SHIROSHITA,Hideyuki

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Name
SHIROSHITA,Hideyuki
Affiliation
Kansai University
Section
Faculty of Safety ScienceDepartment of Safety Management
Job title
Associate Professor
Research funding number
10581168

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Published Papers

 
Masys Anthony J., Ray-Bennett Nibedita, Shiroshita Hideyuki, Jackson Peter
4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BUILDING RESILIENCE, INCORPORATING THE 3RD ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE ANDROID DISASTER RESILIENCE NETWORK   18 772-779   2014   [Refereed]

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Hideyuki Shiroshita
Governance of Risk, Hazards and Disasters: Trends in Theory and Practice   274-287   Jan 2018
© 2018 selection and editorial matter, Giuseppe Forino, Sara Bonati and Lina Maria Calandra. There have been an increasing number of studies on disaster governance. As Gall et al. (UNISDR, 2014) pointed out, most of the preceding literature includ...
Hung Lung Wei, Hung Lung Wei, Hao Che Wu, Michael K. Lindell, Carla S. Prater, Hideyuki Shiroshita, David M. Johnston, Julia S. Becker
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction   25 274-282   Oct 2017
© 2017 This study examines households’ immediate responses to the potential for tsunami generated by 2011 earthquakes in New Zealand and Japan. Surveys conducted in Christchurch, New Zealand and Hitachi, Japan investigated pre-impact tsunami hazar...
Ihnji Jon, Michael K. Lindell, Carla S. Prater, Shih Kai Huang, Hao Che Wu, David M. Johnston, Julia S. Becker, Hideyuki Shiroshita, Emma E.H. Doyle, Sally H. Potter, John McClure, Emily Lambie
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health   13    Nov 2016
© 2016 by the authors; licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland. This study examines people’s response actions in the first 30 min after shaking stopped following earthquakes in Christchurch and Wellington, New Zealand, and Hitachi, Japan. Data collected...
岩堀 卓弥, 矢守 克也, 城下 英行, 飯尾 能久, 米田 格
災害情報 = Journal of disaster information studies : 日本災害情報学会誌   (14) 140-153   Jul 2016
Michael K. Lindell, Michael K. Lindell, Carla S. Prater, Hao Che Wu, Shih Kai Huang, David M. Johnston, Julia S. Becker, Hideyuki Shiroshita
Disasters   40 85-111   Jan 2016
© Overseas Development Institute, 2016. This study examines people's immediate responses to earthquakes in Christchurch, New Zealand, and Hitachi, Japan. Data collected from 257 respondents in Christchurch and 332 respondents in Hitachi revealed n...