Risk and Culture: Essays in the Selection of Technological and Environmental Dangers
"Offering what they call a 'cultural theory of risk perception, ' the authors suggest that peoples' complaints about hazards should never be taken at face value. One must look further to discover what forms of social organization are being defended or attacked."--"New York Times --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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- Professor Mary Douglas(Author) Aaron Wildavsky(Author)
- University of California Press (Aug. 1982)
- Society, Politics & Philosophy
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