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Journal of Risk Research

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Volume 22, issue 5, 2019

Editorial: The Cambridge Risk and Uncertainty Conference (RUC) pp. 535-536 Downloads
Sander van der Linden and Ragnar Löfstedt
When unlikely outcomes occur: the role of communication format in maintaining communicator credibility pp. 537-554 Downloads
Sarah C. Jenkins, Adam J. L. Harris and R. Murray Lark
When probabilities change: perceptions and implications of trends in uncertain climate forecasts pp. 555-569 Downloads
Sigrid Møyner Hohle and Karl Halvor Teigen
The fake news game: actively inoculating against the risk of misinformation pp. 570-580 Downloads
Jon Roozenbeek and Sander van der Linden
Nudging intrinsic motivation in environmental risk and social policy pp. 581-592 Downloads
Ondřej Kácha and Kai Ruggeri
The potential power of experience in communications of expert consensus levels pp. 593-609 Downloads
Adam J. L. Harris, Oliver Sildmäe, Maarten Speekenbrink and Ulrike Hahn
Consequence evaluations and moral concerns about climate change: insights from nationally representative surveys across four European countries pp. 610-626 Downloads
Rouven Doran, Gisela Böhm, Hans-Rüdiger Pfister, Katharine Steentjes and Nick Pidgeon
Disgust sensitivity is associated with heightened risk perception pp. 627-642 Downloads
Simon Tobias Karg, Aaron Wiener-Blotner and Simone Schnall
Uncertainty handling in estimative intelligence – challenges and requirements from both analyst and consumer perspectives pp. 643-657 Downloads
Bjørn Gunnar M. Isaksen and Ken R. McNaught
Understanding of the concept of ‘uncertain risk’. A qualitative study among different societal groups pp. 658-672 Downloads
Tom Jansen, Liesbeth Claassen, Irene van Kamp and Daniëlle R. M. Timmermans

Volume 22, issue 4, 2019

Things are different today: the challenge of global systemic risks pp. 401-415 Downloads
Ortwin Renn, Klaus Lucas, Armin Haas and Carlo Jaeger
Cultural predispositions, specific affective feelings, and benefit–risk perceptions: explicating local policy elites’ perceived utility of high voltage power line installations pp. 416-431 Downloads
Rachael M. Moyer and Geoboo Song
Public awareness and perception of environmental, health and safety risks to electricity generation: an explorative interview study in Switzerland pp. 432-447 Downloads
Sandra Volken, Gabrielle Wong-Parodi and Evelina Trutnevyte
Mechanisms for improving reliability and reducing risk by stochastic and deterministic separation pp. 448-474 Downloads
Michael Todinov
Archetyping relationships with companion animals to understand disaster risk-taking propensity pp. 475-496 Downloads
Joshua Trigg, Kirrilly Thompson, Bradley Smith and Pauleen Bennett
Aggregated risk: an experimental study on combining different ways of presenting risk information pp. 497-512 Downloads
Peter Månsson, Marcus Abrahamsson and Henrik Tehler
A proposed enterprise risk management model for health organizations pp. 513-531 Downloads
Ana Paula Beck da Silva Etges, Joana Siqueira de Souza, Francisco José Kliemann Neto and Elaine Aparecida Felix
Risk from an anthropological point of view pp. 532-533 Downloads
Sven Ove Hansson

Volume 22, issue 3, 2019

Scalable simulation of a Disaster Response Agent-based network Management and Adaptation System (DRAMAS) pp. 269-290 Downloads
John B. Coles, Jing Zhang and Jun Zhuang
The gambler’s fallacy fallacy (fallacy) pp. 291-302 Downloads
Marko Kovic and Silje Kristiansen
‘Living on the edge’: using cognitive filters to appraise experience of environmental risk pp. 303-319 Downloads
Alice Hamilton-Webb, Rhiannon Naylor, Louise Manning and John Conway
The new political importance of the old hurricane risk: a contextual approach to understanding contemporary struggles with hurricane risk and insurance pp. 320-333 Downloads
Jessica Weinkle
Accounting for ‘how we know’ about the safety/risks with hydrofracking: an intergovernmental hearing on the revised Environmental Impact Statement on whether to permit hydrofracking in New York state pp. 334-345 Downloads
Richard Buttny
Hazard avoidance, symbolic and practical: the case of Americans’ reported responses to Ebola pp. 346-363 Downloads
Branden B. Johnson
A systematic review of risk management in innovation-oriented firms pp. 364-381 Downloads
Ana Paula Beck da Silva Etges and Marcelo Nogueira Cortimiglia
Residents’ behavioural intentions to resist the nuclear power plants in the vicinity: an application of the protective action decision model pp. 382-400 Downloads
Jing Zeng, Jiuchang Wei, Weiwei Zhu, Dingtao Zhao and Xunguo Lin

Volume 22, issue 2, 2019

Problems with precaution: the transfusion medicine experience pp. 137-149 Downloads
Kumanan Wilson, Katherine M. Atkinson, Dean A. Fergusson, Adalsteinn Brown, Alan Forster, Malia S. Q. Murphy, Alan T. Tinmouth and Jennifer Keelan
Public priorities and expectations of climate change impacts in the United Kingdom pp. 150-160 Downloads
Andrea Taylor, Suraje Dessai and Wändi Bruine de Bruin
Cultural attributes and risk perception: the moderating role of different types of research and development pp. 161-176 Downloads
Dong-Young Kim and Jaehwan Jung
Experiencing risk: the effect of the experiential life-skills centre ‘Warning Zone’ on children’s risk perception pp. 177-190 Downloads
Soraya Boam and Briony Pulford
GIRA: a general model for incident risk analysis pp. 191-208 Downloads
Aitor Couce-Vieira, David Rios Insua and Siv Hilde Houmb
No one left behind: how social distance affects life-saving decision making pp. 209-219 Downloads
Yufeng Zhang, Haotian Zhou, Mo Luan and Hong Li
Exploring the preparation practices of teachers who organise secondary school ski trips in England and Wales pp. 220-231 Downloads
Michelle Stanley, Michael J. Duncan, Mike Price, Sheila Leddington Wright and Jane Coad
Displaying expected values in risk elicitation tasks: the effect of information in experimental risk research pp. 232-242 Downloads
Daniel Hermann and Oliver Musshoff
The power of collaborative deliberation in stakeholder dialogue seminars pp. 243-267 Downloads
A. Liland, Y. Tomkiv, D. Oughton, Stale Navrud, Eirik Romstad and L. Skuterud

Volume 22, issue 1, 2019

The meaning of risk-taking – key concepts and dimensions pp. 1-15 Downloads
Jens O. Zinn
Genetic engineering, genetic modification, or agricultural biotechnology: does the term matter? pp. 16-31 Downloads
Nagwan R. Zahry and John C. Besley
A practical road map for assessing cyber risk pp. 32-43 Downloads
Zeinab Amin
Critical factors and pathways influencing genetically modified food risk perceptions pp. 44-54 Downloads
Yan Sun, Shengxiang She, Fan Yang, Peta Ashworth, Iveta Eimontaite and Junxiu Wang
Trust and the risk of consuming polluted water in Shanghai, China pp. 55-66 Downloads
Nahui Zhen, Jon Barnett and Michael Webber
Actions towards the joint production of knowledge: the risk of salmon aquaculture on American Lobster pp. 67-80 Downloads
Donna G. Curtis Maillet, Melanie G. Wiber and Allain Barnett
Smartphone addiction: psychosocial correlates, risky attitudes, and smartphone harm pp. 81-92 Downloads
Juan Herrero, Alberto Urueña, Andrea Torres and Antonio Hidalgo
Temporal stability and changes in risk perception rankings of hazardous activities and technologies pp. 93-109 Downloads
Abdul-Akeem Sadiq, Kevin Tharp, John D. Graham and Jenna Tyler
Risk perceptions, preferences and management strategies: evidence from a case study using German livestock farmers pp. 110-135 Downloads
Manuela Meraner and Robert Finger

Volume 21, issue 10, 2018

The social amplification of risk on Twitter: the case of ash dieback disease in the United Kingdom pp. 1163-1183 Downloads
John Fellenor, Julie Barnett, Clive Potter, Julie Urquhart, J.D. Mumford and C.P. Quine
Risk perceptions and risk attitudes among Chinese consumers: the toxic capsule crisis pp. 1184-1196 Downloads
Shi Zheng, Zhigang Wang and Cheryl Wachenheim
Pointing fingers across the tracks: an examination of strategic messages in the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster pp. 1197-1216 Downloads
Jenna L. Currie-Mueller
An exploration of alcohol-related fire incidences pp. 1217-1232 Downloads
E. Dean, M. Taylor, H. Francis, D. Appleton and M. Jones
Risk, danger, and trust: refining the relational theory of risk pp. 1233-1247 Downloads
Mikkel Gabriel Christoffersen
Is the social representation of nanotechnology anchored in that of GMOs? pp. 1248-1263 Downloads
Maïté Brunel, Céline Launay, Valérie Le Floch, Jacques Py, Nadine Cascino, Méliné Zorapapillan and Gregory Lo Monaco
Pseudo resilient supply chains: concept, traits, and practices pp. 1264-1286 Downloads
R. Rajesh
Managing geoenergy-induced seismicity with society pp. 1287-1294 Downloads
Evelina Trutnevyte and Olivier Ejderyan
Erratum pp. 1295-1295 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 21, issue 9, 2018

Bringing people (back) into risk analysis pp. 1069-1076 Downloads
Sandra Seno-Alday
Sociology, risk and the environment: a material-semiotic approach pp. 1077-1092 Downloads
Catherine Mei Ling Wong and Stewart Lockie
A case study demonstrates a democratic methodology for making risk-based decisions pp. 1093-1103 Downloads
Steve E. Corin and Asela Atapattu
The effects of power relationships: knowledge, practice and a new form of regulatory capture pp. 1104-1116 Downloads
Dolruedee Kramnaimuang King and Jan Hayes
Risk, responsibility and negative responses: a qualitative study of parental trust in childhood vaccinations pp. 1117-1130 Downloads
P. R. Ward, K. Attwell, S. B. Meyer, P. Rokkas and J. Leask
The rise of defensive engineering: how personal liability considerations impact decision-making pp. 1131-1145 Downloads
Jan Hayes, Sarah Maslen, Christina Scott-Young and Janice Wong
Bayesian networks for identifying incorrect probabilistic intuitions in a climate trend uncertainty quantification context pp. 1146-1161 Downloads
A. M. Hanea, G. F. Nane, B. A. Wielicki and R. M. Cooke

Volume 21, issue 8, 2018

Emotions, attitudes, and appraisal in the management of climate-related risks by fish farmers in Northern Thailand pp. 933-951 Downloads
Louis Lebel and Phimphakan Lebel
Risk assessment for public–private partnership projects: using a fuzzy analytic hierarchical process method and expert opinion in China pp. 952-973 Downloads
Yan Li and Xinyu Wang
Identification of appropriate risk analysis techniques for railway turnout systems pp. 974-995 Downloads
Serdar Dindar, Sakdirat Kaewunruen and Min An
Extrapolating understanding of food risk perceptions to emerging food safety cases pp. 996-1018 Downloads
Gülbanu Kaptan, Arnout R.H. Fischer and Lynn J. Frewer
Climate-induced migration: using mental models to explore aggregate and individual decision-making pp. 1019-1035 Downloads
Cameron Thomas Whitley, Louie Rivers III, Seven Mattes, Sandra T. Marquart-Pyatt, Arika Ligmann-Zielinska, Laura Schmitt Olabisi and Jing Du
When time is (not) money: preliminary guidance on the interchangeability of time and money in laboratory-based risk research pp. 1036-1051 Downloads
Nathaniel J.S. Ashby and Tim Rakow
Home Fire Safety Checks in New South Wales: an economic evaluation of the pilot program pp. 1052-1067 Downloads
W. Kathy Tannous, M. Whybro, C. Lewis, S. Broomhall, M. Ollerenshaw, G. Watson, C. Fish and E. Franks

Volume 21, issue 7, 2018

Public reactions to the 2013 Chinese H7N9 Influenza outbreak: perceptions of risk, stakeholders, and protective actions pp. 809-833 Downloads
Fei Wang, Jiuchang Wei, Shih-Kai Huang, Michael K. Lindell, Yue (Gurt) Ge and Hung-Lung Wei
Who is afraid of the Ebola outbreak? The influence of discrete emotions on risk perception pp. 834-853 Downloads
Janet Z. Yang and Haoran Chu
Rhetorical accounts of risk: interprofessional risk assessment in operational planning meetings pp. 854-868 Downloads
Kristin Halvorsen
Perception of risk from air pollution and reported behaviors: a cross-sectional survey study in four cities pp. 869-884 Downloads
Christian Oltra and Roser Sala
Not all gamblers are created equal: gambling preferences depend on individual personality traits pp. 885-898 Downloads
Hong-Zhi Liu, Yu Zheng, Li-Lin Rao, Fang Wang, Yue Sun, Gui-Hai Huang, Shu Li and Zhu-Yuan Liang
Not all high-alexithymia individuals are risk-takers: private self-consciousness moderates the relationship between alexithymia and risk-taking behaviours pp. 899-913 Downloads
Florent Lheureux, Colette Charlois and Laurent Auzoult
The acerbity of the social: how to include the social in governmental risk assessments pp. 914-931 Downloads
Magnus Weber

Volume 21, issue 6, 2018

Using artificial neural network and multivariate analysis techniques to evaluate road operating conditions pp. 679-691 Downloads
Gianluca Dell’Acqua, Mario De Luca and Daiva Žilionienė
Risk communication in dementia care: family perspectives pp. 692-709 Downloads
Mabel Stevenson and Brian J. Taylor
Risk management; a behavioural perspective pp. 710-724 Downloads
Jan Folkmann Wright
Loss and damage: a critical discourse analysis of Parties’ positions in climate change negotiations pp. 725-747 Downloads
Elisa Calliari
Owning and testing smoke alarms: findings from a qualitative study pp. 748-762 Downloads
Andrew Clark and Jessica Smith
Investigating explanatory theories on laypeople’s risk perception of personal economic collapse in a bank crisis – the Cyprus case pp. 763-779 Downloads
Sara Jonsson and Inga-Lill Söderberg
A multi-level and multi-actor approach to risk governance: a conceptual framework to support policy development for Ambrosia weed control pp. 780-799 Downloads
Alfons Oude Lansink, Marc Schut, Josey Kamanda and Laurens Klerkx
The framing effect of negation frames pp. 800-808 Downloads
Shuguang Yao, Yanhua Wang, Jiaxi Peng and Lei Song

Volume 21, issue 5, 2018

A mixed-methods approach to assessing actual risk readership on branded drug websites pp. 521-538 Downloads
Mariea Grubbs Hoy and Abbey Blake Levenshus
A fuzzy mapping framework for risk aggregation based on risk matrices pp. 539-561 Downloads
Chunbing Bao, Jianping Li and Dengsheng Wu
Perceived risk and personality traits explaining heterogeneity in Dutch dairy farmers’ beliefs about vaccination against Bluetongue pp. 562-578 Downloads
J. Sok, H. Hogeveen, A.R.W. Elbers and A.G.J.M. Oude Lansink
Cattle farmers’ perceptions of risk and risk management strategies: evidence from Northern Ethiopia pp. 579-598 Downloads
Kinfe G. Bishu, Seamus O’Reilly, Edward Lahiff and Bodo Steiner
How do policymakers and think tank stakeholders prioritize the risks of the nuclear fuel cycle? A semantic network analysis pp. 599-621 Downloads
Nan Li, Dominique Brossard, Ashley A. Anderson, Dietram A. Scheufele and Kathleen M. Rose
Measuring and improving safety culture in organisations: an exploration of tools developed and used in Belgium pp. 622-644 Downloads
Karolien van Nunen, Genserik Reniers and Koen Ponnet
Pilot workload and fatigue on short-haul routes: an evaluation supported by instantaneous self-assessment and ethnography pp. 645-677 Downloads
Simon Ashley Bennett

Volume 21, issue 4, 2018

Corrigendum pp. (i)-(i) Downloads
The Editors
Communicating risk for issues that involve ‘uncertainty bias’: what can the Israeli case of water fluoridation teach us? pp. 395-416 Downloads
Anat Gesser-Edelsburg and Yaffa Shir-Raz
Classical meets modern in the IDEA protocol for structured expert judgement pp. 417-433 Downloads
A.M. Hanea, M.F. McBride, M.A. Burgman and B.C. Wintle
An analysis of the carrying capacity and life process risks of UK and Turkish insurance intermediaries pp. 434-462 Downloads
Erdem Kirkbeşoğlu and John Hood
How far is how far enough? Safety perception and acceptance of extra-high-voltage power lines in Germany pp. 463-479 Downloads
Peter M. Wiedemann, Franziska Boerner and Frank Claus
Risk association: towards a linguistically informed framework for analysing risk in discourse pp. 480-501 Downloads
Max Boholm
Does being a jerk work? Examining the effect of aggressive risk communication in the context of science blogs pp. 502-520 Downloads
Shupei Yuan, John C. Besley and Chen Lou

Volume 21, issue 3, 2018

Identifying risk and mitigating gambling-related harm in online poker pp. 269-289 Downloads
Adrian Parke and Mark D. Griffiths
Embodied uncertainty: living with complexity and natural hazards pp. 290-307 Downloads
Victoria Sword-Daniels, Christine Eriksen, Emma E. Hudson-Doyle, Ryan Alaniz, Carolina Adler, Todd Schenk and Suzanne Vallance
Using community-based, ethnographic methods to examine risk perceptions and actions of low-income, first-time mothers in a post-spill environment pp. 308-322 Downloads
Christopher A. Mundorf and Maureen Y. Lichtveld
The new ecological paradigm and responses to climate change in China pp. 323-339 Downloads
Wen Xue, Anthony D.G. Marks, Donald W. Hine, Wendy J. Phillips and Shouying Zhao
A multi-attribute approach to assess homeland security risk pp. 340-360 Downloads
Russell Lundberg
Revealing global hot spots of technological disasters: 1900–2013 pp. 361-393 Downloads
Guoqiang Shen and Seong Nam Hwang

Volume 21, issue 2, 2018

Genetics and risk – an exploration of conceptual approaches to genetic risk pp. 101-108 Downloads
Mats G. Hansson, Frederic Bouder and Heidi C. Howard
Genetic risk information pp. 109-116 Downloads
Julia Inthorn
Mapping uncertainty in genomics pp. 117-128 Downloads
Heidi Carmen Howard and Erik Iwarsson
Healthcare professionals’ perceptions of risk in the context of genetic testing for the prediction of chronic disease: a qualitative metasynthesis pp. 129-166 Downloads
Marie Falahee, Gwenda Simons, Karim Raza and Rebecca J. Stack
Perceptions of predictive testing for those at risk of developing a chronic inflammatory disease: a meta-synthesis of qualitative studies pp. 167-189 Downloads
Kerin Bayliss, Karim Raza, Gwenda Simons, Marie Falahee, Mats Hansson, Bella Starling and Rebecca Stack
Towards a concept of genetic risk tolerance: a risk analysis perspective pp. 190-205 Downloads
Frederic Bouder
Genetic risk assessment from an ethical point of view pp. 206-221 Downloads
Sven Ove Hansson
Genetic risk and value pp. 222-235 Downloads
Ulrik Kihlbom
Genetic risk and responsibility: reflections on a complex relationship pp. 236-258 Downloads
Silke Schicktanz
Capturing how individuals perceive genetic risk information: a phenomenological perspective pp. 259-267 Downloads
Serena Oliveri and Gabriella Pravettoni

Volume 21, issue 1, 2018

Considering risk: placing the work of Ulrich Beck in context pp. 1-5 Downloads
Adam Burgess, Jamie Wardman and Gabe Mythen
Ulrich Beck: exploring and contesting risk pp. 6-16 Downloads
Mads P. Sørensen
Thinking with Ulrich Beck: security, terrorism and transformation pp. 17-28 Downloads
Gabe Mythen
Beck’s creative challenge to class analysis: from the rejection of class to the discovery of risk-class pp. 29-40 Downloads
Dean Curran
The politics of urban climate risks: theoretical and empirical lessons from Ulrich Beck’s methodological cosmopolitanism pp. 41-55 Downloads
Anders Blok
Risk and the cosmopolitanization of solidarities pp. 56-67 Downloads
Daniel Levy
Cosmopolitan risk community in a bowl: a case study of China’s good food movement pp. 68-82 Downloads
Joy Y. Zhang
Individualization revisited: global family developments, uncertainty and risk pp. 83-95 Downloads
Adam Burgess
The prophecy of Ulrich Beck: signposts for the social sciences pp. 96-100 Downloads
Gabe Mythen, Adam Burgess and Jamie K. Wardman
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