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About this product
- PublisherEmerald Publishing Limited
- Date of Publication23/09/1999
- GenreSocial Issues, Services & Welfare
- Series TitleResearch in Social Problems and Public Policy
- Series Part/Volume Numberv. 7
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintJAI Press Inc.
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight686 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine20 mm
- Edited byTed I. K. Youn,William R. Freudenburg
- Format DetailsLaminated cover
- Table Of ContentsList of contributors. Introduction. Institutional failure in environmental management: toward a fuller understanding of social problems and public policy (W.R. Freudenburg, T.I.K. Youn). Suppression and Failure in Hazard Management. Historical routes to technological gridlock: nuclear technology as prototypical vehicle (E.A.Rosa, D.L. Clark Jr.). The silenced majority: quiescence and government social control on the Oak Ridge nuclear reservation (S. Cable et al.). Lead poisoning research and public health policy in the United States (1924-1987): an analysis of institutional failure (T.H. Tsoukalas). Suppression of dissent in science (B. Martin). Failures of Political Institutions. Erasing community: institutional failures and the demise of Carver Terrace (S.M. Capek). Bureaucratic slippage in environmental agencies: the case of Wetlands regulation (N.T. Krogman). Changing the mindset? Implementing the precautionary principle in Australia (E. Fisher). The questionable success of economic growth in Pakistan (T. Niazi). Institutional failure in the US Forest Service: a historical perspective (P. Hirt). Failures of Scientific Research and Insight. How science altered one view of the forest (J.F. Franklin, K.A. Kohn). Environmental and human change in old-growth forests (N. Langston). Energy quality: the forgotten factor in theories of energy-society relationships (C. Hale). Institutional failure in agro-environmental management (S.A. Wolf, P. Nowak). Natural science, social science, and policy in resource management (D. Policansky). Conclusion. Characterizing and managing environmental and technological risks: some requirements for a new paradigm (J.F. Short Jr.).
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