Current Directions in Risk Research: New Developments in Psychology and Sociology
AuthorTaylor-Gooby, P; Zinn, J
Source TitleRisk Analysis: an international journal
University of Melbourne Author/sZinn, Jens
AffiliationSocial and Political Sciences
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsTaylor-Gooby, P. & Zinn, J. (2006). Current Directions in Risk Research: New Developments in Psychology and Sociology. Risk Analysis, 26 (2), pp.397-411. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1539-6924.2006.00746.x.
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This article reviews the main approaches to risk in psychology and sociology and considers recent developments. It shows that research continues from a wide range of perspectives. Some developments in psychological thinking have recently acknowledged the importance of the cultural framing of risk perceptions and responses and the positive power of emotions to manage uncertainties, while some streams of work in sociology have moved toward more individualist approaches. These converging processes open opportunities for cross-fertilization and for using insights from both disciplines in the development of research.
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