Research on Disasters' Effects on Americans' Civic Behaviors

Research on Disasters' Effects on Americans' Civic Behaviors
This CNCS fact sheet uses Katrina research to: highlight how youth and young adults stepped up and responded; attempt to answer the question, Do Disasters Lead to a Greater Sense of Civic Responsibility by Americans?; share the finding that highly educated, religious families are most likely to respond to disasters; and give some information about how informal groups emerge to provide assistance.

 
DISCLAIMER: These documents are only samples — they are not endorsed or approved by the Corporation for National and Community Service or the National Service Knowledge Network, and they have not been reviewed for compliance with program or funding regulations, or for accessibility.
 
 

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