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Mapping Risk Judgment and Risk Taking in Mountain Hiking: An Information Integration Approach

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Risk analysis is essential for promoting hiking-based tourism and for reducing the number of accidents. The objective of the present study was to map positions on risk judgment and risk taking, according to how 395 participants integrated three antecedents of the confidence frame (environment, team, and self). The participants filled out a questionnaire on risk judgment and another on risk taking. Each questionnaire was composed of eight scenarios that combined the three antecedents as information cues. A cluster analysis, repeated-measures analyses of variance, chi-square tests, and bivariate correlation analyses were applied to the questionnaire results. Three positions on risk were identified. The clusters’ composition was related to the members’ gender. A better understanding of information integration approaches may be useful for mountain hiking participants’ safety.
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hal-03830210 , version 1 (26-10-2022)

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Eric Fruchart, Patricia Paques Rulence. Mapping Risk Judgment and Risk Taking in Mountain Hiking: An Information Integration Approach. SSRN Electronic Journal, 2022, SSRN Electronic Journal, ⟨10.2139/ssrn.4017580⟩. ⟨hal-03830210⟩
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