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Children and Risk
Children and risk
AndrewHope
Introduction

It might seem from watching television news reports or reading daily newspapers that concern with risk is a depressingly prevalent feature of modern existence. Fuelling anxieties, children often appear in such stories, frequently as victims, sometimes as perpetrators. Arguably, no age group is more associated with risk than children. Yet there is often disagreement as to the exact nature of a risk or its relative importance compared with ...

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