“Words of mass destruction”: British newspaper coverage of the genetically modified food debate, expert and non-expert reactions. Cook, G., Robbins, P. T., & Pieri, E. Public Understanding of Science, 15(1):5--29--5--29, 2006.
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This article reports the findings of a one-year project examining British press coverage of the genetically modified (GM) food debate during the first half of 2003, and both expert and non-expert reactions to that coverage. Two pro-
@article{cook_words_2006,
	title = {“{Words} of mass destruction”: {British} newspaper coverage of the genetically modified food debate, expert and non-expert reactions},
	volume = {15},
	abstract = {This article reports the findings of a one-year project examining British press coverage of the genetically modified (GM) food debate during the first half of 2003, and both expert and non-expert reactions to that coverage. Two pro-},
	number = {1},
	journal = {Public Understanding of Science},
	author = {Cook, Guy and Robbins, Peter T. and Pieri, Elisa},
	year = {2006},
	keywords = {GMO, Public Opinion},
	pages = {5--29--5--29}
}
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