Risk in Social Science
- Taylor-Gooby, Peter(Professor of Social Policy, University of Kent)Zinn, Jens O.(Research Fellow, University of Kent)
Contributors to this volume - David Abbott, University of Bristol Andy Alaszewski, University of Kent Karen Henwood, Cardiff University Emma Hughes, Cardiff University Bridget Hutter, LSE Anwen Jones, University of York Hazel Kemshall, De Montfort University Jenny Kitzinger, Cardiff University Jane Lewis, LSE Graham Murdock, Loughborough University Nick Pidgeon, Cardiff University Deborah Quilgars, University of York Sophie Sarre, LSE Peter Simmons, University of East Anglia Peter Taylor-Gooby, University of Kent John Tulloch, Brunel University Sarah Vickerstaff, University of Kent Jens O. Zinn, University of Kent
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