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Experts define risk as a combination of the magnitude and probability of adverse effects. Recently, increasing scientific attention has centered on the identification and alleviation of risk in today's world. And Risk Abstracts provides a comprehensive source for interdisciplinary perspectives in this evolving field. Published in association with the Institute for Risk Research at the University of Waterloo, Risk Abstracts encompasses risk arising from industrial, technological, environmental, and other sources, with an emphasis on assessment and management of risk. The database includes occasional articles on topics of significant interest. The broad, multidisciplinary coverage of risk-related concerns ranges from public and environmental health to social issues and psychological aspects. Professionals involved in risk research studies, environmental science, engineering and design, or any type of industry will find in Risk Abstracts essential information that can help them identify, measure, evaluate, and manage risks of all kinds.

Subject Coverage
    Major areas of coverage include:
    • Review Article
    • General: Models, Forecasting
    • Technological Risks
    • Natural Hazards
    • Biological Risks
    • Environmental Risks
    • Medical and Environmental Health
    • Economics, Organization
    • Industrial and Labor
    • Policy and Planning
    • Sociological Factors
    • Psychological Aspects
Dates of Coverage
    1990 - current
Update Frequency
    Quarterly
Size
    Over 0 records as of May 2013
Print Equivalent
    Risk Abstracts (1990 - 2003)
Supplier
    Proquest
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    P.O. Box 1346
    Ann Arbor, MI 48106-1346
    Tel: +1-734-761-4700
Sample Record
    TI: Title
    Ethnic differences in circumstances of abuse and symptoms of depression and anger among sexually abused Black and Latino boys
    AU: Author
    Moisan, PA; Sanders-Phillips, K; Moisan, PM
    AF: Author Affiliation
    Pacific Lodge Youth Serv., 4900 Serrania Ave., Woodland Hills, CA 91364, USA
    SO: Source
    CHILD ABUSE NEGLECT, vol. 21, no. 5, pp. 473-488, 1997
    IS: ISSN
    0145-2134
    AB: Abstract
    Objective: The present study was designed to examine the extent to which ethnic differences in the circumstances of abuse would be related to psychological outcomes and whether the relationship of ethnicity to psychological outcomes would be independent of ethnic differences in the circumstances of abuse. Method: Ethnic differences in the circumstances of the abuse, depression, and anger, as measured by the Children's Depression Inventory and the State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory, were assessed in 60 Black and Latino sexually abused males aged 13 to 18 years. Factors related to levels of depression and anger in these two groups were also identified. Results: Latino males were more likely to have been sexually abused by an extended family member, experienced more genital fondling, and were exposed to more sexually abusive behaviors. Blacks were more likely to be abused by an immediate family member. Black males had higher anger scores than Latino males, but, there were no ethnic differences in depression scores. Both ethnicity and the relationship to the perpetrator were significantly related to scores on the State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory, however, ethnicity was also significantly related to anger scores irrespective of the relationship to the perpetrator. Conclusions: Ethnic differences in the circumstances of abuse were related to psychological outcome and the relationship of ethnicity to anger scores was independent of ethnic differences in the circumstances of abuse.
    LA: Language
    English
    SL: Summary Language
    English
    PY: Publication Year
    1997
    PT: Publication Type
    Journal Article
    DE: Descriptors
    ethnic groups; sexual abuse; psychology; depression; anger; children
    CL: Classification
    R2 23110 Psychological aspects
    EM: Entry Month
    9707
    SF: Subfile
    Risk Abstracts
    AN: Accession Number
    4072037
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    AB = Abstract IS = ISSN
    AF = Author Affiliation LA = Language
    AN = Accession Number NT = Notes
    AU = Authors NU = Other Numbers
    CA = Corporate Author OT = Original Title
    CF = Conference PB = Publisher
    CL = Classification Code PT = Publication Type
    DE = Descriptors PY = Publication Year
    ED = Editor SF = Subfile Name
    EM = Entry Month SL = Summary Language
    ER = Environmental Regime SO = Source
    IB = ISBN TI = Title
    ID = Identifiers TR = ASFA Input Center Number