Risk communication and community resilience / edited by Bandana Kar and David M. Cochran, Jr.  (Text) (Text)

Kar, Bandana | Cochran, David M
Call no.: T10.68 .R575 2020Series: Routledge studies in hazards, disaster risk, and climate change: Publication: London : Routledge, 2020Description: xxiii, 288 p. : illNotes: Reprint. Originally published: 2019.ISBN: 9780367728137; 0367728133Subject(s): Risk communicationEmergency communication systemsEmergency managementLOC classification: T10.68 | .R575 2020
Contents:Text-to-action : understanding the interaction between accessibility of wireless emergency alerts and behavioral response / DeeDee Bennett and Salimah LaForce -- Bounded rationality and federal disaster recovery information : understanding why access to information matters / Jason D. Rivera -- Public expectations of and responses to WEA message content / Bandana Kar, David M. Cochran, Jr., Joslyn Zale, Nicole Callais, and Xiaohui Liu -- River of difference : using participatory risk mapping to assess perceived risks in Laredo, Texas, USA and nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico / Andrew M. Hilburn and Thomas T. Zawisza -- Local emergency planning committees (LEPCS) : 30 years as cross-sector forums for community risk communication / Ava M. Christie -- Harnessing the power of social media for disaster risk reduction and the mitigation planning process / Suzanne L. Frew -- Promoting public involvement in disaster risk communication in Nigeria / Ponmile Olonilua -- Earthquake early warning systems : international experience / Frances L. Edwards, Daniel C. Goodrich, Margaret Hellweg, and Jennifer A. Strauss -- The role of social media in enhancing risk communication and promoting community resilience in the midst of a disaster / Kathryn E. Anthony, Steven J. Venette, Andrew S. Pyle, Brandon C. Boatwright, and Carrie E. Reif-Stice -- The ports resilience index : a participatory approach to building resilience / Lauren L. Morris and Tracie Sempier -- Advancing resilience post-disaster : improving designer-user communication in the post-lushan earthquake reconstruction and recovery / Haorui Wu -- A case study of climate change, extreme weather events, and risk communication in a coastal community / Christopher A. Craig, Elizabeth L. Petrun Sayers, and Song Feng -- Waves of change : coastal hazards, tourism development, and risk communication along the pacific coast of nicaragua / Matthew L. Fahrenbruch -- Risk and crisis communication in schools : understanding current challenges and opportunities / Tyler G. Page, Brooke Fisher Liu, Holly Ann Roberts, and Michael Egnoto -- The use of social media in crisis communication / Amber Silver -- Index.
Summary: Risk communication is crucial to building community resilience and reducing risk from extreme events. True community resilience involves accurate and timely dissemination of risk information to stakeholders. This book examines the policy and science of risk communication in the digital era. Themes include public awareness of risk and public participation in risk communication and resilience building. The first half of the book focuses on conceptual frameworks, components, and the role of citizens in risk communication. The second half examines the role of risk communication in resilience building and provides an overview of some of its challenges in the era of social media. This book looks at the effectiveness of risk communication in socially and culturally diverse communities in the developed and developing world.0The interdisciplinary approach bridges academic research and applied policy action. Contributions from Latin America and Asia provide insight into global risk communication at a time when digital technologies have rapidly transformed conventional communication approaches.
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Reprint. Originally published: 2019.

Text-to-action : understanding the interaction between accessibility of wireless emergency alerts and behavioral response / DeeDee Bennett and Salimah LaForce -- Bounded rationality and federal disaster recovery information : understanding why access to information matters / Jason D. Rivera -- Public expectations of and responses to WEA message content / Bandana Kar, David M. Cochran, Jr., Joslyn Zale, Nicole Callais, and Xiaohui Liu -- River of difference : using participatory risk mapping to assess perceived risks in Laredo, Texas, USA and nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico / Andrew M. Hilburn and Thomas T. Zawisza -- Local emergency planning committees (LEPCS) : 30 years as cross-sector forums for community risk communication / Ava M. Christie -- Harnessing the power of social media for disaster risk reduction and the mitigation planning process / Suzanne L. Frew -- Promoting public involvement in disaster risk communication in Nigeria / Ponmile Olonilua -- Earthquake early warning systems : international experience / Frances L. Edwards, Daniel C. Goodrich, Margaret Hellweg, and Jennifer A. Strauss -- The role of social media in enhancing risk communication and promoting community resilience in the midst of a disaster / Kathryn E. Anthony, Steven J. Venette, Andrew S. Pyle, Brandon C. Boatwright, and Carrie E. Reif-Stice -- The ports resilience index : a participatory approach to building resilience / Lauren L. Morris and Tracie Sempier -- Advancing resilience post-disaster : improving designer-user communication in the post-lushan earthquake reconstruction and recovery / Haorui Wu -- A case study of climate change, extreme weather events, and risk communication in a coastal community / Christopher A. Craig, Elizabeth L. Petrun Sayers, and Song Feng -- Waves of change : coastal hazards, tourism development, and risk communication along the pacific coast of nicaragua / Matthew L. Fahrenbruch -- Risk and crisis communication in schools : understanding current challenges and opportunities / Tyler G. Page, Brooke Fisher Liu, Holly Ann Roberts, and Michael Egnoto -- The use of social media in crisis communication / Amber Silver -- Index.

Risk communication is crucial to building community resilience and reducing risk from extreme events. True community resilience involves accurate and timely dissemination of risk information to stakeholders. This book examines the policy and science of risk communication in the digital era. Themes include public awareness of risk and public participation in risk communication and resilience building. The first half of the book focuses on conceptual frameworks, components, and the role of citizens in risk communication. The second half examines the role of risk communication in resilience building and provides an overview of some of its challenges in the era of social media. This book looks at the effectiveness of risk communication in socially and culturally diverse communities in the developed and developing world.0The interdisciplinary approach bridges academic research and applied policy action. Contributions from Latin America and Asia provide insight into global risk communication at a time when digital technologies have rapidly transformed conventional communication approaches.

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