By popular demand I have listed below the references I gathered from a recent call for help on risk. Thanks to all those who contributed. I make no apologies for the format – copy and paste job, I’m afraid. Enjoy! PS in the spirit of reciprocity – please do leave further references as comments below.
- Von Clausewitz – On War Volume 3 (see Guide to Tactics – Relation between Magnitude and Certainty of the Result) 283-284
- Peter Read’s book Returning to Nothing is a good look at the consequences of living is high-risk environmental areas: http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=p_k4AAAAIAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=peter+read+lost+places&source=bl&ots=XfZxwSngPd&sig=br3egngxXAoIvefyoeBvrW1k3nM&hl=en&ei=VSlHTav1B4eU4Aa2q53xDw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=2&ved=0CB8Q6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q&f=false
- Biopolitics of Security Research Network website: http://www.keele.ac.uk/research/lpj/bos/index.htm
- Risk in the second edition of Clifford et al. ‘Key Concepts in Geography’ – one from a physical geography perspective and another from a human geog perspective.
- Shaun French and James Kneale: Excessive financialisation: insuring lifestyles, enlivening subjects,
and everyday spaces of biosocial excess Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 2009, volume 27,
- Courtesy of RGS-IBG journals
Brun C 2009 A geographers’ imperative? Research and action in the aftermath of disaster The Geographical Journal 175 196–207
Donovan D 2010 Doing social volcanology: exploring volcanic culture in Indonesia Area 42 117–126
Donovan A and Oppenheimer C 2011 The 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruption and the reconstruction of geography The Geographical Journal 177 4-11
Furedi F 2007 The changing meaning of disaster Area 39 482–489
Greenhough B Jazeel T Massey D 2005 Introduction: geographical encounters with the Indian Ocean tsunami The Geographical Journal 171 369–386
Gregory D 2010 War and peace Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 35 154–186
Lane S Odoni N Landstrom C Whatmore S J Ward N and Bradley S 2011 Doing flood risk science differently: an experiment in radical scientific method Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 36 15-36.
Le Billon P and Waizenegger A 2007 Peace in the wake of disaster? Secessionist conflicts and the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 32 411–427
Mercer A et al 2008 Reflections on use of participatory research for disaster risk reduction Area 40 172–183
O’Brien G O’Keefe P and Rose J 2008 The vulnerable society Area 40 520–521
Reimer S 1998 Working in a risk society Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 23 116–127
- Beck U, 1992, Risk society: towards a new modernity (Sage, London)
- Wynne B. (1996) May the Sheep Safely Graze? A Reflexive View of the Lay-Expert Knowledge. pp27-43 in Lash S., Szerszynski B, and Wynne B. [eds] Divide Risk, environment and modernity: towards a new ecology. SAGE publications, London.
- Regions of Risk: a geographical introduction to disasters, Kenneth Hewitt, 1997;
- Spatiality of Risk, Env and Plan A, 2008, 40.
- Naomi Klein’s TED Talk “Addicted to Risk” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ZhL7P7w3as