Purdum, J. Carlee individual record
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Academic Articles3
  • Purdum, J. C., & Meyer, M. A. (2020). Prisoner Labor Throughout the Life Cycle of Disasters. Risk, Hazards & Crisis in Public Policy. 11(3), 296-319.
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  • Meyer, M. A., Purdum, J. C., Breen, K., Aggrey, J. K., Forrest, D., Nunez, C., & Peacock, W. G. (2019). Perspectives from nongovernmental organizations on education and training needs for community disaster recovery.. J Emerg Manag. 17(3), 225-238.
  • Meyer, M. A., Mitchell, B., Purdum, J. C., Breen, K., & Iles, R. L. (2018). Previous hurricane evacuation decisions and future evacuation intentions among residents of southeast Louisiana. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 31, 1231-1244.
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Chapters1
  • Purdum, J. C. (2019). Hazardous or vulnerable? Prisoners and emergency planning in the U.S.. Rivera, F. I. (Eds.), Emerging Voices in Natural Hazards Research. 179-209. Elsevier.
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Internet Publications4
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  • Purdum, J. C. (2020). States are putting prisoners to work manufacturing coronavirus supplies. - An article submitted to The Conversation
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  • Smith, J. C. (2017). Inmates: Our Defenders in Disaster. XL(8), 10-13.
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Reports1
  • Mitchell, B. D., Meyer, M. A., Henderson, M., Morrow, B. H., Gladwin, H., Smith, J. C., Breen, K., & Iles, R. (2017). Behavioral Analysis for Southeast Louisiana Hurricane Events.
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