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Hurricane Katrina: Perceptions of the Affected

Fritz Institute. (2006). Hurricane Katrina: Perceptions of the Affected.

This report presents a summary of findings from research conducted among adults affected by Hurricane Katrina who were living in Louisiana, Alabama or Mississippi before the storm hit. The surveyors assessed perceptions of those that received help during the first 48 hours and first 30 days after the storm hit.
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