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Katrina@10 Publications

  1. Clay, Lauren, Mia Pappas, David Abramson, James Kendra. In press. Social capital, neighborhood disorder, and disaster recovery. Journal of Emergency Management.
  2. VanLandingham, Mark. 2017. Resilience among vulnerable populations: the neglected role of culture. In Zakour, Michael, Nancy Mock, and Paul Kadetz, Editors. Creating Katrina, Rebuilding Resilience: Lessons from New Orleans on Vulnerability and Resiliency. Elsevier Press.  
  3. VanLandingham, Mark. 2017. Weathering Katrina: Culture and Recovery among Vietnamese-Americans. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation.  
  4. Zhang, Mengxi and Sofia Curdumi Pendley. 2017. Shifting Methods when Disaster Strikes: The Conversion of a Cross-National Comparative Approach to a Longitudinal Cohort Study of Vietnamese Americans, SAGE Research Methods Cases.
  5. Arcaya, Mariana, Sarah R. Lowe, Asad L. Asad, S.V. Subramanian; Mary C. Waters and Jean E. Rhodes. 2016. Association of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder with Migraine and Headache after a National Disaster: A Longitudinal Study. Health Psychology
  6. Waters, Mary C. 2016. Life after Hurricane Katrina: The Resilience in Survivors of Katrina (RISK) Project. Sociological Forum, vol 31, pp. 750-769.
  7. Arcaya, Mariana, Corina Graif, S.V. Subramanian and Mary C. Waters. 2016. Health Selection into Neighborhoods Among Moving to Opportunity Families.” American Journal of Epidemiology, vol 183, no. 2 pp. 130-137.
  8. Deterding, Nicole and Katherine Morris. 2016. The Emotional Cost of Distance: Geographic Social Network Dispersal and Post-traumatic Stress in Survivors of Hurricane Katrina. Social Science and Medicine 165 (1):56-65.