Looking for citizen-centered communication: dialogues between radiological protection or nuclear safety specialists and media professionals

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Looking for citizen-centered communication: dialogues between radiological protection or nuclear safety specialists and media professionals. / Mays, Claire; Valuch, Yaroslav; Perko, Tanja; Daris, Irena; Condi, Chiara; Miśkiewicz, Agnieszka; Zakrzewska, Grażyna; Constantin, Marin; Diaconu, Daniela; Kralj, Metka; Železnik, Nadja.

Journal of Radiological Protection. Vol. 36/2 2016. ed. 2016. p. S143-S159 (Journal of Radiological protection).

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Mays, C, Valuch, Y, Perko, T, Daris, I, Condi, C, Miśkiewicz, A, Zakrzewska, G, Constantin, M, Diaconu, D, Kralj, M & Železnik, N 2016, Looking for citizen-centered communication: dialogues between radiological protection or nuclear safety specialists and media professionals. in Journal of Radiological Protection. 2016 edn, vol. 36/2, Journal of Radiological protection, pp. S143-S159, RICOMET 2015 - Risk perception, communication and ethics of exposures to ionising radiation, Kranj, Slovenia, 2015-06-15. https://doi.org/10.1088/0952-4746/36/2/S143

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Mays, C., Valuch, Y., Perko, T., Daris, I., Condi, C., Miśkiewicz, A., Zakrzewska, G., Constantin, M., Diaconu, D., Kralj, M., & Železnik, N. (2016). Looking for citizen-centered communication: dialogues between radiological protection or nuclear safety specialists and media professionals. In Journal of Radiological Protection (2016 ed., Vol. 36/2, pp. S143-S159). (Journal of Radiological protection). https://doi.org/10.1088/0952-4746/36/2/S143

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Mays C, Valuch Y, Perko T, Daris I, Condi C, Miśkiewicz A et al. Looking for citizen-centered communication: dialogues between radiological protection or nuclear safety specialists and media professionals. In Journal of Radiological Protection. 2016 ed. Vol. 36/2. 2016. p. S143-S159. (Journal of Radiological protection). https://doi.org/10.1088/0952-4746/36/2/S143

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Mays, Claire ; Valuch, Yaroslav ; Perko, Tanja ; Daris, Irena ; Condi, Chiara ; Miśkiewicz, Agnieszka ; Zakrzewska, Grażyna ; Constantin, Marin ; Diaconu, Daniela ; Kralj, Metka ; Železnik, Nadja. / Looking for citizen-centered communication: dialogues between radiological protection or nuclear safety specialists and media professionals. Journal of Radiological Protection. Vol. 36/2 2016. ed. 2016. pp. S143-S159 (Journal of Radiological protection).

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