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Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies is an influential, frequently cited, accredited, peer reviewed and Open Access journal published since 2006. Jàmbá (meaning disaster in Yoruba) is a journal in the field of disaster reduction, aimed at serving as a platform for discussion and debate in this relatively new field of study. View our Editorial Team.


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LATEST ARTICLES

Original Research

 
Traditional leadership and the Tokwe-Mukosi induced displacements: Finding the missing link  
Kudzayi S. Tarisayi
15 November 2018

Original Research

 
Why does network governance fail in managing post-disaster conditions in the Philippines?  
Hazel D. Jovita, Achmad Nurmandi, Dyah Mutiarin, Eko P. Purnomo
12 November 2018

Original Research - Special Collection: Climate and Beliefs

 
Cultural beliefs of time orientation and social self-construal: Influences on climate change adaptation  
Aida C. Terblanche-Greeff, Jon-Vegard Dokken, Dewald van Niekerk, Ruth A. Loubser
25 October 2018

Original Research - Special Collection: Climate and Beliefs

 
Religious beliefs and climate change adaptation: A study of three rural South African communities  
Simone Schuman, Jon-Vegard Dokken, Dewald van Niekerk, Ruth A. Loubser
16 October 2018

Opinion Paper

 
Harnessing local traditional authorities as a potential strategy to combat the vagaries of climate change in Zimbabwe  
Happwell Musarandega, Wisemen Chingombe, Rajendran Pillay
25 September 2018
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