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Confiance Dans Les Associations De Defense De L'Environnement Et Opposition Aux Ogm En Europe

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  • Samira Chaklatti
  • Damien Rousselière

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L'apparition des plantes génétiquement modifiées, en Europe, a donné lieu à des débats importants notamment en ce qui a trait à la consommation des produits alimentaires issus des procédures de génie génétique. Dans ce contexte le mouvement collectif associatif est apparu comme un acteur important de diffusion de l'information sur le sujet, influençant de cette manière les comportements individuels des consommateurs. A partir des données de l'Eurobaromètre 58.0, on utilise un probit multivarié pour préciser l'importance de la confiance dans les associations de défense de l'environnement sur le niveau d'acquiescement ou de refus des biotechnologies agricoles à usage alimentaire de la part des "citoyens ordinaires". Nous discutons les principaux faits stylisés ainsi caractérisés: notre approche confirme les résultats de la plupart des différentes recherches en théorie du consommateur sur l'importance des attitudes et valeurs personnelles et de l'inscription dans certains réseaux sociaux pour l'opposition ou, au contraire, l'acquiescement aux OGM. Copyright 2007 The Authors Journal compilation © CIRIEC 2007.

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  • Samira Chaklatti & Damien Rousselière, 2007. "Confiance Dans Les Associations De Defense De L'Environnement Et Opposition Aux Ogm En Europe," Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 78(1), pages 21-56, March.
  • Handle: RePEc:bla:annpce:v:78:y:2007:i:1:p:21-56
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