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Id: 13412
Autor: Chandessais, Charles A.
Título: A false alarm at Pozzuoli, Italy
Fuente: en: Jones, Barclay G., ed; Tomazevic, Miha, ed. Social and economic aspects of earthquakes. Ljubljana, Yugoslavia. Institute for Testing and Research in Materials and Structures;U.S. Cornell University. Program in Urban and Regional Studies, 1982. p.247-56.
Idioma: En.
Conferencia: Presentado en: Proceedings of the Third International Conference : The Social and Economic Aspects of Earthquakes and Planning to Mitigate their Impacts, Bled, 29 Jun.-2 July 1981.
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Id: 13247
Autor: Ockerby, Peter.
Título: Evacuation of a passenger ship - is panic a major factor ?
Fuente: Australian Journal of Emergency Management;16(1):8-14, Dec. 2001. tab, graf.
Idioma: En.
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Id: 12599
Autor: Major, Ann Marie.
Título: Gender differences in risk and communication behabior : Responses in the New Madrid earthquake prediction
Fuente: International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters;17(3):313-38, Nov. 1999. tab.
Idioma: En.
Resumen: This study examines gender differences in communication behavior, risk perception, and preparedness in response to the highly publicized New Madrid earthquake prediction for a 6.5-7.5 Richter magnitude earthquake on December 2-3, 1990. A survey of 629 respondents in November and a follow-up survey of 496 respondents in February 1991 in the Cape Girardeau, Missouri, community provided the opportunity to assess public response to the false alarm. The analysis includes a panel survey of 290 respondents who agreed in November to a second interview. When compared with men, women were associated with higher levels of interpersonal discussion about the prediction and perceived higher levels of news and media influence on their perceptions of the importance of the earthquake prediction. Contrary to previous studies reporting higher levels of news media use for men, no gender differences in news media use were found. A majority of studies of risk perception suggest higher levels of perceived risk for women than men. In this study, men were associated with higher levels of risk and lower levels of preparedness (AU)
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Id: 7628
Autor: Canada. Underwriters' Laboratories of Canada.
Título: Fire alarm certificate service.
Fuente: Ontario; Canada. Underwriters' Laboratories of Canada; Apr. 1994. 20 p. ilus.
Idioma: En.
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