System traps in long-term disaster recovery: why resilience and wellbeing need a different strategy

Hitomi Nakanishi, Deborah Blackman, Ben Freyens, Girish Prayag

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Abstract

Recent research projects reveal common themes of developing and ongoing mental health and wellbeing concerns emerging within long term disaster affected communities. Meadows suggested that there are “some systems structures that create common patterns of problem behaviour” (2008, p.111), which become traps in the system. In this paper we consider how applying different system traps contributes to creating alternative understandings of well being systems in long-term disaster recovery. Two system traps are analysed offering alternative understandings of well-being systems in long-term disaster recovery
Original languageEnglish
Pages1241-1241
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2019
Eventthe 33rd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management: ANZAM 2019 -
Duration: 3 Dec 20199 Dec 2019

Conference

Conferencethe 33rd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management
Period3/12/199/12/19

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    Nakanishi, H., Blackman, D., Freyens, B., & Prayag, G. (2019). System traps in long-term disaster recovery: why resilience and wellbeing need a different strategy. 1241-1241. Abstract from the 33rd Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, .