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Aghabakhshi H. Bam Earthquake and Social worker Charter in natural disaster, with an approach to Bam Earthquake. refahj. 2004; 3 (11) :133-145
URL: http://refahj.uswr.ac.ir/article-1-2199-en.html
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The study of previous Earthquakes in iran and humanity and social crises and disorders resulted from them point to this fact that there has been no disaster planning and management based on the previous experiences of different quakes in order to decrerse the social disorders following the disaster. So, we can see a chaos and lots of efforest in vain which see useless and of no use, as if it is the first experience of society hit by quake. Having a brief look at the report provided by Dr.jaleh shaditalab titled as “Roodbar-Manjil Earthquake” will emphasis this fact, (shaditalab 1370).

This article is written according to the observation made on the earlier days after the Earthquake and an interview with quake - hit people on Day, 5th, 1382 and is trying to represent a vivid description of inceasing social processes, helping organizations functions and server and unfavorable condition after the Earthquake; Which are the results of mis-management.

Although, there seemed to be a tewporary national - based groups and formations, but a great lees of “social capital” occured simply because there were the lack of disaster managements and plannings and undesirable system in distributing foods, clothes and drugs.

Finally, the writer has drawn a homework for modification the intervention management according to the social working charter draft.

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Received: 2015/11/3 | Accepted: 2015/11/3 | Published: 2015/11/3

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