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Food, Science and Society
Exploring the Gap Between Expert Advice and Individual Behaviour

 

Band_08Science is no longer accorded the general authority it once enjoyed. It is now one among a number of contending stances and it claims to objectivity and value free knowledge are not universally accepted. Thus scientifically based expert advice is increasingly questioned or ignored by consumers. This book looks at the interface between experts and the lay public and some of the many factors that can impinge on perceptions of, and responses to, the scientific approach to food issues.

 

 

 

 

  • Science in the Post Modern World
    Peter S. Belton
  • Food and Culture
    Anne Murcott
  • Science, Society and Public Confidence in Food Risk Management
    Lynn Frewer
  • Food Risks, Public Policy and Mass Media
    Jacquie Reilly
  • Exploring Attitudes to Eating Fruit and Vegetables
    Teresa Belton
  • Novel Foods: The Changing Regulatory Response
    Derek Burke
  • Communication Between Scientists and Rural Communities in Zimbabwe
    Trust Beta
  • Interactive Drama and Scientific Issues
    Malcolm Seddon

 

Belton, Peter/Belton Teresa (Eds.)
Food, Science and Society

Exploring the Gap between Expert Advice and Individual Behaviour
Springer-Verlag, Berlin/Heidelberg/New York 2003
175 Seiten
ISBN 3-54043-743-6  
80,24 Euro