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Understanding the longer-term experience of community inclusion for wheelchair users following the 2010/2011 Canterbury earthquakes: A mixed methods study
The 2010/2011 Canterbury earthquakes and aftershocks in New Zealand caused unprecedented destruction to the physical, social, economic, and community fabric of Christchurch city. The recovery phase in Christchurch is on going, six years following the initial earthquake. Research exploring how disabled populations experience community inclusion in the longer-term recovery following natural disasters is scant. Yet such information is vital to ensure that recovering communities are inclusive fordoi:10.26021/9987 fatcat:vdezckx66fderggeps4si7nh54