The Academic Perspective Procedia publishes Academic Platform symposiums papers as three volumes in a year. DOI number is given to all of our papers.
Publisher : Academic Perspective
Journal DOI : 10.33793/acperpro
Journal eISSN : 2667-5862
Adedeji, T. J., Proverbs, D. G., Xiao, H., & Oladokun, V. O. (2018). Towards a conceptual framework for property level flood resilience. International journal of safety and security engineering, 8(4), 493-504.
Adelekan, I. O., & Asiyanbi, A. P. (2016). Flood risk perception in flood-affected communities in Lagos, Nigeria. Natural Hazards, 80(1), 445-469.
Aerts, J. C., Botzen, W. J., Clarke, K. C., Cutter, S. L., Hall, J. W., Merz, B., & Kunreuther, H. (2018). Integrating human behaviour dynamics into flood disaster risk assessment. Nature Climate Change, 8(3), 193-199.
Ahmad, D., & Afzal, M. (2020). Flood hazards and factors influencing household flood perception and mitigation strategies in Pakistan. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-13.
Appleby-Arnold, S., Brockdorff, N., Jakovljev, I., & Zdravković, S. (2018). Applying cultural values to encourage disaster preparedness: Lessons from a low-hazard country. International journal of disaster risk reduction, 31, 37-44.
Ardaya, A. B., Evers, M., & Ribbe, L. (2017). What influences disaster risk perception? Intervention measures, flood and landslide risk perception of the population living in flood risk areas in Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil. International journal of disaster risk reduction, 25, 227-237.
Atreya, A., Ferreira, S., & Michel-Kerjan, E. (2015). What drives households to buy flood insurance? New evidence from Georgia. Ecological Economics, 117, 153-161.
Babcicky, P., & Seebauer, S. (2017). The two faces of social capital in private flood mitigation: opposing effects on risk perception, self-efficacy and coping capacity. Journal of Risk Research, 20(8), 1017-1037.
Babcicky, P., & Seebauer, S. (2019). Unpacking Protection Motivation Theory: evidence for a separate protective and non-protective route in private flood mitigation behavior. Journal of risk research, 22(12), 1503-1521.
Bamberg, S., Masson, T., Brewitt, K., & Nemetschek, N. (2017). Threat, coping and flood prevention–A meta-analysis. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 54, 116-126.
Bodoque, J. M., Amérigo, M., Díez-Herrero, A., García, J. A., Cortés, B., Ballesteros-Cánovas, J. A., & Olcina, J. (2016). Improvement of resilience of urban areas by integrating social perception in flash-flood risk management. Journal of Hydrology, 541, 665-676.
Bonaiuto, M., Alves, S., De Dominicis, S., & Petruccelli, I. (2016). Place attachment and natural hazard risk: Research review and agenda. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 48, 33-53.
Brody, S. D., Highfield, W. E., Wilson, M., Lindell, M. K., & Blessing, R. (2017). Understanding the motivations of coastal residents to voluntarily purchase federal flood insurance. Journal of Risk Research, 20(6), 760-775.
Cvetković, V. M. (2016). Fear and floods in Serbia: Citizens preparedness for responding to natural disaster. Zbornik Matice srpske za drustvene nauke, (155-156), 303-324.
Cvetković, V. M., Roder, G., Öcal, A., Tarolli, P., & Dragićević, S. (2018). The role of gender in preparedness and response behaviors towards flood risk in Serbia. International journal of environmental research and public health, 15(12), 2761.
Dandy, J., Horwitz, P., Campbell, R., Drake, D., & Leviston, Z. (2019). Leaving home: place attachment and decisions to move in the face of environmental change. Regional environmental change, 19(2), 615-620.
De Boer, J., Wouter Botzen, W. J., & Terpstra, T. (2015). More than fear induction: Toward an understanding of people's motivation to be well‐prepared for emergencies in flood‐prone areas. Risk analysis, 35(3), 518-535.
De Dominicis, S., Fornara, F., Cancellieri, U. G., Twigger-Ross, C., & Bonaiuto, M. (2015). We are at risk, and so what? Place attachment, environmental risk perceptions and preventive coping behaviours. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 43, 66-78.
Diakakis, M., Priskos, G., & Skordoulis, M. (2018). Public perception of flood risk in flash flood prone areas of Eastern Mediterranean: The case of Attica Region in Greece. International journal of disaster risk reduction, 28, 404-413.
Drolet, J., Dominelli, L., Alston, M., Ersing, R., Mathbor, G., & Wu, H. (2015). Women rebuilding lives post-disaster: innovative community practices for building resilience and promoting sustainable development. Gender & Development, 23(3), 433-448.
Działek, J., Biernacki, W., Fiedeń, Ł., Listwan-Franczak, K., & Franczak, P. (2016). Universal or context-specific social vulnerability drivers–understanding flood preparedness in southern Poland. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 19, 212-223.
Fox-Rogers, L., Devitt, C., O’Neill, E., Brereton, F., & Clinch, J. P. (2016). Is there really “nothing you can do”? Pathways to enhanced flood-risk preparedness. Journal of Hydrology, 543, 330-343.
Fuchs, S., Karagiorgos, K., Kitikidou, K., Maris, F., Paparrizos, S., & Thaler, T. (2017). Flood risk perception and adaptation capacity: A contribution to the socio-hydrology debate. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 21(6), 3183.
Garde-Hansen, J., McEwen, L., Holmes, A., & Jones, O. (2017). Sustainable flood memory: Remembering as resilience. Memory Studies, 10(4), 384-405.
Graber, R., Pichon, F., & Carabine, E. (2015). Psychological resilience. London: Overseas Development Institute.
Ha Anh, H., Da Hanh, T. M., Thi Tuong Vi, N., & Shunbo, Y. (2018). Examining the interaction of flood vulnerability determinants in Cambodia and Vietnam using partial least squares structural equation modelling. Water Policy, 20(6), 1256-1278.
Hallegatte, S., Bangalore, M., & Vogt-Schilb, A. (2016). Assessing socioeconomic resilience to floods in 90 countries. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, (7663).
He, Z., & Zhai, G. (2015). Spatial effect on public risk perception of natural disaster: a comparative study in East Asia. Journal of Risk Analysis and Crisis Response, 5(3), 161-168.
Hudson, P., Botzen, W. W., & Aerts, J. C. (2019). Flood insurance arrangements in the European Union for future flood risk under climate and socioeconomic change. Global environmental change, 58, 101966.
Hudson, P., Botzen, W. W., Feyen, L., & Aerts, J. C. (2016). Incentivising flood risk adaptation through risk based insurance premiums: Trade-offs between affordability and risk reduction. Ecological Economics, 125, 1-13.
Jones, L., & Tanner, T. (2017). ‘Subjective resilience’: using perceptions to quantify household resilience to climate extremes and disasters. Regional Environmental Change, 17(1), 229-243.
Kamal, A. M., Shamsudduha, M., Ahmed, B., Hassan, S. K., Islam, M. S., Kelman, I., & Fordham, M. (2018). Resilience to flash floods in wetland communities of northeastern Bangladesh. International journal of disaster risk reduction, 31, 478-488.
Khalili, S., Harre, M., & Morley, P. (2015). A temporal framework of social resilience indicators of communities to flood, case studies: Wagga wagga and Kempsey, NSW, Australia. International journal of disaster risk reduction, 13, 248-254.
Khoja, L., Schubert, R., & Joerin, J. (2020). Social Resilience Indicators for Disaster Related Contexts.
Khunwishit, S., Choosuk, C., & Webb, G. (2018). Flood resilience building in Thailand: Assessing progress and the effect of leadership. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 9(1), 44-54.
Koks, E. E., Jongman, B., Husby, T. G., & Botzen, W. J. (2015). Combining hazard, exposure and social vulnerability to provide lessons for flood risk management. Environmental science & policy, 47, 42-52.
Koliou, M., van de Lindt, J. W., McAllister, T. P., Ellingwood, B. R., Dillard, M., & Cutler, H. (2020). State of the research in community resilience: Progress and challenges. Sustainable and resilient infrastructure, 5(3), 131-151.
Kuhlicke, C., Seebauer, S., Hudson, P., Begg, C., Bubeck, P., Dittmer, C., ...& Masson, T. (2020). The behavioral turn in flood risk management, its assumptions and potential implications. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water, 7(3), e14
Laurien, F., & Keating, A. (2019). Evidence from measuring community flood resilience in Asia. Asian Development Bank Economics Working Paper Series, (595).18.
Lazrus, H. (2015). Risk perception and climate adaptation in Tuvalu: A combined cultural theory and traditional knowledge approach. Human organization, 52-61.
Lechowska, E. (2018). What determines flood risk perception? A review of factors of flood risk perception and relations between its basic elements. Natural Hazards, 94(3), 1341-1366.
Liddell, J., & Ferreira, R. J. (2019). Predictors of individual resilience characteristics among individuals ages 65 and older in post-disaster settings. Disaster medicine and public health preparedness, 13(2), 256-264.
Liu, D., Li, Y., Shen, X., Xie, Y., & Zhang, Y. (2018). Flood risk perception of rural households in western mountainous regions of Henan Province, China. International journal of disaster risk reduction, 27, 155-160.
Lo, A. Y., & Chan, F. (2017). Preparing for flooding in England and Wales: the role of risk perception and the social context in driving individual action. Natural hazards, 88(1), 367-387.
Maidl, E., & Buchecker, M. (2015). Raising risk preparedness by flood risk communication. Natural Hazards & Earth System Sciences, 15(7).
McClymont, K., Morrison, D., Beevers, L., & Carmen, E. (2020). Flood resilience: a systematic review. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 63(7), 1151-1176.
McDowell, C. P., Andrade, L., O’Neill, E., O’Malley, K., O’Dwyer, J., & Hynds, P. D. (2020). Gender-related differences in flood risk perception and behaviours among private groundwater users in the Republic of Ireland. International journal of environmental research and public health, 17(6), 2072.
McEwen, L., Garde-Hansen, J., Holmes, A., Jones, O., & Krause, F. (2017). Sustainable flood memories, lay knowledges and the development of community resilience to future flood risk. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 42(1), 14-28.
Mees, H., Crabbé, A., & Driessen, P. P. (2017). Conditions for citizen co-production in a resilient, efficient and legitimate flood risk governance arrangement. A tentative framework. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 19(6), 827-842.
Mees, H., Crabbé, A., Alexander, M., Kaufmann, M., Bruzzone, S., Lévy, L., & Lewandowski, J. (2016a). Coproducing flood risk management through citizen involvement: insights from cross-country comparison in Europe. Ecology and Society, 21(3).
Mees, H., Tempels, B., Crabbé, A., & Boelens, L. (2016b). Shifting public-private responsibilities in Flemish flood risk management. Towards a co-evolutionary approach. Land Use Policy, 57, 23-33.
Moghadas, M., Asadzadeh, A., Vafeidis, A., Fekete, A., & Kötter, T. (2019). A multi-criteria approach for assessing urban flood resilience in Tehran, Iran. International journal of disaster risk reduction, 35, 101069.
Morris, J. C., McNamara, M. W., & Belcher, A. (2019). Building resilience through collaboration between grassroots citizen groups and governments: two case studies. Public Works Management & Policy, 24(1), 50-62.
Nakanishi, H., & Black, J. (2018). Implicit and explicit knowledge in flood evacuations with a case study of Takamatsu, Japan. International journal of disaster risk reduction, 28, 788-797.
Nones, M. (2015). Implementation of the floods directive in selected EU member states. Water and Environment Journal, 29(3), 412-418.
Ntontis, E., Drury, J., Amlôt, R., Rubin, G. J., & Williams, R. (2017). Emergent social identities in a flood: Implications for community psychosocial resilience. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 28(1), 3–14. doi:10.1002/casp.2329
Ntontis, E., Drury, J., Amlôt, R., Rubin, G. J., & Williams, R. (2019). Community resilience and flooding in UK guidance: A critical review of concepts, definitions, and their implications. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 27(1), 2-13.
O'Grady, M. J., Evans, B., Eigbogba, S., Muldoon, C., Campbell, A. G., Brewer, P. A., & O'Hare, G. M. (2019). Supporting participative pre-flood risk reduction in a UNESCO biosphere. Journal of Flood Risk Management, 12(S2), e12520.
O'Neill, E., Brereton, F., Shahumyan, H., & Clinch, J. P. (2016). The impact of perceived flood exposure on flood risk perception: The role of distance. Risk Analysis, 36(11), 2158-2186.
Papagiannaki, K., Kotroni, V., Lagouvardos, K., & Papagiannakis, G. (2019). How awareness and confidence affect flood-risk precautionary behavior of Greek citizens: The role of perceptual and emotional mechanisms. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 19(7), 1329-1346.
Peng, L., Tan, J., Lin, L., & Xu, D. (2019). Understanding sustainable disaster mitigation of stakeholder engagement: Risk perception, trust in public institutions, and disaster insurance. Sustainable Development, 27(5), 885-897.
Qasim, S., Khan, A. N., Shrestha, R. P., & Qasim, M. (2015). Risk perception of the people in the flood prone Khyber Pukhthunkhwa province of Pakistan. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 14, 373-378.
Qasim, S., Qasim, M., Shrestha, R. P., Khan, A. N., Tun, K., & Ashraf, M. (2016). Community resilience to flood hazards in Khyber Pukhthunkhwa province of Pakistan. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 18, 100-106.
Quinn, T., Bousquet, F., Guerbois, C., Sougrati, E., & Tabutaud, M. (2018).The dynamic relationship between sense of place and risk perception in landscapes of mobility. Ecology and Society, 23(2).
Rana, I. A., Jamshed, A., Younas, Z. I., & Bhatti, S. S. (2020). Characterizing flood risk perception in urban communities of Pakistan. International journal of disaster risk reduction, 46, 101624.
Räsänen, A., Kauppinen, V., Juhola, S., Setten, G., & Lein, H. (2020). Configurations of community in flood risk management. Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift-Norwegian Journal of Geography, 1-16.
Reyes, D. D., & Lu, J. L. (2016). Gender dimension in disaster situations: A case study of flood prone women in Malabon City, Metro Manila. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 15, 162-168.
Ridolfi, E., Albrecht, F., & Di Baldassarre, G. (2020). Exploring the role of risk perception in influencing flood losses over time. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 65(1), 12-20.
Rufat, S., Tate, E., Burton, C. G., & Maroof, A. S. (2015). Social vulnerability to floods: Review of case studies and implications for measurement. International journal of disaster risk reduction, 14, 470-486
Saja, A. A., Goonetilleke, A., Teo, M., & Ziyath, A. M. (2019). A critical review of social resilience assessment frameworks in disaster management. International journal of disaster risk reduction, 35, 101096.
Salvati, P., Petrucci, O., Rossi, M., Bianchi, C., Pasqua, A. A., & Guzzetti, F. (2018). Gender, age and circumstances analysis of flood and landslide fatalities in Italy. Science of the total environment, 610, 867-879.
Santoro, S., Pluchinotta, I., Pagano, A., Pengal, P., Cokan, B., & Giordano, R. (2019). Assessing stakeholders' risk perception to promote Nature Based Solutions as flood protection strategies: The case of the Glinščica river (Slovenia). Science of the total environment, 655, 188-201.
Saulnier, D. D., Hanson, C., Ir, P., Mölsted Alvesson, H., & Von Schreeb, J. (2018). The effect of seasonal floods on health: analysis of six years of national health data and flood maps. International journal of environmental research and public health, 15(4), 665.
Scherzer, S., Lujala, P., & Rød, J. K. (2019). A community resilience index for Norway: An adaptation of the Baseline Resilience Indicators for Communities (BRIC). International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 36, 101107.
Seebauer, S., & Babcicky, P. (2018). Trust and the communication of flood risks: comparing the roles of local governments, volunteers in emergency services, and neighbours. Journal of Flood Risk Management, 11(3), 305-316.
Seebauer, S., & Babcicky, P. (2020). The Sources of Belief in Personal Capability: Antecedents of Self‐Efficacy in Private Adaptation to Flood Risk. Risk analysis, 40(10), 1967-1982.
Shah, A. A., Ye, J., Abid, M., Khan, J., & Amir, S. M. (2018). Flood hazards: household vulnerability and resilience in disaster-prone districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, Pakistan. Natural hazards, 93(1), 147-165.
Shao, W., Xian, S., Lin, N., Kunreuther, H., Jackson, N., & Goidel, K. (2017). Understanding the effects of past flood events and perceived and estimated flood risks on individuals' voluntary flood insurance purchase behavior. Water research, 108, 391-400.
Soetanto, R., Mullins, A., & Achour, N. (2017). The perceptions of social responsibility for community resilience to flooding: the impact of past experience, age, gender and ethnicity. Natural Hazards, 86(3), 1105–1126.
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Surminski, S., & Eldridge, J. (2017). Flood insurance in England–an assessment of the current and newly proposed insurance scheme in the context of rising flood risk. Journal of Flood Risk Management, 10(4), 415-435.
Thistlethwaite, J., Henstra, D., Brown, C., & Scott, D. (2018). How flood experience and risk perception influences protective actions and behaviours among Canadian homeowners. Environmental management, 61(2), 197-208.
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Verbrugge, L., & van den Born, R. (2018). The role of place attachment in public perceptions of a re-landscaping intervention in the river Waal (The Netherlands). Landscape and urban planning, 177, 241-250.
Wang, Z., Wang, H., Huang, J., Kang, J., & Han, D. (2018). Analysis of the public flood risk perception in a flood-prone city: The case of Jingdezhen city in China. Water, 10(11), 1577.
Wickes, R., Zahnow, R., Taylor, M., & Piquero, A. R. (2015). Neighborhood structure, social capital, and community resilience: Longitudinal evidence from the 2011 Brisbane flood disaster. Social Science Quarterly, 96(2), 330-353.
Yawson, D. O., Adu, M. O., Armah, F. A., Kusi, J., Ansah, I. G., & Chiroro, C. (2015). A needs-based approach for exploring vulnerability and response to disaster risk in rural communities in low income countries.