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The media, the public and agricultural biotechnology

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Biotechnology -- Public opinion, Genetic engineering -- Public opinion, Genetically modified foods -- Public opinion, Mass media, Communic
Statementedited by Dominique Brossard, James Shanahan, and T. Clint Nesbitt
ContributionsBrossard, Dominique, Shanahan, James, Nesbitt, T. Clint
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTP248.23 .M43 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiv, 405 p. :
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Open LibraryOL17237259M
ISBN 101845932048, 184593203X
ISBN 139781845932046, 9781845932039
LC Control Number2006024389

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This book examines public perception, public deliberation and media presentation of agricultural biotechnology and genetically modified foods. Part I (chapters ) is a review of some of the studies of public opinion about agricultural biotechnology, especially genetically modified organisms.

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Views voiced about GMOs are largely influenced by stakeholders who frame the public debate in the mass media. In this chapter, we discuss the endogenous character of public attitude formation toward agricultural biotechnology and how stakeholders manage to shape a public narrative.

Agricultural biotechnology, just like any other technology, has social and economic impacts. Since its introduction, crops have been safely used, reducing the use of pesticides. Agricultural biotechnology represents only one factor among many others, influencing the welfare and health of citizens and farmers in the developing world.

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In our view, that is not really the right question. The arguments over agricultural biotechnology are both deeply polarized and .Agricultural biotechnology is the process of genetically engineering the food we eat.

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Social media is powerful, but this isn’t news to the agriculture industry. A recent study about how farmers use media found that 42% of farmers who use Facebook and Twitter are using it every day. Whether sharing personal stories or using the sites as news sources, farmers are making their presence known online.