1.A Discuss the implementation of each intervention (eviction, relocation and upgrade), Using the following sources: -(Davidson, C. H., Johnson, C., Lizarralde, G., Dikmen, N., & Sliwinski, A. (2007).

Assignment Question

1.A Discuss the implementation of each intervention (eviction, relocation and upgrade), Using the following sources: -(Davidson, C. H., Johnson, C., Lizarralde, G., Dikmen, N., & Sliwinski, A. (2007). Truths and myths about community participation in post-disaster housing projects. Habitat international, 31(1), 100-115.) -(Strauch, L., Takano, G., & Hordijk, M. (2015). Mixed-use spaces and mixed social responses: Popular resistance to a megaproject in central Lima, Peru. Habitat International, 45, 177-184.) -(Olthuis, K., Benni, J., Eichwede, K., & Zevenbergen, C. (2015). Slum Upgrading: Assessing the importance of location and a plea for a spatial approach. Habitat International, 50, 270-288.) Discuss each intervention + present example community + does this intervention help create disaster resilient communities or not? How or why? (need 600 words minimum for this section!) 1.B Using the following sources: -(Scott, J. C. (2008). Chapter 2 Normal Exploitation, Normal Resistance. Weapons of the weak. Everyday forms of peasant resistance.) -(Alexander, P., & Pfaffe, P. (2014). Social relationships to the means and ends of protest in South Africa’s ongoing rebellion of the poor: the Balfour insurrections. Social Movement Studies.) Answer this: Why would communities resist each of these THREE interventions (eviction, relocation and upgrade)? Using the following sources: -(Creighton, J. L. (2005). Chapter 1: Defining what public participation is (and is not)/Chapter 2: The rationale for public participation. In The public participation handbook: Making better decisions through citizen involvement. John Wiley & Sons.) -(Satterthwaite, D. (2011). What role for lowÔÇÉincome communities in urban areas in disaster risk reduction? Global assessment report on disaster risk reduction. International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), London.) Answer this: What difference would community participation make for each of the three interventions (eviction, relocation and upgrade) we studied? (need 400 words minimum for this section!)

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Write an essay on ONE topic (and all its subtopics) (min 1000 words not counting your Reference List). Your essay should be well-organized. DO NOT DIVIDE THE ESSAY BY SECTIONS, THE ESSAY DISCUSSION SHOULD FLOW BETWEEN PARAGRAPHS. No abstract, index, pictures or graphs allowed. The final product should be ONE essay, the ideas should flow from paragraph to paragraph. It does not have sub-sections. No lengthy introductions, you can start your essay with a simple statement of about 50 words MAXIMUM and then go straight for the answers for the questions. NO SEPERATE conclusions or summary closing statements allowed, these tend to be redundant. THIS IS NOT AN OPINION ESSAY so use with APA in text citations All your text must be ORIGINAL.

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