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Which of the following is NOT an influence on the acceptability of a risk, according to Martin and Schinzinger?
Individuals' selective and inaccurate comparisons of risks are often used for what purposes, according to Winner?
Risks that are part of a job are often treated by workers in what way, according to Martin and Schinzinger?
Head-on collisions of passenger trains in the nineteenth century and mid-air break ups of the first jet airliner, the Comet, in the 1950s demonstrate what, according to Winner?
agnitude and proximity affect our perception of risk, according to Martin and Schinzinger. Which of the following is LEAST likely to affect our perception of risk?