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Duane A. Gill
Duane A. Gill
Research Professor of Sociology, Virginia Tech
Verified email at vt.edu
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Disaster, litigation, and the corrosive community
JS Picou, BK Marshall, DA Gill
Social forces 82 (4), 1493-1522, 2004
4082004
The Exxon Valdez and BP Oil Spills: A Comparison of Initial Social and Psychological Impacts
DA Gill, JS Picou, LA Ritchie
American Behavioral Scientist 56 (1), 3-23, 2012
2962012
Technological disaster and chronic community stress
DA Gill, JS Picou
Society & natural resources 11 (8), 795-815, 1998
2171998
Social capital theory as an integrating theoretical framework in technological disaster research
LA Ritchie, DA Gill
Sociological Spectrum 27 (1), 103-129, 2007
2002007
Disruption and stress in an Alaskan fishing community: Initial and continuing impacts of the Exxon Valdez oil spill
JS Picou, DA Gill, CL Dyer, EW Curry
Industrial Crisis Quarterly 6 (3), 235-257, 1992
1861992
Secondary trauma or secondary disaster? Insights from Hurricane Katrina
DA Gill
Sociological Spectrum 27 (6), 613-632, 2007
1402007
The Exxon Valdez Oil Spill and Chronic Psychological Stress
JS Picou, DA Gill
American Fisheries Symposium 18, 879-893, 1996
1221996
Sociocultural and psychosocial impacts of the Exxon Valdez oil spill: Twenty-four years of research in Cordova, Alaska
DA Gill, LA Ritchie, JS Picou
The Extractive Industries and Society 3 (4), 1105-1116, 2016
1112016
Social disruption and the Valdez oil spill: Alaskan natives in a natural resource community
CL Dyer, DA Gill, JS Picou
Sociological Spectrum 12 (2), 105-126, 1992
1001992
The Exxon Valdez disaster: Readings on a modern social problem
JS Picou, DA Gill, MJ Cohen
Kendall Hunt Publishing Company, 1997
891997
Civic responsibility and the environment: Linking local conditions to community environmental activeness
D Parisi, M Taquino, SM Grice, DA Gill
Society and Natural Resources 17 (2), 97-112, 2004
862004
Recreancy Revisited: Beliefs about Institutional Failure Following the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill
LA Ritchie, DA Gill, CN Farnham
Society & Natural Resources 26 (6), 655-671, 2013
822013
TANF participation rates: Do community conditions matter?
D Parisi, DK McLaughlin, SM Grice, M Taquino, DA Gill
Rural Sociology 68 (4), 491-512, 2003
792003
Units of analysis and the environmental justice hypothesis: the case of industrial hog farms
M Taquino, D Parisi, DA Gill
Social Science Quarterly 83 (1), 298-316, 2002
782002
Contributions of technological and natech disaster research to the social science disaster paradigm
DA Gill, LA Ritchie
Handbook of disaster research, 39-60, 2018
742018
Managing tsunami risk in coastal communities: Identifying predictors of preparedness
D Paton, BF Houghton, CE Gregg, DA Gill, LA Ritchie, D McIvor, P Larin, ...
Australian Journal of Emergency Management, The 23 (1), 4-9, 2008
742008
Cultivating disaster resilience in rural Oklahoma: Community disenfranchisement and relational aspects of social capital
AM Straub, BJ Gray, LA Ritchie, DA Gill
Journal of rural studies 73, 105-113, 2020
722020
The Exxon and BP oil spills: a comparison of psychosocial impacts
DA Gill, LA Ritchie, JS Picou, J Langhinrichsen-Rohling, MA Long, ...
Natural Hazards 74, 1911-1932, 2014
692014
The day the water died
DA Gill, JS Picou
Cultural impacts of the Exxon Valdez oil spill. I J. Steven Picou (red …, 1997
631997
A spatially explicit model, derived from demographic variables, to predict attitudes toward black bear restoration
JL Bowman, BD Leopold, FJ Vilella, DA Gill
The Journal of wildlife management 68 (2), 223-232, 2004
622004
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