02--Governmental/Police Crisis & Disaster Management

Bell, Coral.  The conventions of crisis:  a study in diplomatic management.  London, New York:  Oxford University Press for the Royal  Institute of International Affairs, 1971.  131p.

Clutterbuck, Richard L.  International crisis and conflict.  New York, N.Y.:  St. Martin's Press, 1993.  277p.

Decker, Ronald Ray.  Bomb threat management and policy.  Boston:  Butterworth-Heinemann, 1999.  111p.

Dezenhall, Eric.  Nail 'em!:  confronting high-profile attacks on celebrities & businesses.  Amherst, NY:  Prometheus Books, 1999.  293p.

Didsbury, Howard F., Jr., ed.  Challenges and opportunities:  from now to 2001.  Bethesda, MD:  World Future Society, 1986.  310p.  Prepared in conjunction with the World  Future Society's conference, 'Future Focus: the Next  Fifteen Years,' held in New York City, July 13-17, 1986.  Includes bibliographical references, forecasting, crisis management & international relations.

Emergency Planning College:  Crisis in a complex society.  Easingwold, York, U.K.:  Home Office Emergency Planning  College, 1994.  105p.

Everly, George S., ed.  Applications in emergency services and disaster response.  Ellicott City, MD:  Chevron Pub. Corp., 1995.  252p.

Farmer, Richard E., & Victor A. Kowalewski.  Law enforcement and community relations.  Reston, VA:  Reston Pub. Co., 1976.  177p.  Including crisis intervention.

Foster, Edward.  NATO's military in the age of crisis management.  London:  Royal United Services Institute for Defence  Studies, 1995.  73p.

Frederick, Calvin J., ed.  Aircraft accidents:  emergency mental health problems.  Rockville, MD:  U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health  Service, Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health  Administration, National Institute of Mental Health, 1981.  55p.

Freedman, Lawrence Zelic, & Yonah Alexander, eds.  Perspectives on terrorism.  Wilmington, DE:  Scholarly Resources, 1983.  254p.

George, Alexander L., ed.  Avoiding war:  problems of crisis management.  With contributions by Yaacov  Bar-Siman-Tov, et al.  Boulder:  Westview Press, 1991.  590p.

Gilbert, Lela.  Where the brave dare not go:  the story of Ray Barnett.  Elgin, IL:  D.C. Cook Pub. Co., 1987.  127p.

Ginn, Ronald D.  Continuity planning:  preventing, surviving, and recovering from disaster.  Oxford, England:  Elsevier Advanced Technology, 1989.  154p.

Goldberg, Andrew C., Debra van Opstal & James H. Barkley, eds.  Avoiding the brink:  theory and practice in crisis management:  a study of the programme in arms control and crisis management.  The Center for Strategic and  International Studies, Washington, D.C.  London;  Washington:  Brassey's (UK), 1990.  138p.

Gunsteren, Lex A., & Rob Kwik, ed.  Bad weather management:  myth and reality.  Delft, the Netherlands:  Eburon Publisher, 1991.  119p.

Hamson, Ned, et  al.  After Atlantis:  working, managing, and leading in turbulent times.  Boston, MA:  Butterworth-Heinemann, 1998.  185p.

Hart, David, B.A.  Psychological and social losses from road traffic crashes.  Sydney, N.S.W.:  Traffic Accident Research Unit, Dept. of  Motor Transport, 1981.  58p.

Hayes, Bradd C.  Naval rules of engagement:  management tools for crisis.  Santa Monica, CA:  Rand Corporation, 1989.  66p.  Prepared as a contribution to the project  on 'Avoiding nuclear war: managing conflict in the  nuclear age,' being conducted jointly by the RAND Corporation and the RAND/UCLA Center for the Study of  Soviet International Behavior.

Herz, Martin F., ed.  Diplomats and terrorists:  what works, what doesn't:  a symposium.  Washington, D.C.:  Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, 1982.  69p.

Hobfoll, Stevan E., & Marten W. de Vries, eds.  Extreme stress and communities:  impact and intervention.  Dordrecht;  Boston:  Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1995.  535p.  Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division.  Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on  Stress and Communities, Chateau de Bonas, France, June  14-18, 1994.

Janis, Irving Lester.  Crucial decisions:  leadership in policymaking and crisis  management.  New York:  Free Press;  London:  Collier MacMillan, 1989.  388p.

Jenkins, Brian M., ed.  Terrorism and personal protection.  Boston:  Butterworth Publishers, 1985.  451p.

Jenkins, Brian Michael.  Talking to terrorists.  Santa Monica, CA:  Rand Corp., 1982.  15p.

Jørgensen, Knud  Erik, ed.  European approaches to crisis management.  The Hague, Nehterlands;  Boston:  Kluwer Law International, 1997.  240p.

Kalayjian, Anie Sanentz.  Disaster and mass trauma:  global perspectives on post-disaster mental health management.  Long Branch, NJ:  Vista Pub., 1995.  294p.

Kharbanda, Om Prakash, & E. A. Stallworthy.  Management disasters and how to prevent them.  Aldershot, Hants, England;  Brookfield, VT:  Gower, 1986.  240p.

Kiel, L. Douglas.  Managing chaos and complexity in government:  a new  paradigm for managing change, innovation, and organizational renewal.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1994.  246p.

Lagadec, Patrick.  Preventing chaos in a crisis:  strategies for prevention, control, and damage limitation.  Translated by Jocelyn M. Phelps.  London;  New York:  McGraw-Hill, 1993.  363p.

Littlejohn, Robert F.  Crisis management:  a team approach.  New York, N.Y.:  AMA Membership Publications Division, American Management Associations, 1983.  54p.

Lystad, Mary, ed.  Innovations in mental health services to disaster victims.  Rockville, MD:  U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental  Health Administration:  National Institute of Mental  Health;  Washington, D.C.:  GPO, 1985.  181p.

Lystad, Mary, ed.  Mental health response to mass emergencies:  theory and practice.  New York:  Brunner/Mazel, 1988.  407p.

Mandel, Robert.  Deadly transfers and the global playground:  transnational security threats in a disorderly world.  Westport, CT:  Praeger, 1999.  139p.

Marcella, Albert J., William J. Sampias & James K. Kincaid.  Disaster contingency planning.  Altamonte Springs, FL:  Institute of Internal Auditors, 1993.  170p.

Marconi, Joe.  Crisis marketing:  when bad things happen to good companies.  Chicago, IL:  NTC Business Books, 1997.  246p.

Martin, Carol Ann.  Police and crisis intervention.  Monticello, IL:  Vance Bibliographies, 1980.  40p.

Parad, Howard J., H. L. P.  Resnik & Libbie G. Parad, eds.  Emergency and disaster management:  a mental health sourcebook.  Bowie, MD:  Charles Press Publishers, 1976.  497p.

Parad, Howard J., H. L. Resnik & Libbie G. Parad.  Emergency and disaster management:  a mental health sourcebook.  Bowie, MD:  Charles Press Publishers, 1976.  497p.  Based on a seminar sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health in Washington, D.C., June 1973.  Bibliography: p.475-497. 

Paschall, Rod.  Critical incident management.  Chicago:  Office of International Criminal Justice, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1992.  96p.

Robinson, P. Stuart.  The politics of international crisis escalation:  decision-making under pressure.  London;  New York:  Tauris Academic Studies & distributed by St. Martin's  Press, 1996.  204p.

Rosenthal, Uriel, Michael T.  Charles & Paul 't Hart.  Coping with crises:  the management of disasters, riots, and terrorism.  Springfield, IL:  C.C. Thomas, 1989.  485p.

Russell, Harold E., & Allan Beigel.  Understanding human behavior for effective police work.  New York:  Basic Books, 2nd ed., 1982.  352p.  3rd ed., 1990, 445p. 

Schreiber, Jan.  The ultimate weapon:  terrorists and world order.  New York:  Morrow, 1978.  218p.

Shiels, Frederick L.  Preventable disasters:  why governments fail.  Savage, MD:  Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 1991.  204p.

Sours, Floyd.  The book of chemical crisis.  New Concord, OH:  Intervention Enterprises, 1979.  122p.

Sowder, Barbara J., & Mary Lystad, eds.  Contemporary perspectives:  Innovations in services to disaster victims.  Originally published:  Innovations in  mental health services to disaster victims.  Rockville,  MD:  National Institute of Mental Health, Center for  Mental Health Studies of Emergencies, 1985. 

Starr, Harvey, ed.  The understanding and management of global violence:  new  approaches to theory and research on protracted conflict.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1999. 

Taylor, Antony James William.  Disasters and disaster stress.  New York:  AMS Press, 1989.  229p.

Taylor, Verta A.  Delivery of mental health services in disasters:  the Xenia tornado and some implications.  With G. Alexander Ross and E. L. Quarantelli.  Columbus, OH:  Disaster Research Center, Ohio State University, 1976.  328p.

Tierney, Kathleen J., & Barbara Baisden.  Crisis intervention programs for disaster victims:  a source book and manual for smaller communities.  Disaster Research Center, Ohio State University;  project directors, E. L. Quarantelli, Russell R. Dynes.  Rockville, MD:  U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, National Institute of Mental Health;  Washington:  GPO, 1979.  203p.  Bibliography: p.167-203.

Walker, Warren E.  The use of scenarios and gaming in crisis management planning and training.  Santa Monica, CA:  RAND, 1995.  11p.

Weaver, John D.  Disasters:  mental health interventions.  Sarasota, FL:  Professional Resource Press, 1995.  204p.

Webster, Christopher D., Mark  H. Ben-Aron & Stephen J. Hucker, eds.  Dangerousness:  probability and prediction, psychiatry and public policy.  Cambridge;  New York:  Cambridge  University Press, 1985.  236p.

Winham, Gilbert R., ed.  New issues in international crisis management.  Boulder:  Westview Press, 1988.  258p.

Winter, Matthias, & Ulrich Steger.  Managing outside pressure:  strategies for preventing corporate disasters.  Chichester, England;  New York:  Wiley, 1998.  254p.