[MZZ41-P02] Improvement of people's disaster image and awareness through disaster knowledge and lessons learned from social surveys –the 1995 Hanshin-Awaji(Kobe)EQ to the 2016 Kumamoto EQ
Keywords:awareness that disasters affect everyone, random sampled social survey, life recovery process, housing reconstruction, “life recovery calendar” method
In this study, we are focuses on the results of the survey to the victims of the Kumamoto earthquake that was carried out in the fall of 2016 as a flash report. We compare the result of the survey of Kumamoto Earthquake with other surveys about Changing in the Victims’ residence after the disaster and life recovery process using recovery calendar method. Moreover, we also propose ways of risk communication between experts and citizens such as how these results of surveys contribute to improving people’s capacity for imagination for disaster and awareness that disasters affect everyone.