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September 13, 2011
Risk Perception and Terrorism
I've been posting about a lot of academic articles of late, because that's what I'm reading. Here's another.
Clinton M. Jenkin (2006), Risk Perception and Terrorism, Homeland Security Affairs.
Posted on September 13, 2011 at 6:38 AM
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See comment posted to Risk and Culture 8/14/11
That is the link http://petrowskiy.ru/eng/articles.html (open the second article) to site of the person contributed a lot in research of different aspects of risk taking (in partucular non-pragmatic risk (he called it extra-situational activity).
Another interesting point is related to the concept of non-triviality which seems to me is fruitful when applied to risk assessment as well.
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