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Communicating Dynamic Risk in a Connected World; Perceptions and Possibilities
Communicating Dynamic Risk in a Connected World; Perceptions and Possibilities
18 Aug 2015

Communicating Dynamic Risk in a Connected World; Perceptions and Possibilities

Bushfires and natural hazards are a dynamic risk where risk levels are unpredictable and more likely to change or fluctuate quickly. They are also often systemic and can result in unanticipated outcoms. Communication in this area is crucial and is only effective if it is based upon a broader understanding of how people respond to dynamic risk and why.

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