From the Royal Society of NZ, a set of new papers on recovery in this Special Issue on Recovery. Guest editors: Bruce Glavovic, David Johnston and Ruth McManus. The new issue contains the following articles:
- Contested meanings of recovery: a critical exploration of the Canterbury earthquakes–voices from the social sciences;
- Ngā Mōwaho: an analysis of Māori responses to the Christchurch earthquakes;
- Clergy views on their role in city resilience: lessons from the Canterbury earthquakes;
- Children with disabilities and disaster preparedness: a case study of Christchurch;
- Disaster impact and recovery: what children and young people can tell us;
- Rolling with the shakes: an insight into teenagers’ perceptions of recovery after the Canterbury earthquakes;
- Resilience? Contested meanings and experiences in post-disaster Christchurch, New Zealand;
- Voices from the margins of recovery: relocated Cantabrians in Waikato ;
- Use of domestic craft for meaning-making post-disaster; and
- ‘The confidence to know I can survive’: resilience and recovery in post-quake Christchurch.
Many thanks to John Coleman of NZ for these citations.