著者
松本 亜沙香 林 春男 立木 茂雄
出版者
一般社団法人 地域安全学会
雑誌
地域安全学会論文集 (ISSN:13452088)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.15, pp.463-472, 2011-11-11 (Released:2019-09-12)
参考文献数
9

The authors conducted an internet survey regarding the March 2011 Great Eastern Japan Earthquake Disaster. The sample was taken from the nationwide internet monitor, an internet-based survey, living outside the disaster areas Optimal scaling and cross tabulation were used to analyze behaviors such as "panic buying,” “giving monetary donation,” and “sending supplies.” The result showed the following: a) social capital affect the behavior of cash donation and sending/offering of supplies; b) people who donate or send goods tend to reduce their expenses, and c) people living near the disaster area feel a strong sense of insecurity which leads to panic buying.
著者
木村 玲欧 田村 圭子 井ノ口 宗成 林 春男 立木 茂雄
出版者
一般社団法人 地域安全学会
雑誌
地域安全学会論文集 (ISSN:13452088)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.27, pp.35-45, 2015-11-13 (Released:2017-08-02)
参考文献数
19

We conducted a random sampled questionnaire survey of disaster victims of the Great Hanshin-Awaji (Kobe) Earthquake Disaster. We clarified victims’ situation and problems of sixteenth year in life recovery process. We set the "recovery follow-up phase" as the sixth stage in life recovery process. We analyzed changing of victims residence, victims awareness and life recovery feeling, life recovery process using life recovery calendar method and attaching the meaning to disaster experience. As a result, for victims of the fully damaged houses or independent business men,we found that they need follow-up recovery aides in more than ten years after earthquake.
著者
Nicolle Comafay 中村 千佳子 横田 治郎 立木 茂雄
出版者
一般社団法人 地域安全学会
雑誌
地域安全学会論文集 (ISSN:13452088)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.11, pp.127-134, 2009

<p>This paper utilizes data from Hyogo Ward in Kobe City to implement the person-in-environment model of vulnerability. 612 persons with physical disability were surveyed regarding their personal information, disability and level of care needed, degree of social isolation, housing condition and special needs for mobility/daily living. The results were quantified and scores from the 5 variables were combined to calculate the overall degree of gathered were combined to calculate the overall degree of special needs. From this a multi-hazard mapping of social vulnerability was conducted to visualize the geographic distribution of PSND's. As a result, we were able to identify persons with high degree of special needs in times of disaster.<b> </b></p>
著者
立木 茂雄 林 春男 重川 希志依 田村 圭子 木村 玲欧 山崎 栄一 上野谷 加代子 柴内 康文 牧 紀男 田中 聡 吉富 望 高島 正典 井ノ口 宗成
出版者
同志社大学
雑誌
基盤研究(A)
巻号頁・発行日
2008

人と環境の相互作用の視点から災害脆弱性をとらえ、地理情報システ ム(GIS)の活用により、平時における災害時要援護者の個別支援計画の策定や、災害時におけ るり災情報と支援策の重ね合わせによる支援方策の最適化等に資する標準業務モデル群を開発 した。開発成果は東日本大震災被災地および被災地外の自治体で実装した。併せて、東日本大震 災の高齢者・障害者被害率と施設収容率との間に負の相関関係があることを見いだした。
著者
山崎 栄一 立木 茂雄 林 春男 田村 圭子 原田 賢治
出版者
地域安全学会
雑誌
地域安全学会論文集 (ISSN:13452088)
巻号頁・発行日
no.9, pp.157-166, 2007-11
被引用文献数
1

To establish the evacuation support system for vulnerable people to disasters, some efforts about collecting and sharing personal information are attempted. However, these efforts don't always produce good results. By the analysis of collection and sharing personal information process on vulnerable people to disasters, people in communities feel the necessities of collection and sharing. At the some time, they have serious concerns about protection of personal information. In this paper, the discussion on the evacuation support for vulnerable people to disasters is reconstructed from the point of local community. And this paper proposes the practical ways about collecting and sharing personal information of vulnerable people to disasters.
著者
木村 玲欧 林 春男 立木 茂雄 浦田 康幸
出版者
地域安全学会
雑誌
地域安全学会論文集 (ISSN:13452088)
巻号頁・発行日
no.1, pp.93-102, 1999-11
被引用文献数
11

Based on a random sampling survey on the "Individual Recovery Processes from the 1995 Hanshin-Awaji earthquake disaster", people in the impacted area can be divided into 4 groups depending on the severity of housing damage and their life stages. An 80% of the severely damaged victims were forced to relocate their home. For then, the need for information regarding housing damage peaked at the first one week after the earthquake, and nearly half of the victims made up their minds with regards to where they live within one month after the earthquake.