The Current Situation of Sudden Natural Disaster Emergency Management of Our Government

June 2013
Studies in Sociology of Science;Jun2013, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p31
Academic Journal
By elaborating on the knowledge of sudden natural disasters and emergency management and Wenchuan earthquake relief and the current situation our government in dealing with sudden natural disasters, this paper analysis in sudden natural disaster emergency management the government still exists: the emergency of the subject is single, institutional setup is not reasonable, early warning monitoring mechanism emergency management and the laws and regulations are not sound, idea of public relief is not strong, lack of emergency information system and the emergency relief materials reserve is unreasonable.


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