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Main Title The social amplification of risk /
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Pidgeon, Nick F.
Kasperson, Roger E.
Slovic, Paul,
Publisher Cambridge University Press,
Year Published 2003
OCLC Number 52286642
ISBN 0521817285; 9780521817288; 0521520444; 9780521520447; 0511550464; 9780511550461
Subjects Risk perception. ; Risk--Sociological aspects. ; Public opinion. ; Risico's. ; Waarneming. ; Communicatie. ; Risk communication. ; Gesellschaft.--(DE-588)4020588-5 ; Risikoverhalten.--(DE-588)4050133-4
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ELBM  HM1101.S63 2003 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 12/01/2014
Collation xv, 448 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 402-435) and index.
Contents Notes
The social amplification of risk : assessing fifteen years of research and theory / Jeanne X. Kasperson [and others] -- The logical structure of the social amplification of risk framework (SARF) : metatheoretical foundations and policy implications / Eugene A. Rosa -- Social amplification of risk and the layering method / Glynis M. Breakwell and Julie Barnett -- Institutional failure and the organizational amplification of risks : the need for a closer look / William R. Freudenburg -- Trust, transparency, and social context : implications for social amplification of risk / Lynn J. Frewer -- Risk and relativity : BSE and the British media / John Eldridge and Jacquie Reilly -- After amplification : rethinking the role of the media in risk communication / Graham Murdock, Judith Petts, and Tom Horlick-Jones -- Plague and arsenic : assignment of blame in the mass media and the social amplification and attenuation of risk / Arvind Susarla -- The dynamics of risk amplification and attenuation in context : a French case study / Marc Poumadère and Claire Mays -- Public response to Y2K : social amplification and risk adaptation : or, "how I learned to stop worrying and love Y2K" / Donald G. MacGregor -- The social dynamics of environmental risk perception : implications for risk communication research and practice / Tom Horlick-Jones, Jonathan Sime, and Nick Pidgeon -- Understanding amplification of complex risk issues : the risk story model applied to the EMF case / Peter M. Wiedemann, Martin Clauberg, and Holger Schèutz -- Integrating politics with the social amplification of risk framework : insights from an exploration in the criminal justice context / M.V. Rajeev Gowda -- Nuclear stigma / James Flynn -- Searching for the public policy relevance of the risk amplification framework / William Leiss -- Social amplification of risk in participation : two case studies / Ortwin Renn.