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Older Journal Articles on Risk Communication

Balch, G.I., and Sutton, S.M. 1995. "Putting the First Audience First: Conducting Useful Evaluation for a Risk-Related Government Agency." Risk Analysis 15(2): 163-168.

Baram, M.S. and Kenyon, P. 1986. "Risk Communication and the Law for Chronic Health and Environmental Hazards." Environmental Professional 8(2): 165-179.

Cohn, L.D. et al. 1995. "Risk-Perception: Differences Between Adolescents and Adults." Health Psychology 14(3): 217-222.

Covello, V.T. 1987. "Decision Analysis and Risk Management Decision Making: Issues and Methods." Risk Analysis 7(2): 131-139.

Davis, R.S. 1995. "Communicating Environmental, Health, and Safety Information to Internal and External Audiences." Journal of the Society for Technical Communication 42(3): 460-466.

Desvousges, W.H., and Smith, V.K. 1988. "Focus Groups and Risk Communication: The 'Science' of Listening to Data." Risk Analysis 8(4): 479-484.

Diefenbach, M.A., Weinstein, N.D. and O'Reilly, J. 1993. "Scales for assessing perceptions of health hazard susceptibility." Health Education Research 8(2): 181-192.

Eiser, J.R. 1998. "Communication and Interpretation of Risk." British Medical Bulletin 54(4): 779-790.

Freudenburg, W.R and Rursch, J.A. 1994. "The Risks of 'Putting the Numbers in Context': A Cautionary Tale." Risk Analysis 14(6): 949-958.

Frost, K., Frank, E. and Maibach, E. 1997. "Relative Risk in the News Media: A Quantification of Misrepresentation." American Journal of Public Health 87(5): 842-845.

Kasperson, R.E. 1986. "Six Propositions on Public Participation and Their Relevance for Risk Communication." Risk Analysis 6(3): 275-281.

Maibach, E. and Holtgrave, D.R. 1995. "Advances in Public Health Communication." Annual Review of Public Health 16: 219-38.

McCallum, D.B., Hammond, S.L. and Covello, V.T. 1991. "Communicating about Environmental Risks: How the Public Uses and Perceives Information Sources." Health Education Quarterly 18(3): 349-361.

Morgan, M.G., and Lave, L.B. 1990. "Ethical Considerations in Risk Communication Practice and Research." Risk Analysis 10(3): 355-358.

Peters, R.G., Covello, V.T. and McCallum, D.B. 1997. "The Determinants of Trust and Credibility in Environmental Risk Communication: An Empirical Study." Risk Analysis 17(1): 43-54.

Roth, E., et al. 1990. "What Do We Know About Making Risk Comparisons?" Risk Analysis 10(3): 375-387.

Rothman, A.J., Klein, W.M. and Weinstein, N.d. 1996. "Absolute and Relative Biases in Estimation of Personal Risk." Journal of Applied Social Psychology 26(14): 1213-1236.

Rowan, F. 1996. The High Stakes of Risk Communication. Preventive Medicine 25: 26-29.

Rowan, K.W. 1991. "Goals, Obstacles, and Strategies in Risk Communication: A Problem-Solving Approach to Improving Communication about Risks." Journal of Applied Communication Research November: 300-329.

Sandman, P.M., Weinstein, N.D. and Miller, P. 1994. "High Risk or Low: How Location on a 'Risk Ladder' Affects Perceived Risk." Risk Analysis 14(1):35-45.

Santos, S.L. 1990. "Developing a Risk Communication Strategy." Management and Operations November: 45-49.

Sly, T. 2000. "The Perception and Communication of Risk: A Guide for the Local Health Agency." Canadian Journal of Public Health March-April 2000.

STC (Society for Technical Communication). 1995. "STC Ethical Guidelines for Technical Communicators." Tieline May/June: 6.

Warren, T.L. 1993. "Three Approaches to Reader Analysis." Technical Communication 40(1): 81-88.

Weinstein, N.D. and Klein, W. M. 1995. "Resistance of Personal Risk Perceptions to Debiasing Interventions." Health Psychology 14(2), 132-140.

Weinstein, N.D. and Sandman, P.M. 1993. "Some Criteria for Evaluating Risk Messages." Risk Analysis 13(1): 103-114.