Konceptualne osnove i dimenzije otpornosti na katastrofe

Conceptual bases and dimensions of resilience to disasters

Authors

  • Vladimir Cvetković Univerzitet u Beogradu, Fakultet bezbednosti, Gospodara Vučića 50, Beograd https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3450-0658
  • Nemanja Bošković Naučno-stručno društvo za upravljanje rizicima u vanrednim situacijama, Beograd

Keywords:

katastrofe, otpornost, koncept, osnove, dimenzije, merenje

Abstract

Predmet rada predstavlja naučna deskripcija konceptualnih osnova otpornosti na katastrofe. Na jedan vešt i sistematičan način, autori opisuju fenomenološke dimenzije otpornosti na katastrofe. Pored toga, daje se pregled najznačajnijih karakteristika različitih dimenzija otpornosti kao što su individualna, društvena, ekonomska i institucionalna otpornost. Rukovodeći se značajem ispitivanja nivoa ostvarene otpornosti na katastrofe, daje se pregled najznačajnijih indikatora merenja otpornosti na katastrofe. Implikacije preglednog rada ogledaju se u dodatnom unapređivanju teorijskih konstrukata različitih segmenata koncepta otpornosti na katastrofe koji se vrlo često primenjuje u studijama katastrofa.

The subject of this paper is the scientific description of the conceptual basis of disaster resistance. In a skilful and systematic way, the authors describe the phenomenological dimensions of disaster resistance. In addition, an overview of the most important characteristics of different dimensions of resilience such as individual, social, economic and institutional resilience is given. Guided by the importance of testing the level of achieved disaster resistance, an overview of the most important indicators for measuring disaster resistance is given. The implications of the review paper are reflected in the further improvement of the theoretical constructs of different segments of the disaster resilience concept that is very often applied in disaster studies.

Keywords: disasters; resilience; concept; basics; dimensions; measurement.

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2021-05-22

How to Cite

Cvetković, V., & Bošković, N. (2021). Konceptualne osnove i dimenzije otpornosti na katastrofe: Conceptual bases and dimensions of resilience to disasters. Zbornik Radova, 1(1), 175–191. Retrieved from http://zbornik.upravljanje-rizicima.edu.rs/index.php/d/article/view/12