Terry Cannon
TitleCited byYear
At risk: natural hazards, people's vulnerability and disasters, First edition
P Blaikie, T Cannon, I Davis, B Wisner
Routledge, 1994
10235*1994
At risk: natural hazards, people's vulnerability and disasters 2nd edition
ID Ben Wisner, Piers Blaikie, Terry Cannon
Routledge, 2004
10202*2004
Vulnerability analysis and the explanation of ‘natural’disasters
T Cannon
Disasters, development and environment, ed. Ann Varley, 13-30, 1994
7501994
Community level adaptation to climate change: the potential role of participatory community risk assessment
MK Van Aalst, T Cannon, I Burton
Global environmental change 18 (1), 165-179, 2008
7022008
Vulnerabilidad: El entorno social, político y económico de los desastres
P Blaikie, T Cannon, I David, B Wisner
la Red, Red de estudios sociales en prevención de desastres en América …, 1996
533*1996
Vulnerability, resilience and development discourses in context of climate change
T Cannon, D Müller-Mahn
Natural hazards 55 (3), 621-635, 2010
4582010
Social vulnerability, sustainable livelihoods and disasters
T Cannon, J Twigg, J Rowell
Report to DFID conflict and humanitarian assistance department (CHAD) and …, 2003
2972003
Vulnerability analysis and disasters
T Cannon
Parker DJ (ed) Floods, vol 1. 1, 45-55, 2000
2502000
Gender and climate hazards in Bangladesh
T Cannon
Climate Change and Gender Justice, 54-70, 2009
239*2009
Gender and climate hazards in Bangladesh
T Cannon
Gender & Development 10 (2), 45-50, 2002
2392002
Reducing people's vulnerability to natural hazards: communities and resilience
T Cannon
https://www.wider.unu.edu/publication/reducing-people%E2%80%99s …, 2008
2312008
Uncertain predictions, invisible impacts, and the need to mainstream gender in climate change adaptations
V Nelson, K Meadows, T Cannon, J Morton, A Martin
Gender & Development 10 (2), 51-59, 2002
2232002
Community-based adaptation to climate change: an overview
H Reid, M Alam, R Berger, T Cannon, S Huq, A Milligan
Participatory learning and action 60 (1), 11-33, 2009
1842009
Vulnerability,“innocent” disasters and the imperative of cultural understanding
J Christophe‐Gaillard, P Texier, T Cannon
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal, 2008
1282008
The geography of contemporary China: the impact of Deng Xiaoping's decade
T Cannon, A Jenkins
Routledge, 2002
1232002
A Hazard Need not a Disaster Make: Rural Vulnerability and the Causes of 'Natural' Disasters
T Cannon
Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, Working Paper, 1993
1091993
Cultures and disasters: understanding cultural framings in disaster risk reduction
LS F Krüger, G Bankoff, T Cannon, B Orlowski
Routledge, 2015
1082015
Social Vulnerability: Sustainable Livelihoods and Disasters, Report to DFID Conflict and Humanitarian Assistance Department (CHAD) and Sustainable Livelihoods Support Office
T Cannon, J Twigg, J Rowell
1082003
Regions: spatial inequality and regional policy
T Cannon
The geography of contemporary China, 52-84, 2002
732002
Vulnerability analysis, livelihoods and disasters
T Cannon
Risk 21 - Coping with Risks Due to Natural Hazards in the 21st Century …, 2006
502006
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