About the Journal
The Journal of Disaster Management and Community Resilience (JDMCR) is a premier scholarly platform dedicated to exploring the multifaceted dynamics of disaster management and fostering community resilience in the face of various adversities. With a nuanced understanding of the ever-evolving landscape of disasters, the journal delves into a wide array of topics ranging from natural calamities such as earthquakes, hurricanes, and floods, to human-made disasters like industrial accidents and pandemics.
JDMCR provides a comprehensive examination of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery strategies, emphasizing the crucial role of community engagement, collaboration, and innovation. By presenting cutting-edge research, case studies, and practical insights, the journal facilitates a deeper understanding of the complexities surrounding disaster risk reduction and mitigation efforts.
The thematic focus of JDMCR extends beyond mere crisis management to emphasize the importance of building resilient communities capable of withstanding and rebounding from adverse events. This entails not only bolstering physical infrastructure but also addressing social, economic, and environmental vulnerabilities to enhance overall adaptive capacity.
The journal's scope encompasses a diverse range of disciplines including but not limited to disaster sociology, public health, urban planning, environmental science, engineering, and policy studies. It serves as a nexus for interdisciplinary dialogue, encouraging collaboration among researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and community stakeholders.
Ultimately, JDMCR aims to contribute to the advancement of knowledge and practices in disaster management and resilience-building, fostering a more resilient society capable of navigating and thriving in an increasingly uncertain world. Through its rigorous scholarship and practical insights, the journal strives to empower individuals and communities to mitigate risks, enhance preparedness, and foster sustainable recovery in the aftermath of disasters.