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DRC Tutorial Paper

1. From a resilience theory perspective, in what ways can a city’s resilience to disasters be
defined and measured?
A city’s resilience to disasters be defined and measured in terms of the persistence of
systems and their ability to absorb any change or any disturbance and at the same time maintain
the same relationships between the people residing in the city, which is the total population, and
the state variables (Joerin, Shaw, & Krishnamurthy, 2014).
Resilience theory is one of the sociological theories that have found a great footing in
urban planning. The tenets of resilience theory posit that the presence of one or more protective
factors can greatly reduce the impact of adverse exposure. The two critical factors for resilience
are risk and protective factors in place. This means that the more protective factors that are put in
place, the more resilient something or somebody will be.

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  1. 1)     From a resilience theory perspective, in what ways can a city’s resilience to disasters be defined and measured? (300 words)
  2. 2)     What are the risks in applying resilience thinking to cities? (350 words)
  3. 3)     In what ways might a vulnerability framework help navigate these risks? (350 words)

In your tutorial paper, please address the three questions above in order, with reference to Davoudi (2012) and Miller et al. (2010) as your primary sources. DRC Tutorial Paper

Assessment criteria: tutorial paper

The essay is clearly structured, written and referenced: clarity of expression; written in your own words; quotes carefully selected and correctly referenced. Please note, there are no page numbers for Miller, so to reference any quotes follow this format ‘Resilience focuses on uncertainty and adaptation in complex adaptive systems’ (Miller et al 2010: np). np= ‘no page numbers’ 10 marks
The essay demonstrates understanding of resilience and vulnerability theories and their application to thinking about disasters in cities. 15 marks

Davoudi, S. 2012. ‘Resilience: A Bridging Concept or a Dead End?’ Planning Theory and Practice 13(2): 299-306 ONLY

Miller, F., et al. 2010. “Resilience and vulnerability: complementary or conflicting concepts?” Ecology and Society 15(3): 11.

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DRC Tutorial Paper

1. From a resilience theory perspective, in what ways can a city’s resilience to disasters be
defined and measured?
A city’s resilience to disasters be defined and measured in terms of the persistence of
systems and their ability to absorb any change or any disturbance and at the same time maintain
the same relationships between the people residing in the city, which is the total population, and
the state variables (Joerin, Shaw, & Krishnamurthy, 2014). DRC Tutorial Paper.
Resilience theory is one of the sociological theories that have found a great footing in
urban planning. The tenets of resilience theory posit that the presence of one or more protective
factors can greatly reduce the impact of adverse exposure. The two critical factors for resilience
are risk and protective factors in place. DRC Tutorial Paper. This means that the more protective factors that are put in
place, the more resilient something or somebody will be……………

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