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they live on the streets or in rundown buildings/apartments to deal with extreme heat-They have the money and means to contact help if needed for medical emergencies usually equipped todeal with high temperatures -Have access to first responders and first aidin need Social/Organizational-Usually the ones in powerover the local government, may only be concerned with others like them -Those in the middleclass are not very active in government organizations, therefore may not be up to date on what’s happening- Those in the organizations might not keep those who are below the poverty linein mind when making decisions onthe heat -Have no way to fix their situation -Very involved in their own community and government so theyhave more knowledge on whatwill happen and how to stay safe -Those in the middle class usually have accessto what is going on outside their neighborhood-They morethan likely have accessto social groups that can assist ifneeded - Many poop people live in the same area so it is likely they will cometogether to help each other out-Many groups are dedicated to helping those who are less fortunate in dire situations Motivational/Attitudinal-They think they are well equippedto deal with -May not think they will be effected by the heat wave in their -Those who are poor may be less educated onheat waves and how they can -The rich have the means to leave if needed due to extreme -With adequate resources the people in the middle class will -They are more likely to seek help since they do not have the means to protect
ASB 327: Disaster!, Assignment 1Part 2: City of Phoenix – Vulnerability & Capacity RecommendationsIn a report to the City of Phoenix, summarize your findings regarding capacities and vulnerabilities. Who is most at risk of death and illness? Who is least at risk? Each response should be 1-3 sentences.a)Who is most at risk of death and illness?