Investigating resilience, through ‘before and after’ perspectives on residual risk

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Deeming, Hugh; Whittle, Rebecca; Medd, Will;
(2012)
  • Publisher: Gower
  • Subject: L700

Flooding is not generally regarded as being the kind of hazard that is symptomatic of a ‘Risk Society’ (Beck 1992), in which dangers arise as unintended by-products of technological modernisation and an unquestioning faith in the ability of science to solve social and e... View more
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