Terrorism risk perception and individual response in Canada: A social-cognitive perspective

Jennifer E. C Lee
With the aim of shedding light on potential strategies to enhance preparedness for terrorism in Canada, the overarching goal of the present thesis was to develop, test, and refine a social-cognitive model of individual response to terrorism. The specificity of terrorism risk perceptions was explored in a first multi-hazard study, where they were compared with those of other hazards. Analyses performed on data of a national telephone survey on health risk perception (N = 1,503)...
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