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Journal of Risk Research

1998 - 2022

Current editor(s): Bryan MacGregor

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Volume 25, issue 7, 2022

Stakeholder safety communication: patient and family reports on safety risks in hospitals pp. 807-824 Downloads
Tom W. Reader
Understanding collective flight responses to (mis)perceived hostile threats in Britain 2010-2019: a systematic review of ten years of false alarms in crowded spaces pp. 825-843 Downloads
Dermot Barr, John Drury and Sanjeedah Choudhury
Risk perception and communication factors in aviation: Insights from safety investigators pp. 844-859 Downloads
Dimitrios Chionis, Nektarios Karanikas, Alice-Rebecca Iordan and Antonia Svensson-Dianellou
Risk perception, affect, and information avoidance during the 2016 U.S. Presidential election pp. 860-873 Downloads
Won-Ki Moon, Lee Ann Kahlor, Janet Zheng Yang and Hayoung Sally Lim
Understanding Chinese mobile social media users’ communication behaviors during public health emergencies pp. 874-891 Downloads
Houcai Wang, Li Xiong, Chengwen Wang and Nan Chen
Towards a participatory approach to risk communication: the case of contaminants and Inuit health pp. 892-910 Downloads
Amanda D. Boyd and Chris M. Furgal
Consistency and local adaptation in use of ecological and eco-cultural indicators: assessing risk from contamination pp. 911-939 Downloads
Joanna Burger and Michael Gochfeld

Volume 25, issue 6, 2022

Impact of risk experience and personal exposure on coastal flooding and coastal erosion risk perception and coping strategies pp. 681-696 Downloads
Colin Lemée, Oscar Navarro, Mary Guillard, Nathalie Krien, Céline Chadenas, Etienne Chauveau, Michel Desse, Marie Coquet, Mélisande Lamarre and Ghozlane Fleury-Bahi
Comparing social constructions of wildfire risk across media, government, and participatory discourse in a Colorado fireshed pp. 697-714 Downloads
Meredith Jacobson, Hollie Smith, Heidi R. Huber-Stearns, Emily Jane Davis, Antony S. Cheng and Alison Deak
A comparative study of Chinese and American public perceptions of shale gas development pp. 715-737 Downloads
Yu Zhang, Ashley Clark, John A. Rupp and John D. Graham
Can ERM ratings explain the performance and risk of EMEA insurance companies? pp. 738-763 Downloads
Luis Otero-González, Pablo Durán-Santomil and Darine Marouf
Citizen deliberation at South Carolina’s ‘Our Coastal Future Forum’: Talking through risk related to climate change pp. 764-777 Downloads
Elizabeth H. Hurst, Joseph E. Trujillo-Falcón, Justin Reedy and Chris Anderson
Knowledge of majority scientific agreement on anthropogenic climate change predicts perceived global risk better than perceived personal risk pp. 778-790 Downloads
Patrice Kohl and Chloe Wardropper
Technical and organizational challenges in the risk management of road infrastructures pp. 791-806 Downloads
Roberta Troisi and Paolo Castaldo

Volume 25, issue 5, 2022

Introduction to the special issue “Trust, mistrust, distrust, and trust-building in the nuclear sector: historical and comparative experience from Europe” pp. 547-561 Downloads
Markku Lehtonen, Ana Prades, Josep Espluga and Stathis Arapostathis
To trust or not to trust? Structures, practices and discourses of transboundary trust around the Swedish nuclear power plant Barsebäck near Copenhagen pp. 562-576 Downloads
Jan-Henrik Meyer
Trust, mistrust and distrust as blind spots of Social Licence to Operate: illustration via three forerunner countries in nuclear waste management pp. 577-593 Downloads
Markku Lehtonen, Matti Kojo, Mika Kari, Tuija Jartti and Tapio Litmanen
Confidence gap or timid trust building? The role of trust in the evolution of the nuclear waste governance in Germany pp. 594-612 Downloads
Maria Rosaria Di Nucci, Ana María Isidoro Losada and Dörte Themann
The emergence of mistrustful civic vigilance in Finnish, French, German and Spanish nuclear policies: ideological trust and (de)politicization pp. 613-631 Downloads
Markku Lehtonen, Ana Prades, Josep Espluga and Wilfried Konrad
Deep borehole disposal of nuclear waste: trust, cost and social acceptability pp. 632-647 Downloads
Matthew Cotton
Trust, distrust and radioactive waste management in contemporary Russia pp. 648-665 Downloads
Tatiana Kasperski and Andrei Stsiapanau
Striving for technical consensus by agreeing to disagree: the case of monitoring underground nuclear waste disposal facilities pp. 666-679 Downloads
Hannes Lagerlöf, Göran Sundqvist and Anne Bergmans

Volume 25, issue 4, 2022

Paging Dr. JARVIS! Will people accept advice from artificial intelligence for consequential risk management decisions? pp. 407-422 Downloads
Connor Larkin, Caitlin Drummond Otten and Joseph Árvai
Social sciences and radioactive waste management: acceptance, acceptability, and a persisting socio-technical divide pp. 423-438 Downloads
Marika Hietala and Robbe Geysmans
The security of transport of radioactive and nuclear material in Belgium pp. 439-452 Downloads
Maarten Goetstouwers and Tom Sauer
Risky-choice framing and its null effect on integral emotions pp. 453-467 Downloads
Hao Cheng, Calvin Burns and Matthew Revie
Risk governance approach to migration: a viable alternative to precautionary management pp. 468-487 Downloads
Ahmet Coskun Acik, Paul Trott and Emre Cinar
Ignorance and the regulation of artificial intelligence pp. 488-500 Downloads
James M. White and Rolf Lidskog
The influence of socio-economic status on risk prioritisation pp. 501-519 Downloads
Anita Etale, Priska Ammann and Michael Siegrist
A micro-place evaluation of the relationship between ‘risky places’ and risk perceptions pp. 520-535 Downloads
Alaina De Biasi, James Carr, Matthew Almanza and Adam Zwickle
Boundary conditions for gender differences in risk taking pp. 536-545 Downloads
Michael D. Baker, Brittnie T. Owens, Rachel L. Utter, Rebecca J. Boachie and Delaney R. Keith

Volume 25, issue 3, 2022

Understanding discourse and language of risk pp. 271-284 Downloads
Jens O. Zinn and Marcus Müller
Who is to blame for the terrorist attack? Comparison of content analysis and survey data as sources of responsibility ascriptions pp. 285-302 Downloads
Kirill Gavrilov
Mapping and characterising changes to risk amplification within the British Press: 1985–2017 pp. 303-316 Downloads
Martin Rooke and Adam Burgess
Risk in discourses around fracking: a discourse linguistic perspective on the UK, the USA and Germany pp. 317-330 Downloads
Anna Mattfeldt
The use of risk language in migration discourse. A comparative exploration of German and Italian newspapers pp. 331-346 Downloads
Maria Grazia Galantino
‘Risk’ in political discourse. A corpus approach to semantic change in German Bundestag debates pp. 347-362 Downloads
Marcus Müller and Ruth M. Mell
Fear and responsibility: discourses of obesity and risk in the UK press pp. 363-378 Downloads
Gavin Brookes and Paul Baker
Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and ‘risk’ in the news pp. 379-394 Downloads
Luke C. Collins
Using large text news archives for the analysis of climate change discourse: some methodological observations pp. 395-406 Downloads
Reiner Grundmann

Volume 25, issue 2, 2022

Enhanced threat or therapeutic benefit? Risk and benefit perceptions of human gene editing by purpose and heritability of edits pp. 139-155 Downloads
Emily L. Howell, Patrice Kohl, Dietram A. Scheufele, Sarah Clifford, Anqi Shao, Michael A. Xenos and Dominique Brossard
Motivating sustainable behaviors by framing biodiversity loss as a public health risk pp. 156-175 Downloads
Apoorva Joshi
Finance and climate science: worlds apart? pp. 176-197 Downloads
Vincent Bouchet, Hugo Dayan and Camille Contoux
A naturalistic decision-making approach to managing non-routine fire incidents: evidence from expert firefighters pp. 198-217 Downloads
J. O. Okoli, J. Watt and G. Weller
Anthropogenic risk creation: understanding and addressing the challenges via a conceptual model pp. 218-235 Downloads
Ian G. J. Dawson and Yaniv Hanoch
The utility of social practice theory in risk research pp. 236-251 Downloads
Nina Heidenstrøm
Risk assessment without the risk? A controversy about security and risk in Norway pp. 252-267 Downloads
Anne Heyerdahl
Charting the global rise of the modern plug-in electric vehicle (PEV) pp. 268-270 Downloads
Maeve Carys McLoughlin

Volume 25, issue 1, 2022

Both analysis and feelings? The influence of risk beliefs on holistic risk judgments through dual systems using the ESSA model pp. 1-20 Downloads
Hugh D. Walpole and Robyn S. Wilson
The influence of media consumption on public risk perception: a meta-analysis pp. 21-47 Downloads
Chunhua Niu, Zhixin Jiang, Hongbing Liu, Kehu Yang, Xuping Song and Zhihong Li
Mixed effects of mass media reports on the social amplification of risk: frequencies and frames of the BSE reports in newspaper media in the UK pp. 48-66 Downloads
Hajime Sato and Andrew Webster
Warning dissemination and public response in China’s new warning system: evidence from a strong convective event in Qingdao City pp. 67-91 Downloads
Yinghui Cao, Nianjie Zhang, Xuliang Zhang and Jiahua Zhang
Quality assessment of enterprise risk management programs pp. 92-112 Downloads
Abroon Qazi and Mecit Can Emre Simsekler
The social representation of nanotechnologies and its relationships with those of science and technology: Making familiar the unfamiliar between enthusiasm and caution pp. 113-137 Downloads
Sonia Brondi, Federico Neresini and Andrea Sciandra
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