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10 [D] Dynes. Russell R. 1978. Interorganizational Relations in Communities under Stress. In Disasters: Theory and Research. edited by E. L. Quarantelli. ed. Beverly Hills. CA: Sage Publications Inc. 01-08
9 [D] Dynes. Russell R. 1970. Organized Behavior in Disaster. Lexington. MA: D.C. Heath and Company. 01-08
8 [D] Durham. Tom. and Lacy E. Suiter. 1991. Perspectives and Roles of the State and Federal Governments. In Emergency Management: Principles and Practice for Local Government. edited by Thomas E. Drabek. and Gerard J. Hoetmer. eds. Washington. DC: Internationa 01-08
7 [D] Dror. Yehezkel. 1986. Policymaking under Adversity. New Brunswick and Oxford: Transaction Books. 01-08
6 [D] Drabek. Thomas E. and Gerard J. Hoetmer. eds. 1991. Emergency Management: Principles and Practice for Local Government. Washington. DC: International City Management Association. 01-08
5 [D] Drabek. Thomas E. 1991. The Evolution of Emergency Management. In Emergency Management: Principles and Practice for Local Government. edited by Thomas E. Drabek. and Gerard J. Hoetmer. eds. Washington. DC: International City Management Association. 01-08
4 [D] Drabek. Thomas E. 1990. Emergency Management: Strategies for Maintaining Organizational Integrity. New York: Springer-Verlag. 01-08
3 [D] Drabek. Thomas E. 1985. Managing the Emergency Response. Public Administration Review. 45(Special Issue. Jan.): 85-92. 01-08
2 [D] Daines. Guy E. 1991. Planning. Training. and Exercising. In Emergency Management: Principles and Practice for Local Government. edited by Thomas E. Drabek. and Gerard J. Hoetmer. eds. Washington. DC: International City Management Association. 01-08
1 [D] D'Aveni. Richard A.. and Ian C. MacMillan. 1990. Crisis and the Content of Managerial Communications: A Study of the Focus of Attention of Top Managers in Surviving and Failing Firms. Administrative Science Quarterly. 35: 634-657. 01-08
 
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