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give an example of a low hazard risk but a high outrage risk.
When people are frightened or angry about what a company believes to be a low risk - such as the chance of developing cancer by living near an emission-spewing factory - data, statistics, refutations and defensiveness will not placate people, [ warned Sandman, who calls this a situation in which the hazard is low, but outrage is high. In such circumstances, he says, company officials must first
let people vent. ]
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User: give an example of a low hazard risk but a high outrage risk.

Weegy: When people are frightened or angry about what a company believes to be a low risk - such as the chance of developing cancer by living near an emission-spewing factory - data, statistics, refutations and defensiveness will not placate people, [ warned Sandman, who calls this a situation in which the hazard is low, but outrage is high. In such circumstances, he says, company officials must first let people vent. ]
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User: what is the differentiate between hazard and outrage?





Weegy: In brief: Hazard vs Outrage • Perceived risk is always more important than actual risk, and this is what is exemplified by the concepts of hazard and outrage. • If outrage is less, [ perceived risk is also small despite the fact that hazard remains the same. • On the other hand, perceived risk becomes high when outrage is high even if actual hazard is low. Read more: ]
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User: define outrage.

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