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The Resource Routledge handbook of risk studies, edited by Adam Burgess, Alberto Alemanno and Jens Zinn, (electronic book)

Routledge handbook of risk studies, edited by Adam Burgess, Alberto Alemanno and Jens Zinn, (electronic book)

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Routledge handbook of risk studies
Title
Routledge handbook of risk studies
Statement of responsibility
edited by Adam Burgess, Alberto Alemanno and Jens Zinn
Title variation
  • Handbook of risk studies
  • Risk studies
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
AU-PeEL
Dewey number
302.12
LC call number
HM1101.R68 2016
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Burgess, Adam
  • Alemanno, Alberto
  • Zinn, Jens
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  • Risk
  • Risk management
Label
Routledge handbook of risk studies, edited by Adam Burgess, Alberto Alemanno and Jens Zinn, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of figures -- List of tables -- Notes on contributors -- Introduction -- Part I Basic concepts and development -- 1 The experience of 'risk': genealogy and transformations -- 2 Probability -- 3 Understanding uncertainty: thinking through in relation to high-risk technologies -- 4 Trust and risk -- 5 The reconceptualization of risk -- 6 Why risk is recursive and what this entails -- Part II Social approaches to risk -- 7 Risk and culture -- 8 Risk and theory in Germany -- 9 Governmentality and the analysis of risk
  • Part III Hazard assessment and decision making -- 10 Assessing and mitigating natural hazards in a very uncertain world -- 11 Heuristics and biases in decision making about risk -- Part IV Risk management -- 12 Health and safety and the management of risk -- 13 Risk management: sociotechnological risks and disasters -- 14 Quantitative risk management and its limits: a UK engineering perspective -- 15 Disaster risk management -- Part V Regulation and governance -- 16 Risk and regulation -- 17 Risk governance: concept and application to technological risk
  • 18 The evolution of the regulatory state: from the law and policy of antitrust to the politics of precaution -- Part VI Key research dimensions -- 19 Risk, medicine and health -- 20 Risk knowledge(s), crime and law -- 21 Risk, social policy, welfare and social work -- 22 Risk and media studies -- Part VII International aspects -- 23 Global risk -- 24 Terrorism, risk and insecurity: debates, challenges and controversies -- 25 Risk, (in)security and international politics -- Part VIII Emerging areas -- 26 Digital risk society -- 27 Risk and ignorance
  • 28 Imagining risk: the visual dimension in risk analysis -- 29 Resilience and risk studies -- 30 Risk taking -- Index
Control code
PurchEBL4470641
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (402 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
SINGLE USER ACCESS. This e-book is restricted to one viewer at any one time. You may download a chapter or page range (subject to the same limits as for printing) as a permanent PDF image file for use on a computer or e-book reading device (including a Kindle)
Isbn
9781317691655
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Routledge handbook of risk studies, edited by Adam Burgess, Alberto Alemanno and Jens Zinn, (electronic book)
Publication
Contents
  • Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of figures -- List of tables -- Notes on contributors -- Introduction -- Part I Basic concepts and development -- 1 The experience of 'risk': genealogy and transformations -- 2 Probability -- 3 Understanding uncertainty: thinking through in relation to high-risk technologies -- 4 Trust and risk -- 5 The reconceptualization of risk -- 6 Why risk is recursive and what this entails -- Part II Social approaches to risk -- 7 Risk and culture -- 8 Risk and theory in Germany -- 9 Governmentality and the analysis of risk
  • Part III Hazard assessment and decision making -- 10 Assessing and mitigating natural hazards in a very uncertain world -- 11 Heuristics and biases in decision making about risk -- Part IV Risk management -- 12 Health and safety and the management of risk -- 13 Risk management: sociotechnological risks and disasters -- 14 Quantitative risk management and its limits: a UK engineering perspective -- 15 Disaster risk management -- Part V Regulation and governance -- 16 Risk and regulation -- 17 Risk governance: concept and application to technological risk
  • 18 The evolution of the regulatory state: from the law and policy of antitrust to the politics of precaution -- Part VI Key research dimensions -- 19 Risk, medicine and health -- 20 Risk knowledge(s), crime and law -- 21 Risk, social policy, welfare and social work -- 22 Risk and media studies -- Part VII International aspects -- 23 Global risk -- 24 Terrorism, risk and insecurity: debates, challenges and controversies -- 25 Risk, (in)security and international politics -- Part VIII Emerging areas -- 26 Digital risk society -- 27 Risk and ignorance
  • 28 Imagining risk: the visual dimension in risk analysis -- 29 Resilience and risk studies -- 30 Risk taking -- Index
Control code
PurchEBL4470641
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (402 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
SINGLE USER ACCESS. This e-book is restricted to one viewer at any one time. You may download a chapter or page range (subject to the same limits as for printing) as a permanent PDF image file for use on a computer or e-book reading device (including a Kindle)
Isbn
9781317691655
Specific material designation
remote

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