Walter Gillis Peacock
Walter Gillis Peacock
Professor of Urban Planning, Texas A&M University and Program Director, National Science Foundation
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TitleCited byYear
Hurricane Andrew: Ethnicity, Gender and the Sociology of Disasters
WG Peacock, BH Morrow, H Gladwin
Routledge, 1997
581*1997
Reframing disaster policy: the global evolution of vulnerable communities
L Comfort, B Wisner, S Cutter, R Pulwarty, K Hewitt, A Oliver-Smith, ...
Global Environmental Change Part B: Environmental Hazards 1 (1), 39-44, 1999
3451999
Hurricane risk perceptions among Florida's single family homeowners
WG Peacock, SD Brody, W Highfield
Landscape and Urban Planning 73 (2-3), 120-135, 2005
3332005
Warning and Evacuation: A Night for Hard Houses
H Gladwin, WG Peacock
Hurricane Andrew: Ethnicity, gender and the sociology of disasters, 52-74, 1997
2871997
Social vulnerability and the natural and built environment: a model of flood casualties in Texas
S Zahran, SD Brody, WG Peacock, A Vedlitz, H Grover
Disasters 32 (4), 537-560, 2008
2162008
Ethnic and racial inequalities in hurricane damage and insurance settlements
WG Peacock, C Girard
Hurricane Andrew: Ethnicity, gender and the sociology of disasters, 171-190, 1997
1871997
Sheltering and Housing Recovery Following Disaster
WG Peacock, N Dash, Y Zhang
Handbook of Disaster Research, 258-274, 2007
1782007
Modeling hurricane evacuation decisions with ethnographic methods
CH Gladwin, H Gladwin, WG Peacock
International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters 19 (2), 117-143, 2001
1762001
Planning for housing recovery? Lessons learned from Hurricane Andrew
Y Zhang, WG Peacock
Journal of the American Planning Association 76 (1), 5-24, 2009
1572009
Social systems, ecological networks and disasters: Toward a socio-political ecology of disasters
WG Peacock, AK Ragsdale
Hurricane Andrew: Ethnicity, gender, and the sociology of disasters, 20-35, 1997
1361997
Hurricane mitigation status and factors influencing mitigation status among Florida’s single-family homeowners
WG Peacock
Natural Hazards Review 4 (3), 149-158, 2003
1242003
And the poor get poorer: A neglected black community
N Dash, WG Peacock, BH Morrow
Hurricane Andrew: Ethnicity, gender and the sociology of disasters, 206-225, 1997
1241997
Divergence and convergence in international development: A decomposition analysis of inequality in the world system
WG Peacock, GA Hoover, CD Killian
American Sociological Review, 838-852, 1988
1121988
Disaster and social change
FL Bates, WG Peacock
Franco Angeli, 1987
1101987
Social science research needs for the hurricane forecast and warning system
H Gladwin, JK Lazo, BH Morrow, WG Peacock, HE Willoughby
Natural Hazards Review 8 (3), 87-95, 2007
982007
Mapping social vulnerability to enhance housing and neighborhood resilience
S Van Zandt, WG Peacock, DW Henry, H Grover, WE Highfield, SD Brody
Housing Policy Debate 22 (1), 29-55, 2012
942012
Ethnicity and segregation: Post-hurricane relocation
C Girard, WG Peacock
Hurricane Andrew: Ethnicity, gender and the sociology of disasters, 191-205, 1997
941997
Organizational communication and decision making for hurricane emergencies
MK Lindell, CS Prater, WG Peacock
Natural Hazards Review 8 (3), 50-60, 2007
902007
Disasters and social change: Hurricane Andrew and the reshaping of Miami
BH Morrow, WG Peacock
Hurricane Andrew: Ethnicity, gender and the sociology of disasters, 226-242, 1997
891997
Inequities in long-term housing recovery after disasters
WG Peacock, S Van Zandt, Y Zhang, WE Highfield
Journal of the American Planning Association 80 (4), 356-371, 2014
822014
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