SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

REFERENCES

  • 1
    Kasperson, R.E., Renn, O., Slovic, P., Brown, S., Emel, J., Goble, R., Kasperson, J.X., & Ratick, S. (1988). The social amplification of risk: A conceptual framework. Risk Analysis, 8(2), 177187.
  • 2
    Pidgeon, N., Henwood, K., & Maguire, B. (1999). Public health communication and the social amplification of risks: Present knowledge and future prospects. In P.Bennet & K.Calman (Eds.), Risk communication and public health (pp. 6577). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • 3
    O'Brien, M. (2000). Have lessons been learned from the UK bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) epidemic). International Epidemiological Association, 29, 730733.
  • 4
    Frewer, L.J. Howard, C., Campion, E., Miles, S., & Hunt, S. (1997). Perceptions of radiation risk in the UK before, during and after the 10th anniversary of the Chernobyl accident. Report to the European Commission. Norwich, UK: Institute of Food Research.
  • 5
    Reilly, J. (1998). “Just another food scare?” Public understanding and the BSE crisis. In G.Philo (Ed.), Message received, (pp. 128145). Essex: Longman.
  • 6
    Fife-Schaw, C., & Rowe, G. (2000). Extending the application of the psychometric approach for assessing public perceptions of food risk: Some methodological considerations. Journal of Risk Research, 3(2), 167179.
  • 7
    Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. (1997). National food survey 1996: Annual report on food expenditure, consumption and nutrient intakes. London: The Stationary Office.
  • 8
    Cade, J., Calvert, C., & Barrett, J. (1998). How could the BSE crisis affect nutrient intake? Comparison of beef and non-beef eating meat eaters from the UK Women's Cohort Study. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 52 151157.
  • 9
    Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. (1998). National food survey 1997: Annual report on food expenditure, consumption and nutrient intakes. London: The Stationary Office.
  • 10
    Royal College of Physicians and Royal College of Psychiatrists, Joint Working Party. (1998). Organophosphate sheep dip. Clinical aspects of long-term low-dose exposure. Wiltshire: Sarum Print Limited.
  • 11
    POST. (2000). Science in the media. Press coverage of GM food. In POST 138 Report Summary May 2000. London: Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology.
  • 12
    The Royal Society (1999). Review of data on possible toxicity of GM potatoes. London: Royal Society Press Office.
  • 13
    BBC News. (1999). Genetically modified food in the headlines. http://news.bbc.co.uk.
  • 14
    Jones, P., Clarke-Hill, C., Hillier, D., & Shears, P. (2000). Food retailers' responses to the GM controversy within the UK. British Food Journal, 102(5/6), 441448.
  • 15
    Miles, S., & Frewer, L.J. (2001). Investigating specific concerns about different food hazards. Food Quality and Preference, 12(1), 4761.
  • 16
    Sparks, P., & Shepherd, R. (1994). Public perceptions of the potential hazards associated with food production and food consumption: An empirical study. Risk Analysis, 14(5), 799806.
  • 17
    Fife-Schaw, C., & Rowe, G. (1996). Public perceptions of everyday food hazards: A psychometric study. Risk Analysis, 16(4), 487500.
  • 18
    Frewer, L.J. Howard, C., & Shepherd, R. (1997). Public concerns in the United Kingdom about general and specific applications of genetic engineering: Risk, benefit and ethics. Science, Technology and Human Values, 22(1), 98124.
  • 19
    Deliza, R., Rosenthal, A., Hedderley, D., MacFie, H.J.H., & Frewer, L.J. (1999). The importance of brand, product information and manufacturing process in the development of novel environmentally friendly vegetable oils. Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing, 10(3), 6779.
  • 20
    Kasperson, R.E., Golding, D., & Tuler, S. (1992). Social distrust as a factor in siting hazardous facilities and communicating risk. Journal of Social Issues, 48(4), 161187.
  • 21
    Johnson, B.B., & Slovic, P. (1995). Presenting uncertainty in health risk assessment: Initial studies of its effects on risk perception and trust. Risk Analysis, 15(4), 485494.
  • 22
    Eiser, R.J., Miles, S., & Frewer, L.J. (In press). Trust, perceived risk and attitudes toward food technologies. Journal of Applied Social Psychology.
  • 23
    Cvetkovich, G., & Löfstedt, R.E. (1999). Introduction. In G.Cvetkovich & R.E.Löfstedt (Eds.), Social trust and the management of risk (pp. 121). London: Earthscan.
  • 24
    Frewer, L.J., Howard, C., Hedderley, D., & Shepherd, R. (1996). What determines trust in information about food related risks? Underlying psychological constructs. Risk Analysis, 16, 473486.
  • 25
    Frewer, L.J., & Miles, S. (Submitted). The stability of the psychological determinants of trust over time: Applicability to communication about food risks.
  • 26
    Gaskell, G., Bauer, M.W., and Durant, J. (1998). Public perceptions of biotechnology in 1996: Eurobarometer 46.1. In J.Durant, M.W.Bauer, & G.Gaskell (Eds.), Biotechnology in the public sphere: A European sourcebook (pp. 189214). London: Science Museum.
  • 27
    Frewer, L.J., Hedderley, D., Howard, C., & Shepherd, R. (1997). “Objection” mapping in determining group and individual concerns regarding genetic engineering. Agriculture and Human Values, 14, 6779.
  • 28
    Siegrist, M. (1998). Belief in gene technology: The influence of environmental attitudes and gender. Personality and Individual Differences, 24(6), 861866.
  • 29
    Fiorino, D.J. (1990). Citizen participation and environmental risk: A survey of institutional mechanisms. Science, Technology and Human Values, 15, 226243.
  • 30
    Renn, O., Webler, T., & Wiedemann, P. (1995). Fairness and competence in citizen participation: Evaluating models for environmental discourse. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • 31
    Rowe, G., Reynolds, C., & Frewer, L.J. (2001). Public consultation and strategic development of regulatory practice about food risks. In L.J.Frewer, R.Schifferstein, & E.Risvik (Eds.), Food, people and society. A European perspective. Munich: Springer Verlag.
  • 32
    Salter, B., & Frewer, L.J. (Submitted). The changing governance of biotechnology—The politics of public trust. Science, Technology and Human Values.
  • 33
    Frewer, L.J. (1999). Risk perception, social trust, and public participation into strategic decision making—Implications for emerging technologies. Ambio, 28(6), 569574.
  • 34
    Frewer, L.J., Howard, C., Hedderley, D., & Shepherd, R. (1999). Reactions to information about genetic engineering: Impact of source credibility, perceived risk immediacy and persuasive content. Public Understanding of Science, 8, 3550.
  • 35
    Chaiken, A.H., & Eagly, S. (1993). The psychology of attitudes. Orlando, FL: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich.
  • 36
    Sjöberg, L., Jansson, B., Brenot, J., Frewer, L.J., Prades, A., & Tonnessen, A. (2000). Risk perception in commemoration of Chernobyl: A cross-national study. Report No. 33. Rhizikon: Risk Research Reports.