Aerospace Engineering, Architecture, English, Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Human Computer Interaction, Virtual Reality Applications Center
Journal or Book Title
Advancing Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice Through Human Systems Engineering
Research Focus Area(s)
Ergonomics and Human Factors
In the face of large-scale climate change and growing populations, urban leaders must make strategic decisions about how to adapt their city and its neighborhoods to changing climate conditions. These decisions are particularly critical in low-resource neighborhoods where many residents face marginalization, and are often the most vulnerable to climate events (e.g., extreme heat) (Bolin & Kurtz, 2018). Despite higher vulnerability, individuals in these neighborhoods have historically been the least involved in community-level decision-making (Lasker & Guidry, 2009). Additionally, the unique needs of these residents are often overlooked when preparing information and resources for public dissemination.
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Stonewall, Jacklin; Dorneich, Michael C.; Shenk, Linda; Krejci, Caroline C.; and Passe, Ulrike, "Inclusive Decision Making: Applying Human Factors Methods to Capture the Needs and Voices of Marginalized Populations" (2020). Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Publications. 218.
Available for download on Saturday, October 17, 2020