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The Role of Evidence in Risk Characterization

Making Sense of Conflicting Data

The Role of Evidence in Risk Characterization by Peter M. Wiedemann
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Dr. Wiedemann is the Director of the Programme Group MUT at the Research Centre Jülich. He has extensive work-experience in the field of societal conflicts over modern technologies with a focus on risk communication and evidence characterization. A field of special interest is the potential risk of electromagnetic fields. Dr. Wiedemann was elected President (in 2002 and 2003) of the Society for Risk Analysis - Europe (SRA-E). He was called to serve in different sub-committees of the German Radiation Protection Commission and served as a member of the EMF Communication Group at the WHO EMF Project (1998-2000).

Holger Schütz is a senior scientist at the Programme Group MUT. His research focus is on risk perception and risk communication, comparative assessment of environmental health risks, and evidence assessment. He is the first author of the book "Comparative Risk Assessment" published by Wiley-VCH in 2006.
Wiley; September 2008
241 pages; ISBN 9783527622368
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Title: The Role of Evidence in Risk Characterization
Author: Peter M. Wiedemann; Holger Schütz
 
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3527622365
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9783527622368