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Author Nooteboom, Gerben, 1970-

Title Risky everyday : Southeast Asian perspectives
Published Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2015
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Description 1 online resource (117 pages)
Series Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal: Volume 24, Issue 4
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal: Volume 24, Issue 4
Contents Cover; EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD; Guest editorial; The developmental state and social enterprise in South Korea; Understanding social enterprise model development through discursive interpretations of social enterprise policymaking in Australia (2007-2013); Understanding social enterprise country models: Spain; A quantitative critique of Kerlin's macro-institutional social enterprise framework; Understanding the phenomenon of Chilean social enterprises under the lens of Kerlin's approach
Summary In this e-book, we take a perspective 'from below' and focus on people's experiences of risk and disasters, as well as on people's interpretations of risk. Key questions to the contributors are: How do people themselves view the risks that they face and/or take in their everyday lives? How do they interpret and live with risks? How do people's perceptions and interpretations conflict or correspond to those of government officials and scientific advisors? In the end, what are the risk behaviour outcomes? Such questions crucially need to be raised in studies of the 'risky everyday'. Climate chan
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Subject Natural disasters -- Psychological aspects -- Econometric models.
Risk perception -- Econometric models.
Risk perception.
Form Electronic book
Author Hellman, J├Ârgen.
Luna, Emmanuel
Voorst, Roanne van.
Wisner, Ben.
ISBN 1785605178