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Volume 19, Number 3, 1 December 2000

Introduction: public understanding of genetic engineering
pp. 221-231(11)
Authors: Hampel, Jürgen; Renn, Ortwin

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Attitudes towards genetic engineering
pp. 233-249(17)
Authors: Hampel, Jürgen; Pfenning, Uwe; Peters, Hans Peter

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Risk judgements and intuitive reasoning about the risks of genetically engineered products
pp. 283-294(12)
Authors: Schütz, Holger; Wiedemann, Peter M.; Gray, Philip C. R.

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The cognitive representation of genetic engineering: knowledge and evaluations
pp. 295-316(22)
Authors: Pfister, Hans-Rüdiger; Böhm, Gisela; Jungermann, Helmut

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Human, mutant, machine. On the relationship of body cult and genetic engineering
pp. 317-329(13)
Authors: Hein, Peter Ulrich; Hein, Maria Eva

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Journalists and genetic engineering
pp. 331-343(13)
Authors: Schenk, Michael; Šonje, Deziderio

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Genetic engineering in the international media: an analysis of opinion-leading magazines
pp. 345-363(19)
Authors: Kohring, Matthias; Görke, Alexander

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Summary
pp. 383-388(6)
Authors: Hampel, Jürgen; Renn, Ortwin

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Book Reviews
pp. 389-395(7)

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