Risk in outdoor activities
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Risk is defined as:
The to lose something of . This can be physical, , mentally or financially.
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Perceived risk is:
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The absolute risk of an activity is defined by:
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Explain the perceived and real risks of an activity such as a kayaking trip down low grade rapids. You may relate the perceived risk to your own experience. Provide examples of protocols which would alter the real risk.
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Real risk is:
risk, adjusted by the inclusion of , safety protocols or controls of the activity. This can often result in risk being than absolute risk due to the almost compulsory safety and management .