Related publications by members of the CUIDAR consortium on disaster risk, recovery and resilience

Disaster Recovery

Mort. M., Walker, M., Lloyd Williams, A., Bingley, A., 2018, Displacement: Critical insights from flood-affected children. Health and Place, Volume 52 (July 2018), p.148-154

Delicado, A., Rowland, J., Fonseca, S., Almeida, A. N., Schmidt, L., Ribeiro, A. S., 2017. Children in Disaster Risk Reduction in Portugal: Policies, Education and (Non) Participation. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 8:3, pp. 246-257

Mort, M., Walker, M., Lloyd Williams, A., Bingley, A. F., 2017. From victims to actors: The role of children and young people in flood recovery and resilience. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 36:3 p.443-442

Easthope, L., Mort, M., 2014. Technologies of Recovery: plans practices and entangled politics in disaster. Sociological Review, 62, 1, 135-158

Bingley, A.F., 2012. Touching space in hurt and healing: exploring experiences of illness and recovery through tactile art, in: Paterson, M., Dodge, M. (Eds.), Touching Space, Placing Touch. Ashgate, pp. 71-88

Milligan, C., Bingley, A. F., 2007. Restorative places or scary spaces? The impact of woodland on the mental well-being of young adults. Health & Place, 13, 799-811

Bingley, A. F., 2003. In here and out there: sensations between self and landscape. Social and Cultural Geography, 4:3, 329-345

Disaster Research

Rodríguez-Giralt, I., 2015. Birds as lines: The production of alternative regimes of environmental management in the aftermath of a toxic disaster.Geoforum66, pp. 156-166.

Tironi, M., Rodriguez-Giralt, I., Guggenheim, M., 2014. Disasters and Politics: Materials, Experiments, Preparedness. Wiley-Blackwell

Delgado, A., Rodríguez-Giralt, I., 2014. Creole interferences: a conflict over biodiversity and ownership in the South of Brazil, in: Medina, E., Holmes, C., Marques, I., (Eds.) Beyond Importe Magic: Essays on Science, Technology and Society in Latin America. MIT Press, ISBN 978-02-62526-20-3

Rodríguez-Giralt, I., Tirado, F., Tironi, M., 2014. Disasters as meshworks: migratory birds and the enlivening of Doñana’s toxic spill. The Sociological Review, 62, pp. 38-60. ISSN 1467-954X

Schmidt, L., Gomes, C., Guerreiro, S., O’Riordan, T., 2014. Are we all on the same boat? The challenge of adaptation facing Portuguese coastal communities: Risk perception, trust-building and genuine participation. Land Use Policy, 38, pp. 355-365

Schmidt, L., Horta, A., Correia, A., Fonseca, S., 2014. Generational Gaps and Paradoxes Regarding Electricity Consumption and Saving. Nature and Culture, 9(2), pp. 183-203

Horta, A., Wilhite, H., Schmidt, L., Bartiaux, F., 2014. Socio-technical and Cultural Approaches to Energy Consumption: An Introduction. Nature and Culture, 9(2), pp. 115-121

Carvalho, A., Schmidt, L., Santos, F. D., Delicado, A., 2014. Climate change research and policy in Portugal. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 5, pp. 199-217

Schmidt, L., Delicado, A., 2013. Change in the way we live and plan the coast: stakeholder’s discussions on future scenarios and adaptation strategies. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 65, pp. 1033-1038

Schmidt, L., Prista, P., Saraiva, T., O’Riordan, T., Gomes, C., 2013. Adapting governance for coastal change in Portugal. Land Use Policy, 31, pp. 314-325

Schmidt, L., Delicado, A., Gomes, C., Granjo, P., Guerreiro, S., Horta, A., Mourato, J., Prista, P., Saraiva, T., Truninger, M., O’Riordan, T., Santos, F. D., Penha-Lopes, G., 2013. Change in the way we live and plan the coast: stakeholders discussions on future scenarios and adaptation strategies. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue 65, pp. 1033-1038

Rodríguez-Giralt, I., 2011. Social movements as actor-networks: prospects for a symmetrical approach to Doñana’s Environmental Protest. Convergencia. Revista de ciencias Sociales, 56, pp. 13-35


Lloyd Williams, A. S., Bingley, A. F., Walker, M. P., Mort, M. M. E. & Howells, V., “That’s where I first saw the water…”: mobilizing children’s voices in UK flood risk management. 1/12/2017 In: Transfers. 3p. 76-93 18 p. 

Medd, W., Deeming, H., Walker, G., Whittle, R., Mort, M., Twigger-Ross, C., Walker, M., Watson, N., Kashefi, E., 2015. The flood recovery gap: a real-time study of local recovery following the floods of June 2007 in Hull, North East England. Journal of Flood Risk Management, 8 (4) pp. 315-328

Whittle, R., Medd, W., Mort, M., Deeming, H., Walker, M., Twigger-Ross, C., Walker, G., Watson, N., 2014. Placing the flood recovery process, in: Convery, I., Corsane, G., Davis, P., (Eds.) Displaced heritage: responses to disaster, trauma and loss. The Boydell Press, Woodbridge, pp. 199-206

Walker, M., Whittle, R., Medd, W., Burningham, K., Moran-Ellis, J., Tapsell, S., 2012. ‘It came up to here’: learning from children’s flood narratives. Children’s Geographies. 10:2, 135-150

Whittle, R., Walker, M., Medd, W., Mort, M., 2012. Flood of Emotions: Emotional Work and Long-Term Disaster Recovery. Emotion, Space and Society, 5, 60-69

Sims, R., Medd, W., Mort, M., Twigger-Ross, C., 2009. When a Home becomes a House: Care and Caring in the Flood Recovery Process. Space and Culture, 12, 3, 303-316.

Sims, R., Medd, W., Mort, M., Twigger-Ross, C., Walker, G., Watson, N., 2009. Locally appropriate response and recovery – submission by Lancaster University for Defra consultation on the National Flood Emergency Framework. Lancaster, UK

Sims, R., Medd, W., Mort, M., Twigger-Ross, C., Walker, G., Watson, N., 2009. Submission by Lancaster University for Defra consultation on the Draft Flood and Water Management Bill. Lancaster

Sims, R., Medd, W., Mort, M., Watson, N., Walker, G., Twigger-Ross, C., 2008. Perspectives on resilience from households in Hull – response to Defra consultation on policy options for promoting property-level flood protection and resilience. Lancaster, UK

Foot and Mouth Disease

Convery, I., Mort, M., Baxter, J., Bailey, C., 2008. Animal Disease and Human Trauma: Emotional Geographies of Disaster. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke

Mort, M., Convery, I., Baxter, J., Bailey, C., 2008. Animal disease and human trauma: the psychosocial implications of the 2001 UK foot and mouth disease disaster. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, vol 11, no. 2, pp. 133-148

Convery, I., Mort, M., Bailey, C., Baxter, J., 2007. Role Stress in Front Line Workers during the 2001 Foot & Mouth Disease Epidemic: The Value of Therapeutic Spaces. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 2 1-31

Bailey, C., Convery, I., Mort, M., Baxter, J., 2006. Different public health geographies of the 2001 foot and mouth disease epidemic : ‘citizen’ versus ‘professional’ epidemiology. Health and Place, vol 12, no. 2, pp. 157-166

Convery, I., Bailey, C., Mort, M., Baxter, J., 2005. Death in the wrong place? Emotional geographies of the UK 2001 foot and mouth disease epidemic. Journal of Rural Studies, vol 21, no. 1, pp. 99-109

Mort, M., Convery, I., Baxter, J., Bailey, C., 2005. Psychosocial Effects of the 2001 UK Foot & Mouth Disease Epidemic in a Rural Population: A Qualitative Diary Based Study. British Medical Journal, 331:1234


Bingley, A. F., McDermott, E., 2007. Resilience in resource-poor settings, in: Monroe, B., Oliviere, D., (Ed.) Resilience in palliative care: achievement in adversity. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 261-279

Children, Disability and Education

Argyropoulos, V., Thymakis, P., under publication. Multiple Disabilities and Visual Impairment: An Action Research Project. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness

Argyropoulos, V., Sideridis, G., Papadimitriou, V., 2014. Hand Preference of Individuals with Blindness in Everyday Activities: The Effects of Age of Sight Loss, Age and Gender. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 35(8), pp. 1885-1898.

Argyropoulos, V., Nikolaraizi, M., Tsiakali, T., Kountrias, P., Koutsogiorgou, S., Martos, A., 2014. Collaborative Action Research Approach Promoting Professional Development for Teachers of Students with Visual Impairment in Assistive Technology. Journal of International Special Needs Education, 17(1), pp. 33-43

Kanari, H., Argyropoulos, V., 2013. Educational Museum Programs for Children with Visual Disabilities. The International Journal of the Inclusive Museum, 6(3), pp. 13-26

Nikolaraizi, M., Argyropoulos, V., Christianou, J., 2013. Action Research in Tertiary Education: A case study of a student with visual disability. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation. Seville, Spain, pp.1727-1732

Nikolaraizi, M., Karagianni, K., Filippatou, D., 2013. The role of peer tutoring for students with and without disabilities in higher education. Proceedings of the fifth Annual International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies. Barcelona, Spain, pp.6328-6334

Nikolaraizi, M., Vekiri, I., Easterbrooks, S., 2013. Investigating deaf students’ use of visual multimedia resources in reading comprehension. American Annals of the Deaf, 157, pp. 458-473

Nikolaraizi, M., Vekiri, I., 2012. The design of software to enhance the reading comprehension of deaf children: An integration of multiple theoretical perspectives. Education and Information Technologies, 17, pp. 167-185

Argyropoulos, V., Sideridis, G. D., Botsas, G., Padeliadu, S., 2012. Assessing Self-Regulation in Individuals with Visual Impairments: Generality versus Specificity in Self-Regulatory Functioning. Assessment for Effective Intervention, 37(3), pp. 171-182

Hadjikakou, K., Nikolaraizi, M., 2011. Deaf clubs today: Do they still have a role to play? The cases of Cyprus and Greece. American Annals of the Deaf, 155, pp. 605-616

Children’s Participation and Children’s Studies

Delicado, A., Rowland, J., Fonseca, S., Almeida, A. N. and Schmidt, L., 2016. Including children in the governance of urban risks. ICUR2016 Proceedings International Conference on Urban Risks, Lisbon, June-July, pp. 949-956 (Full ICUR2016 Conference Proceedings can be found here)

Delicado, A., Rowland, J., Almeida, A. N., Schmidt, L., 2015. As catástrofes ilustrades pelas criancas: uma abordagem exploratório, in: Ferrão, J., Horta, A., (Coord.), Ambiente, Território e Sociedade: novas agendas de investigação. Imprensa de Ciências Socias, Lisboa, pp. 117-123

Almeida, A. N., Delicado, A., Alves, N. A., Carvalho, T., 2015. Internet, children and space: revisiting generational attributes and boundaries. New Media and Society, vol. 17, 9, pp. 1436-1453

Alves, N. A., Delicado, A., Almeida, A. N., Carvalho, D., 2014. The internet and creativity: children as prosumers of online cultural content, in: Knoblauch, H., Jacobs, M., Tuma, R., (Eds.) Culture, communication and creativity. Frankfurt, Peter Lang

Almeida, A. N., 2012. Infância, crianças, internet: desafios na era digital (Childhood, children and the internet: challenges in the digital era). Lisboa, Fund. C. Gulbenkian.

Almeida, A. N., Delicado, A., Alves, N. A., Carvalho, T., 2012. Children and digital diversity: from ‘unguided rookies’ to ‘self-reliant cybernauts’. Childhood, 19(2), pp. 219-234

Whittle, R., Walker, M., Medd, W., 2011. Suitcases, storyboards and Newsround: exploring impact and dissemination in Hull, Area 43.4, 477–487

Almeida, A. N., 2009. Para uma sociologia da infância (Towards a sociology of childhood). Lisboa, ICS

Walker, M., Whyatt, D., Pooley, C., Coulton, P., Davies, G., Bamford, W., 2009. Talk, technologies and teenagers: understanding the school journey using a mixed-methods approach. Children’s Geographies, 7 (2) pp. 107-122

Bingley, A. F., Milligan, C., 2007. “Sandplay, Clay and Sticks”: Multi-Sensory Research Methods to Explore the Long-Term Mental Health Effects of Childhood Play Experience. Children’s Geographies, 5:3, 283–296 DOI: 10.1080/14733280701445879

Almeida, A. N., Vieira, M., 2006. A escola em Portugal – outros olhares, novos cenários (School in Portugal – new approaches). Lisboa, ICS

Almeida, A. N., 2004. Children, participation, projects – how to make it work. Strasbourg, Council of Europe.

Almeida, A. N., André, I. M., Almeida, H. N., 2001. Famílias e Maus tratos às crianças em Portugal (Families, children neglect and abuse in Portugal). Lisboa, Assembleia da República