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Publications:
Connecting Aesthetic Judgment and Situational Awareness: Multimodal Decision Making on the Fireground

This paper connects the practice of artists to the practice of firefighters through recognising the importance of non verbal, aesthetic judgments in making time-pressured decisions.

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An Interdisciplinary Approach to Disaster Management, Incorporating Economics and Social Psychology

An interdisciplinary approach to disaster management incorporating social psychology and economics

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Flooding in Bangladesh and Australia: Applying an Interdisciplinary Model

A disaster management comparative analysis of rural community flood preparedness and resilience in Bangladesh and Australia, including psychosocial and disaster economic dimensions.

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Balancing Connections: The Fulcrum of Art and Aesthetics at Work

This is a case study exploring aesthetic connections between the risk perception, decision making and somatic forms of awareness of emergency responders and artist practitioners.

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Evidence of Adaptation to Flooding from Three Regions in Bangladesh: A Multidisciplinary Study

Officials and villagers from flood-prone regions in Bangladesh were asked about the economic, political, and social life of their village with an emphasis on coping with flooding and disaster management.

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Published online: July 6, 2015

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Connecting in Multiple Non-linear Ways: Aesthetic Awareness on the Fireground

Emergency service practitioners see in "black and white" and act immediately, paradoxically relying on an aesthetic framework which reflects that of an artist.

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Published Online September 1, 2016

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Flooding in Bangladesh: An In-Depth Analysis of Community Disaster Resilience Applying the “Production Model”

The "production model" clearly demonstrates the potential for building community resilience through increasing state disaster prevention activities while illustrating that the community contribution is already strained.

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