A disaster is an acute destruction of the working of a society or a community encompassing prevalent economic, human, material or environmental damages and effects, which go beyond the ability of the affected society or community to survive using its own resources.
In modern academia, disasters are seen as the result of improperly managed risk. These risks are the creation of amalgamation of both vulnerability and hazard/s. Hazards that hit in areas with little vulnerability will not become disasters, as is the case in unoccupied regions.
Developing countries experience the highest costs when a disaster strikes – more than 95 percent of all losses created by hazards occur in developing countries, and damages due to natural hazards are 20 times higher in developing countries than in industrialized countries.
The word disaster is stemmed from Middle French désastre and that from Old Italian disastro, which in turn comes from the Greek pejorative prefix δυσ-, (dus-) “bad” and ἀστήρ (aster), “star”. The origin of the word disaster (“bad star” in Greek) comes from an horoscopic sense of a catastrophe blamed on the situation of planets.
Researchers have been researching disasters for more than a span of a century, and for a period exceeding forty years disaster research. The researches reflect a universal opinion when they claim that all disasters can be seen as being human-made, their arguing being that human actions before the hit of the disaster can preclude it growing into a disaster. All catastrophes are hence the outcome of human failure to initiate apposite disaster management methods. Hazards are normally categorized into human-made and natural, although complicated disasters, where there is no single root reason, are more popular in developing countries. A particular disaster may generate a secondary disaster that intensifies the impact. A typical example is an earthquake that causes a tsunami, giving rise to coastal flooding.
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If you think that learning to be a massage therapist means spending a few hours practicing giving back rubs to your friends, you’ve underestimated the extent to which professionals train to enter the field. In the United States, most training programs include at least 500 hours of study, up to 1,000 hours in some schools, and cover some of the same subject matter that athletic trainers and even nurses and doctors must learn. Anatomy and physiology head the list of classes that legitimate therapists master. If you want to earn the certification that enables you to call yourself a nuru massage therapist, you’ll need more than a few towels and a bottle of body lotion.
One time, I picked someone up who didn’t believe that I was a tow truck driver because I didn’t have a tow truck driver uniform. I had a name tag and a uniform, but it apparently wasn’t the right one. I explained that tow truck drivers weren’t cops and didn’t have formal uniforms, but he didn’t care. I almost ran out and bought one just to be on the safe side.
My boyfriend spends way too much time on watch my girlfriends videos. Yes, that’s the case for everyone today, but he always has one eye on his smartphone, even when we’re in a restaurant. I always try to test him to see if he’s distracted, and he usually is. One time when we went out, I deliberately ran out his smartphone batteries just so we would actually be forced to talk when we went out for dinner at a restaurant. He just found a place to plug it in at the restaurant.
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A natural disaster is a natural phenomenon that may lead to loss of life, damages or other health effects, property destructions, loss of lives and services, social and economic interruption, or environmental harm.
Several phenomena like landslides, earthquakes, hurricanes, volcanic eruptions, floods, tornadoes, tsunamis, cyclones and blizzards, are all natural hazards that kill thousands of people and obliterate billions of dollars of homes and property every year. However, the swift growth of the world’s populace and its intensified concentration often in disastrous environments has proliferated both the frequency and gravity of hazards. With the tropical climate and unsteady land forms, coupled with deforestation, unprepared growth multiplication, non-engineered creations which make the disaster-prone areas more susceptible, delayed communication, and poor or no budgetary allotment for hazard prevention, developing countries grieve more or less recurrently from natural hazards. Asia leads in the list of casualties prompted by natural hazards.
Terrorist attacks and airplane crashes are examples of man-made disasters: they lead to loss of lives, they cause pollution, and destroy property.
Human-initiated disasters are the result of technological hazards. Examples include fires, transport accidents, stampedes, oil spills, nuclear explosions/radiation and industrial accidents. Deliberate attacks and war might also be put in this classification. As with natural disasters, man-made hazards are occurrences that have not occurred—for example, terrorism. Man-made disasters are examples of particular cases where man-made disasters have become reality in an occurrence.