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48). Exposure appears to shape societal experiences with risk through the media and through perceptions and intended individual actions. The data reflect the major assumption of the social amplification model, i. , that physical events are observed and interpreted by groups and individuals, amplified through individual and social processors, and then expressed in terms of societal consequences. The social amplification framework provides an integrative concept. The distinction between individual and social amplification stations corresponds with the two traditions in risk perception: the individual processing of information and the social responses to risk based on experience of (dis)trust, the political arena conditions and cultural affiliations.
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Ökologisches Handeln als sozialer Prozess: Ecological action as a social process by Urs Fuhrer (auth.), Prof. Dr. Urs Fuhrer (eds.)