Risk perception related to terrorism is different to that related to other man-made disasters
It has been stated that risk perception related to terrorism differs from risk perception related to other man-made disasters in terms of a greater fear, lower confidence in authorities, higher unpredictability and the increased perception of the loss of safety (Fullerton et al., 2003 according to Lee & Lemyre, 2009).
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Hazards: Man-made intentional hazards
Disaster Phases: Prevention
Types of Actors Concerned: Non-active citizens