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Risk communication and the social amplification of risk

Renn, Ortwin (1991)
Publisher: Universität Stuttgart
Embargo end date: 2016/03/31
Risk communication is a novel concept in the scientific pursuit to understand and analyze risk related decisions and behavior in modem society. But the new term has only changed the focus of attention from a static description of what risk means for different communities to a dynamic analysis on how these communities exchange information about risk and adjust their behavior.The concept of social amplification of risk provides a framework for the analysis of communication as well as other soci...

Some Statistical Problems Arising in Radiocarbon Calibration

unknown (1991)
Publisher: Universitätsbibliothek Tübingen
Embargo end date: 2015/03/24

Nuclear dependence of the production of Upsilon resonances at 800-GeV

Fermilab-Tevatron. Measurement of the nuclear dependence of the production of upsilon resonances in 800 GeV proton, DEUT, C, CA, FE and WT collisions. The tables give the atomic mass dependence the cross section (SIG=SIG(NUCLEON)*A**POWER).. Numerical values supplied by M. Leitch.

Fundamental constants of physics

Okun, L B (1991)
Publisher: No Journal Information
No description provided.

Union Army Recruits in White Regiments in the United States, 1861-1865

Robert W. Fogel; Stanley L. Engerman; Pope, Clayne; Wimmer, Larry (1991)
Publisher: ICPSR - Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research
This data collection was designed to analyze the relationships among height, morbidity, and mortality among individuals recruited into the Union Army. Information about each recruit includes date, place, and term of enlistment, place of birth, military ID number, random number assigned to each company, occupation before enlistment, age at enlistment, and height. Population figures for 1850 to 1860 by race, sex, and county of birth also are included by county and town of both recruit's birth a...

Neutral meson production in relativistic heavy ion collisions


Measurement of charge asymmetry in hadronic Z decays

CERN-LEP. Measurement of the charge asymmetry in hadronic Z0 decays produced in e+ e- collisions. Data come from the 1989 - 1990 LEP running by the ALEPH collaboration. The data are divided into two hemispheres by a plane perpendicular to the thrust axis and the mean difference in the momentum weighted charges between the two hemispheres is measured. In the framework of the standard model this is interpreted as a measurement of sin2tw, the electroweak mixing angle, and the ratio of the vector...

Lateral blow-out failure of headed studs near a free edge

Furche, Johannes; Eligehausen, Rolf (1991)
Publisher: Universität Stuttgart
Embargo end date: 2016/03/31
Pullout tests with headed studs placed near a free edge have been carried out. In most of the tests blow-out failure occurred. On the basis of this and other available test results an empirical equation for calculating the failure load was derived. The equation takes into account the influence of the edge distance, the concrete strength and the load bearing area. The equation for calculating the failure load shows good agreement with the test results. The equation for calculating the critical...

Credibility and trust in risk communication

Renn, Ortwin; Levine, Debra (1991)
Publisher: Universität Stuttgart
Embargo end date: 2016/03/31
The objective of this chapter has been to review the relevant psychological and sociological literature on trust and credibility in communication and to apply the findings of our search to the new area of risk communication. What are the major insights gained from our review and how may they be practically applied to risk communication programs? By carefully framing the information, by tailoring the content to the needs of the final receivers, and by conveying a clear, honest, and appealing m...