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17 /// References and Further Reading: Merli C. ‘Religious interpretations of Tsunami in Satun province, Southern Thailand’. Svensk Religionshistorisk rsskrift, 14 . pp. 154-181. http://dro.dur. ac.uk/5303/1/5303.pdf Merli C. ‘Context-bound Islamic theodicies: The tsunami as supernatural retribution vs. natural catastrophe in Southern Thailand’. Religion, 40, 2:128-131.104-111. http:// dro.dur.ac.uk/6529/ Merli C. ‘Religion and Disaster in Anthropological Research’ in Critical Risk Research: Practices, Politics and Ethics. Wiley. Reale A. ‘Acts of God(s): the role of religion in Disaster Risk Reduction’. Humanitarian Exchange Magazine, 48. http://www.odihpn.org/ humanitarian-exchangemagazine/issue-48/acts-ofgods-the-role-of-religion-indisaster-risk-reduction Schlehe J. ‘Anthropology of religion: Disasters and the representations of tradition and modernity’. Religion, 40, 2:128-131.112120. doi: 10.1016/j. religion.2009.12.004 Wisner B. ‘Untapped potential of the world’s religious communities for disaster reduction in an age of accelerated climate change: An epilogue & prologue’. Religion, 40, 2:128-131. doi:10.1016/j. religion.2009.12.006