Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Persons and Information and Communication Technology in the Face of the Great East Japan Earthquake

Presentation on the experience from the Great East Japan Earthquake in terms of the impact of the disaster events on people with disability and their inclusion in response and recovery efforts.

Jo Matsuzaki, Associate Professor, Miyagi University of Education, 2013.

Online version of presentation
http://www.preventionweb.net/files/globalplatform/519e280f8fb60Jo_Matsuzaki_English_revised.pdf

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