Man-made Disasters

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Butterworth-Heinemann, 1 de jan de 1997 - 250 páginas
Originally published in 1978, and with the working sub-title 'The Failure of Foresight', this was the first book to suggest the possibility of systematically looking at the causes of a wide range of disasters. It still provides a theoretical basis for studying the origins of man-made disasters, bringing together relevant work based on a study of inquiries into accidents and disasters in Britain over an eleven-year period.

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The origins of disaster
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culture politics and organizational
169
List of 84 accident and disaster reports published
196
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Barry Turner is the editor of "The Statesman's Yearbook," He has been a full-time writer for twenty years and has worked as a journalist and broadcaster in the fields of politics, biography, travel, and education. He holds a Ph.D. in political history.

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