International Journal of Global Environmental Issues (IJGEnvI)

International Journal of Global Environmental Issues

2008 Vol.8 No.1/2

Special Issue on Risk Perception and Social Trust

Guest Editors: Dr. Esperanza López Vázquez and Dr. Nicolás Bronfman Cáceres


Pages Title and author(s)
2-16Risk communication and natural hazard mitigation: how trust influences its effectiveness
Douglas Paton
DOI: 10.1504/IJGENVI.2008.017256
17-29Trust, Confidence and Cooperation model: a framework for understanding the relation between trust and Risk Perception
T. Earle, M. Siegrist
DOI: 10.1504/IJGENVI.2008.017257
30-44Too much trust in (social) trust? The importance of epistemic concerns and perceived antagonism
Lennart Sjoberg, Misse Wester Herber
DOI: 10.1504/IJGENVI.2008.017258
45-60Building and breaking a bridge of trust in a Superfund site remediation
S. Danielson, S.L. Santos, T. Webler, S.P. Tuler
DOI: 10.1504/IJGENVI.2008.017259
61-76Institutional trust, information processing and perception of environmental cancer risk
Craig W. Trumbo, Katherine A. McComas
DOI: 10.1504/IJGENVI.2008.017260
77-89Differences in global risk perceptions of biotechnology and the political economy of the media
Kynda R. Curtis, Jill J. McCluskey, Johan F.M. Swinnen
DOI: 10.1504/IJGENVI.2008.017261
90-111Monitoring environment, health and perception. An experimental survey on health and environment in Flanders, Belgium
Hans Keune, Ilse Loots, Liesbeth Bruckers, Maaike Bilau, Gudrun Koppen, Nik Van Larebeke, Greet Schoeters, Vera Nelen, Willy Baeyens
DOI: 10.1504/IJGENVI.2008.017262
112-131Factor analytic investigation of Canadians' population health risk perceptions: the role of locus of control over health risks
Jennifer E.C. Lee, Louise Lemyre, Louise Legault, Michelle C. Turner, Daniel Krewski
DOI: 10.1504/IJGENVI.2008.017263
132-146Linking environmental risk assessment and communication: an experiment in co-evolving scientific and social knowledge
E.A. Graffy, N.L. Booth
DOI: 10.1504/IJGENVI.2008.017264
147-164Initial public perceptions of carbon geosequestration: implications for engagement and environmental risk communication strategies
E. Miller, J. Summerville, L. Buys, L. Bell
DOI: 10.1504/IJGENVI.2008.017265
165-181Psychosocial factors, perceived risk and driving in a hostile environment: driving through tunnels
Ana V. Arias, Sonia Mayordomo Lopez, Itziar Fernandez, Jose Luis Martinez-Rubio, Alejandro Magallares
DOI: 10.1504/IJGENVI.2008.017266
182-203Social amplification of risk and environmental collective activism: a case study of Cobalt-60 contamination incident in Taiwan
Shu-Fen Kao
DOI: 10.1504/IJGENVI.2008.017267