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Journal of Risk Research

1998 - 2018

Current editor(s): Bryan MacGregor

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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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