Explores the American public's reactions to two specific kinds of terrorist attacks -- a smallpox outbreak and the explosion of a dirty bomb -- as well as their perceptions about terrorism preparedness planning activities.
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Title: Redefining Readiness: Terrorism Planning Through the Eyes of the Public
Publication date 2004-09-01
Publication Year 2004
Roz D. Lasker
Center for the Advancement of Collaborative Strategies in Health
North America / United States
, dirty bomb
, preparedness planning
, smallpox outbreak
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