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Approaches to Influencing Hazard Adjustment Adoption
Approaches to influencing hazard adjustment adoption

Chapter 4 developed a conceptual model of household hazard adjustment adoption by specifying the constellation of antecedent variables, their interrelationships, and their correlations with adjustment adoption intentions (see Goldenberg, 1992). The aim of this explanation was to identify as many of the relevant causal variables as possible (James, Mulaik, & Brett, 1982). This chapter shifts from a theoretical context to an applied one by focusing on variables that environmental hazard managers can either control or measure. The variables that they can control can be used in developing a risk communication strategy, whereas those that they can measure can be used as contingency variables to determine when or where different strategies should be used. Hence, ...

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