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Risk Perceptions

"Risk perceptions are a consequence of a projection of value, representations and meaning of certain events, practices and objects in any similar circumstance .People have broad and complex conception of risk which incorporates factors such as “uncertainty, dread, catastrophic potential, controllability, equity, risk to future generations and unknown risk”. Each of these factors can be influenced by the individual’s access to information and will dictate the nature of reaction to specific risk. Psychologists and others working in the field have well demonstrated that consumers willingly accept high levels of risk voluntarily, but are unwilling to be subjected to risk or uncertainty that is involuntary. Consumers must eat to live; ultimately an involuntary but familiar act. Death or severe illness caused by eating deliberately contaminated food is an involuntary risk, and therefore more troubling than a risk taken voluntarily such as smoking or air travel. Journal of Bioterrorism and Biodefense is a an OMICS Group JOurnal which is one of the top open access publishers with 700+ peer-reviewed journals along with eminent scientists in its Editorial Board and expert reviewers to carry rigorous peer-review process. The peer review process is highly appreciated by researchers globally. Editorial Board Members and Reviewers actively participate in the review process within 21 days and ensure the quality of the manuscripts. In addition to open-access publishing, OMICS also provides E-books, Scholar Central and more than 3000+ International Scientific Conferences under its umbrella. "
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Last date updated on May, 2021