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2008, 1, ISBN 1412806771, ix, 237
Why do people accept ideas that are contradicted by science or logic? In Implausible Beliefs, Allan Mazur offers a comparative look at the nature of irrational belief systems, their social roots, and their cultural and political impact... 
General Psychology | Evidences, authority, etc | Irrationalism (Philosophy) | Belief and doubt | Bible
Book
2004, ISBN 1891853554, viii, 191
...? Are genetically modified foods a cause for concern? Addressing one of the most vexing problems in risk policy, Allan Mazur asks how we can tell, at an early stage, how seriously we should take a new warning... 
Health risk assessment | History | Risk | Governance - Politics & International Relations | Politics & International Relations | Science & Technology | Health risk assessment - History - 20th century
Book
07/2017, ISBN 9781412806770, 246
Why do people accept ideas that are contradicted by science or logic? In Implausible Beliefs, Allan Mazur offers a comparative look at the nature of irrational belief systems, their social roots, and their cultural and political impact... 
General Psychology
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Society, ISSN 0147-2011, 2/2019, Volume 56, Issue 1, pp. 105 - 105
...CORRECTION Correction to: Birth and Death(?) of the Anti-Fracking Movement: Inferences from Quantity of Coverage Theory Allan Mazur 1 Published online: 17... 
Sociology, general | Social Sciences | Political Science | Coverage
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2007, ISBN 9780742548046, ix, 237
Book
Nutrition journal, ISSN 1475-2891, 2011, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 23 - 23
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1981, ISBN 9780894610349, x, 150
Book
08/2017, ISBN 1138103403, 202
Newspapers and TV often report controversial risk warnings over technological innovations, scientific developments, or environmental hazards that have at their... 
news | Public Policy
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Public understanding of science (Bristol, England), ISSN 1361-6609, 2014, Volume 25, Issue 2, pp. 207 - 222
In 2010-2012, the controversy over fracking grew rapidly, first in the United States, and then internationally. An important step was the anti-fracking... 
hydraulic fracturing | news coverage | fracking | controversy | HISTORY & PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE | COMMUNICATION | HAZARDS | Newspapers as Topic | Public Opinion | Attitude | United States | Hydraulic Fracking | Faucets | Motion picture festivals | Shale | Documentary films | Aquifers | Shale gas | News coverage | Public concern | Offshore | News media | Risk assessment | News | Newspapers | Nomination | Mass media
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The tribune (Scranton, Pa. 1990), ISSN 1062-5844, 05/2017
...Allan and Lorriane Pugh Batzel, Lake Ariel, will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Thursday. They were married May 11, 1957, by the Rev. Burton B... 
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Virology, ISSN 0042-6822, 2015, Volume 485, pp. 422 - 430
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2018, 1, ISBN 1138103403, Volume 1, 202
iNewspapers and TV often report controversial risk warnings over technological innovations, scientific developments, or environmental hazards that have at... 
Public Policy | Science and state | Technology and state | Technology
eBook
Politics and the life sciences, ISSN 0730-9384, 2004, Volume 23, Issue 2, pp. 55 - 61
.../poli/2004/14715457-23.2/cover.jpg Allan Mazur (2004) Believers and disbelievers in evolution. Politics and the Life Sciences: Vol. 23, No. 2, pp. 55-61. doi: http... 
Dogmatism | Conservatism | Humans | Bible | Evolution | Political ideologies | Christianity | Religiosity | Educational attainment | Liberalism | Religion and science | Academic achievement | Beliefs, opinions and attitudes | Americans | Research | Political aspects | Religious aspects | Ideology | Influence | Public opinion | Comparative analysis | Religion | Politics | Education
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The Aging Male, ISSN 1473-0790, 2009, Volume 12, Issue 2-3, pp. 66 - 76
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Evolution: Education and Outreach, ISSN 1936-6426, 12/2010, Volume 3, Issue 4, pp. 629 - 632
...EDUCATION ARTICLE Do Americans Believe Modern Earth Science? Allan Mazur Published online: 3 June 2010 # Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2010 Abstract... 
Life Sciences | Learning & Instruction | Sociology of Education | Teaching and Teacher Education | Creationism | Continental drift | Religion | Big Bang | Evolution | Evolutionary Biology | Education, general | Human evolution | Plate tectonics | Tectonics (Geology) | Americans
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