The theoretical framework used in this study is rooted in the social amplification of risk framework (SARF) developed by Kasperson and his colleagues to explain the social responses to risk that were not adequately captured by psychometric risk assessment approaches or the cultural theory of risk (Douglas and Wildavsky 1982, Kasperson et al.
What does SARF stand for?
SARF stands for Social Amplification of Risk Framework
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We have 18 other meanings of SARF in our Acronym Attic
- Sunnyvale Amateur Radio Emergency Service (California)
- Small Arms Readiness and Evaluation Team
- South African Research Ethics Training Initiative
- Search And Rescue Exercise
- Shuttle Amateur Radio Experiment (now Space Amateur Radio Experiment)
- Space Amateur Radio Experiment (formerly Shuttle Amateur Radio Experiment)
- Search and Rescue Fund (reimbursement fund)
- Security Alarm Reporting Function
- Site Acquisition Request Form (various organizations)
- Small Arms Repair Facility (US Department of Homeland Security)
- Société Par Actions de Régime Fédéral (Canada, legal element of corporate name)
- South African Road Federation
- Spatial Arrangement of backbone Fragments
- Special Access Required Facility
- Species Appropriate Raw Food (animal diet)
- Standard Amenity Recreation Fee (USFS)
- State Archive of the Russian Federation (Moscow, Russia; est. 1992)
- Student Affairs Residential Fellow (education)
- Supercompactor & Recovery Facility
- System Access Request Form
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The Social Amplification of Risk Framework (SARF) is one of the directions to interconnect among various approaches of risk , .