Query : Risk perception
- Flanquart, Hervé7
- Seoyong Kim6
- Michael Loupis4
- A. Canelles3
- Hellequin , Anne-Peggy3
- Hellequin, Anne-Peggy3
- Jacky Leneveu3
- K. Peters3
- Mireille Mary Laville3
- P. D. Barrera Crespo3
- P. Rodríguez-Escales3
- P. V. N. Araújo3
- Raude, Jocelyn3
- Vallet, Pascal3
- A. Cerase2
- A. Folch2
- A. Pothon2
- Adam Rosman2
- Alan Schwartz2
- Alberto Ramírez González2
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- Economies and Finances50
- Political Science47
- Environmental studies39
- Cultural Heritage and Museology21
- Art and Art History17
- Communication Sciences10
- Archaeology and Prehistory7
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Photobinding of Triflusal to Human Serum Albumin Investigated by Fluorescence, Proteomic Analysis, and Computational Studies
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The domiciliation process of bloodsucking bug vectors of Chagas disease : contribution of the transcriptome chemosensory study
In Latin America, the bloodsucking bugs (Triatominae, Hemiptera, Reduviidae) are vectors of the parasite Trypanosoma cruzi, which causes Chagas disease. More than five million people are infected. Even if chemical control campaigns are effective against vectors, the disease persists due to the recol...
The use of hazard road signs to improve the perception of severe bends
International audience Collision analysis indicates that many car accidents occur when negotiating a bend. Excessive speed and steering wheel errors are often given by way of explanation. Nevertheless, the underlying origin of these dramatic errors could be, at least in part, a poor estimation of be...
Perceptions of the risk of marine submersion by the languedocian coastal population: contribution to coastal vulnerability analysis
This article deals with coastal vulnerability to the risk of marine submersion. This vulnerability is divided into four components: contingencies (weather phenomena, climate change, etc.), challenges (valuation of market and non-market goods, etc.), management (public prevention and repair policies)...
The EduCommunication: an essential route for dealing with natural disasters
RESUMEN Research aims to propose coordinates for an educational communication strategy aimed at increasing the perception of the risk of natural disasters in the district of Tambogrande-Piura-Peru; it is embedded in the emerging field of Education/Communication and builds on the methodology of educa...
Preaching and authority of imams in France
‘titrebRésumé’/titrebLes imams in France are perceived in two contradictory ways: risky social actors and authorities on decline. At the same time, two types of relationship to Islam coexist, be they Muslims born in France or first-time migrants. This study came from a survey carried out in France f...
An empirical study on the management of environmental costs and risks in companies active in Brazil
Environmental management differs between companies in view of their risk exposure. In view of this, the aim of this study is to identify the relationship between Environmental Risk and Environmental Cost Management in companies active in Brazil. This search is applied and exploratory and was carried...
Interpretative agri-enological analysis of kidney transplanted teenagers’ dyads and their parents: a look at identity development, attachment and parental experience during adolescence
This thesis has the central objective of better understanding the experience of adolescents who have received kidney transplantation and that of donor and non-donor parents. It is based on a developmental perspective, where the identity of adolescents is assessed qualitatively and parents’ experienc...
Mass Tourism and sustainable Tourism in Landscape Crisis Period: the Canal du Midi (France)
Dal XVII secolo, il Canal du Midi ha conosciuto conflitti d'uso e paesaggistici molto diverso. Attualmente, la Voies Navigables de France (VNF) come popolazione residenti e turisti devono affrontare una grave crisi paesaggistica e ambientale. La scomparsa dei platani centenari a causa del fungo e de...
Optic nerve massaging: an extremely rare cause of self-inflicted blindness
PURPOSE: To report a patient whose self-inflicted blindness was not clinically apparent by history or external signs of trauma. DESIGN: Observational case report. METHODS: A 12-year-old girl with a history of social and behavioral problems was noted to have visual loss in her right eye. Examination...
Social representations in young users and non-users of psychoactive substances
This study aimed at exploring drug use in adolescents and devising preventive recommendations aimed at replacing those social representations on drugs and their use that may constitute risk factors. A survey was applied to 1492 students of both sexes, aged between 13 and 22 years old in the city of...
Induction of positive emotions during the care of disoriented patients as a protective factor for MSDs in caregivers
Workshop 2: Service relationships, emotional load and influence Taking care of people with disorientation and loss of autonomy are a daily challenge for caregivers, especially during toilet work. This activity involves assistance in moving, stripping, care gestures, dressing and, as the case may be,...
The biographical and school pathways of young people from migration from education
The biographical and school pathway of young people with a migrant background is not free of potential or real risks, and this is demonstrated by overrepresentation of the pupils concerned in training courses with basic or reduced requirements. However, some of them, although exposed to risk factors...
Youth With Chronic Conditions and Risky Behaviors: An Indirect Path.
To compare risk behaviors between youths living with a chronic condition (CC) and their healthy peers, controlling for condition severity. Data were drawn from the baseline wave of the GenerationFRee study (students aged 15-24 years in postmandatory education) during the 2014-2015 school year. The s...
Contagion:Circulation and Pandemic Threats Throughout History
Contagion is a podcast series on circulation and pandemic threats throughout history jointly promoted by Cromohs and the Cost Action CA18140 ‘People in Motion: Entangled Histories of Displacement across the Mediterranean (1492’1923)’, or PIMo The Covid-19 pandemic crisis forced all of us to re-organ...
COVID-19, social distance and adolescents' risk behaviours, wellbeing and life satisfaction: a proxy study drawn from HBSC study
Depriving people of their liberty has devastating effects upon wellbeing and mental health, especially in adolescents. This was the situation with the recent COVID-19 pandemic that forced adolescents to stay at home. In order to simulate a situation of absence of social interactions outside the fami...
The role of negative physical contagion in the purchase of a second-hand product sold online
The perception of negative physical contagion has been identified in the literature as a hindrance to the purchase of second-hand products in an offline context. In view of the development of second hand purchase on the Internet, this article examines the effect of the salient contact between the pr...
Virtual Reality as a new approach for risk taking assessment
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A sociological checklist for assessing environmental health risks
The contribution of social sciences to risk assessment has often been confined to dimensions of risk perception and communication. This article relates an effort to promote knowledge from the social sciences that addresses other dimensions of risk issues. A sociological checklist produced for ANSES...
The ‘anti-mnetic trace’. Assumptions about the mental trauma of the child
Exception of the baby and the very young child, mental trauma in a child, if one is to take into account its particular modes of expression such as the game or design, do not fundamentally differ in its semmiological expression from that of the adult. In both cases, the same terms can be found to de...
Are Perceived Prevalences of Infection also Biased and How? Lessons from Large Epidemics of Mosquito-Borne Diseases in Tropical Regions
International audience Background. Although people are likely to underestimate the frequencies of risks to health from common diseases and overestimate those from rare diseases, we still do not know much about reasons for this systematic bias, which is also referred to as primary bias in the literat...
Perception and reduction of food risk from a consumption perspective
While food is an inherently risky activity, the status of food has changed in recent years. Faced with its own increasingly conflicting aspirations and growing food crises, modern mangers are developing a kind of schizophrenia that allows them to adapt to an increasingly changing environment. This b...
The determinants of households' flood mitigation decisions in France - on the possibility of feedback effects from past investments
Firms and environmental management : management practices in risky sites located on the french coast
The increasing societal awareness and the intensification of the regulation make henceforth strategic environmental issues for pollutant sites. Included within the scope of the CSR, this thesis aims to understand the management decision of environmental risks within risky sites located in French den...
From Genesis to disintegration: The crisis of the political- religious field in Tripoli, Lebanon (1967-2011)
After the assassination of Rafiq Hariri (14 February 2005) and the Syrian withdrawal from Lebanon (April 2005), Hariri’s son, Sa‘d, attempted to federate a national Sunni political public mobilised against Syria, Hizbullah, and Iran. The study argues that Hariri failed to mobilize the different comp...