Factors influencing societal response of nanotechnology : an expert stakeholder analysis

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Gupta, N.; Fischer, A.R.H.; Lans, van der, I.A.; Frewer, L.J.;
(2012)
  • Subject: benefits | emerging technologies | acceptance | risk perceptions | united-kingdom | attitudes | repertory grid methodology | consumers perceptions | genetically-modified foods | opinion

Nanotechnology can be described as an emerging technology and, as has been the case with other emerging technologies such as genetic modification, different socio-psychological factors will potentially influence societal responses to its development and application. The... View more
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