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Title: 2011年タイ洪水時の居住者の対応と防災教育 ―バンコク、アユタヤを事例として―
Other Titles: Residents' Responses Regarding the 2011 Flood in Thailand and Disaster Education ―The case of Bangkok and Ayutthaya―
Authors: 田中, 麻里
TANAKA, Mari
Keywords: 住環境
洪水
居住者の対応
防災教育
タイ
Living environment
Flood, Residents’ response
Disaster education
Thailand
Issue Date: 10-Mar-2020
Publisher: 群馬大学 教育学部附属学校教育臨床総合センター
Citation: 群馬大学教育実践研究.37,179-184(2020)
Abstract: Several researches have been conducted after 2011 catastrophic flood in Thailand, however, there is not enough information of actual behavior at the community level. We conducted research of residents' responses regarding the flood in Bangkok and Ayutthaya. People suffered from severe flood in 2011. We got 31 and 20 residents' information through interview in Bangkok and Ayutthaya, respectively. We found residents' actual responses at the flood varied in Bangkok and Ayutthaya. Various preparations such as lift up furniture, using boat, piling up sandbags and stocking up food and drinks are done in Ayutthaya where people are used to the flood. However, it was done less in Bangkok where most of the residents face to the flood for the first time in 2011.  There is not enough opportunity to take disaster education including disaster drill and activity in Thailand. Knowing and understanding living environment including disaster risks is one of the important aspects for disaster education. Most of the residents want to share the flood experience with young generation. Previous disaster experience in the region should be researched and shared with residents including children in order to prepare for the flood.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/12999
ISSN: 0912-3911
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