Understanding the Sustainable Development of Community (Social) Disaster Resilience in Serbia: Demographic and Socio-Economic Impacts

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🌱 Understanding the Sustainable Development of Community (Social) Disaster Resilience in Serbia: Demographic and Socio-Economic Impacts 🌍

📚Published in Sustainability – Impact factor 3.9; Cite score 5.8.

📚 High Visibility: Our research is indexed within Scopus, SCIE, SSCI (Web of Science), GEOBASE, GeoRef, Inspec, AGRIS, RePEc, CAPlus / SciFinder, and other esteemed databases.

📊 Journal Rank: JCR – Q2 (Environmental Studies)/CiteScore – Q1 (Geography, Planning and Development)

🔍Exciting findings ahead! Our latest research delves into the critical factors influencing the sustainable development of community disaster resilience in Serbia. 📊 Our study, based on quantitative analysis, surveyed 321 participants in January 2024, examining the intricate interplay of demographic and socioeconomic factors.

🔍 Utilizing an adapted ‘5S’ social resilience framework with 62 indicators, we explored five sub-dimensions:

1. Social Structure
2. Social Capital
3. Social Mechanisms
4. Social Equity and Diversity
5. Social Belief

📈 Through robust statistical methods like t-tests, ANOVA, Pearson’s correlation, and multivariate linear regression, we uncovered significant predictors impacting community disaster resilience.

👴 Age emerged as a pivotal predictor for social structure, while education played a crucial role in shaping social capital.

💼 Employment status proved influential in social mechanisms and social equity-diversity, with property ownership key for social beliefs.

🛠️ These insights pave the way for strategic interventions to bolster community resilience in Serbia. By addressing the nuanced relationship between demographics, socioeconomic factors, and disaster resilience, we can fortify communities to withstand, adapt to, and recover from diverse challenges.

Together, let’s build a more resilient future! 💪

💪The findings can be used to create strategies and interventions aimed at enhancing the sustainable development of resilience in communities in Serbia by addressing the intricate interplay between demographic characteristics, socioeconomic factors, and their ability to withstand, adapt to, and recover from different disasters.

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