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In order to develop a systematic resilience to natural disasters, it is necessary to study local individual and social trends. The purpose of this study is to survey natural disaster resilience on local disaster victims of 6 February 2017 Ayvacık-Gülpınar Earthquake using the Face-to-Face Questionnaire Technique. The scope of the study is limited to the preliminary results obtained from the questionnaire preparation process in order to measure to what extent local disaster victims recover their losses caused by the main shock. As the survey method, the face-to-face questionnaire technique, offering the authorized researchers the opportunity to explain the questions and fill out the form due to the low local literacy rate, is preferred. A trial forty-questions questionnaire is to determine to the demographic structure of group of the disaster victims and the short and long term effects of the earthquake. Through examination of findings in every aspect, to return to normal social life the average time is more than one year after the earthquake. In addition, ongoing unusual health problems manifested by insomnia diagnosed on some subjects can be explained by the fact that local psychological disaster resilience is partially weak.
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