EiJ Fall 2021: Fast Disaster Case Study Kern County (Group 23)

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November 8, 2021 - 10:54am

Critical Commentary

This case study was produced by students in UCI Anthropology 25A Fall 2021, Environmental Injustice. Kim Fortun, Kaitlyn Rabach, Prerna Srigyan, Maggie Woodruff and Margaret Tebbe were course instructors.


Bolokowicz, Sean, Nadine Cornejo, Avyel Leyva, Liana Malentsyan, Aneela Mocherla, Alia Kim Munn, Sophia Nguyen, Teresa Tam Nguyen, John Daniel Norombaba, Santiago Palomares, Samantha Kathryn Park, Hailey Victoria Schaffer, Nikita Swatek, and Emily Huyen Tran Tran. 2021. Fast Disaster Case Study: Kern County. Environmental Injustice, Disaster STS Research Network.

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Alia Kim Munn, Aneela Mocherla, Avyel Leyva, Emily Huyen Tran Tran, Hailey Victoria Schaffer, John Daniel Norombaba, Liana Malentsyan, Nadine Cornejo, Nikita Swatek, Samantha Kathryn Park, Santiago Palomares, Sean Bolokowicz, Sophia Nguyen and Teresa Tam Nguyen, "EiJ Fall 2021: Fast Disaster Case Study Kern County (Group 23)", contributed by Maggie Woodruff, Disaster STS Network, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 8 November 2021, accessed 12 August 2022. https://disaster-sts-network.org/content/eij-fall-2021-fast-disaster-case-study-kern-county-group-23