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The what, how, and when of social reliance and cooperative risk management

Author(s): George T. Cvetkovich, Patricia L. Winter
Editor(s): M. Siegrist, T. C. Earle, H. Gutshcer
Year Published: 2007
Description:

A study of the relationship between public trust and management actions taken by the US Forest Service. This chapter focuses on an analysis of the definitions 'social reliance' and 'trust,' then applies them to various examples, one of which is the cooperative management of US National Forests.

Citation: Cvetkovich, G. T.; Winter, Patricia L. 2007. The what, how, and when of social reliance and cooperative risk management. In Siegrist, M.; Earle, T. C.; Gutshcer, H., eds. Trust in cooperative risk management: uncertainty and skepticism in the public mind. London: Earthscan Publications Ltd: 187-209.
Topic(s): Fire Communication & Education, Public Perspectives of Fire Management, Fire Policy & Law
Ecosystem(s): None
Document Type: Book or Chapter or Journal Article
NRFSN number: 132
FRAMES RCS number: 1469
Record updated: Dec 15, 2017