McEntire]. 2007.
Book Chapter: "Chapter. 32. Reassessing FEMA and its Role in Preparing the Nation: Recommendations to Respond Effectively to Disasters" in Understanding and responding to terrorism
Edited by Huseyin Durmaz, Bilal Sevinc, Ahmet Sait Yayla and Siddik Ekici. Chapter written by Siddik Ekici and David A. McEntire. Amsterdam, Netherlands ; Washington, DC : IOS Press, 2007.
Book: Disaster preparedness
By David A. McEntire, Amy Myers, and International City/County Management Association. Washington, DC: ICMA, 2003.
Book: Managing the threat of terrorism
By David A. McEntire, Robie Jack Robinson, Richard T. Weber. Washington, DC: ICMA, 2002.
Associate Professor, Department of Marketing & Logistics
Expertise: marketing and logistics
Regents Professor, Information Technology & Decision Sciences
Expertise: information systems measurement; quality control; and risk assessment
Associate Professor, Communication Studies
Expertise: disaster- and crisis-related communication