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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1986Advanced Decision - Oriented Software for the Management of Hazardous Substances. Part III - Decision Support and Expert Systems: Uses and UsersOTWAY Harry; FEDRA KurtEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1987An Analysis of the Print Media in Europe Following the Chernobyl AccidentOTWAY Harry; PARUCCINI Massimo; CANNELL William; GIANITSOPOLOUS GiorgiosEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1988Audience Perspectives in the Communication of Technological RiskOTWAY Harry; CANNEL WilliamArticles in Journals
1988A Computer-Based System for Risk Management SupportPECKHAM Robert; OTWAY HarryArticles in Journals
1987Criteria for Technological ChoiceOTWAY Harry; SIMMS D.l.Articles in Journals
1989Deaths vs Survival. A Comment on Munera's LetterOTWAY HarryArticles in Journals
1987Experts, Risk Communication and DemocracyOTWAY HarryArticles in Journals
1989Major Hazard Information in the EC. Requirements, Status and TrendsAMENDOLA Aniello; OTWAY HarryContributions to Conferences
1989Major Hazard Information Policy in the European Community. Implications for Risk AnalysisAMENDOLA Aniello; OTWAY HarryArticles in Journals
1989On the Social Acceptability of Inherently Safe TechnologiesOTWAY HarryArticles in Journals
1989Risk Communication and the Paradigm of ParadoxOTWAY Harry; WYNNE BrianArticles in Journals
1988Risk Communication in Europe After Chernobyl: a Media Analysis of Seven CountriesOTWAY Harry; PARUCCINI Massimo; CANNELL William; GIANITSOPOULOS GeorgiosArticles in Journals
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