Published in Lab Law Weekly, August 19th, 2005
"This paper presents an empirical study of public conceptions of responsibility and choice in relation to health protection, and the influence of these upon responses to official information. Two contrasting case studies are used, air pollution and childhood immunization (specifically the MMR vaccination)," an investigator in England reports.
"The results confirm social networks and everyday experiences, and social normalization of behavior as important influences upon learning, responses to information,...
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