The Earthquake-Resistant-Construction Knowledge and Opinions (EKO) questionnaire
- This 25-item survey instrument (questionnaire) was created to test a non-emergency communications intervention designed to encourage earthquake-resistant construction in Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. It was utilized in a randomized controlled trial to measure change in outcomes after viewing a 20-minute theory-based film. Development and test of the EKO questionnaire was reported in the paper: Sanquini AM, Thapaliya SM, Wood MM, (in press). A Survey Instrument to Isolate Effectiveness of a Novel Risk Communication Intervention. Natural Hazards. doi: 10.1007/s11069-016-2179-2
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- Sanquini, AM. (2014). The Earthquake-Resistant Construction Knowledge and Opinions (EKO) questionnaire. Available at: http://purl.stanford.edu/ry685fs3812
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