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Measurement and Evaluation of Perception 7
Effects of Perception Warning and other
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actual occurrence adult members analysis approach to flood attitudes towards flood avoided damage Awareness of Floods behavioural believed the message believed the warning compared to TK correlation coefficient damage TK damage-reducing measures damages to structure depth of flooding expected Flood damages flood loss potentials flood plain occupants flood Table frequency of flooding function of warning human factors impact on damages Inundation inventories moved inventory damages Islam linked Major damage factors major river flood number of adult ordinal scale perceived percentage of inventories PERLEAD and ENTER pooxj possibility of flooding potential damages amounted proportional damage realised resilience-building response to flood responses of sample ROLE OF PERCEPTION safer places sample households sample respondents social variables Source of awareness statistically significant systematically increases Table 5-A Table reveals Tangail Thana three flood types tidal bore total potential damages trust in warning WARNING AND HUMAN warning message warning was given water entered