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Arriving in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, three days after the crash of United Flight 93, Grant et al. (2003) recognized that it would not be possible to conduct interviews with key personnel engaged in emergency response. Two weeks after the World Trade Center collapsed, Simpson and Stehr (2002) were unable to access key informants in the New York City Office of Emergency Services, the Office of the Medical Examiner, the New York State Office of Emergency Services, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, who were engaged in victim identification.
In their qualitative investigation of volunteer behavior, Lowe and Fothergill (2003) employed a purposive sampling technique as they sought out people of diverse backgrounds. They succeeded in gaining a fairly diverse sample of 23 individuals to interview in-depth about their helping behaviors within 96 hours of the 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. Sattler (2003) employed purposeful sampling in conducting a study to examine if psychological distress, posttraumatic growth, resiliency, and coping varied as a function of spatial distance from the terrorist attacks of September 11th.
The first survey, completed in 1993, was of 67 researchers who performed studies between 1986 and 1992. Of those, 53 responded for a response rate of 79%. In 1996, 33 researchers who completed quick response research between 1992 and 1995 were surveyed, and 22 responded. The first survey revealed that quick response researchers submitted 31 proposals for followup research, of which 29 were funded. At the time of the survey, three additional proposals were pending and four were in the process of development.
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