Social Trust and Life Insurance: The Impact of Genetic Test Results in the Republic of Ireland

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This book investigates the role of incomplete knowledge, social trust and risk perceptions in influencing acceptance of the perceived risks related to insurers using genetic test results. In addition, the author identifies and explains the factors and conditions that affect this risk acceptance pattern. In order to do so, both survey methods and semi-structured interviews are employed. A review of the 'necessity' of life insurance companies to acquire genetic test results is undertaken, followed by an analysis of the ...

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