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Risk: The Science and Politics of Fear

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We are the safest humans who ever lived - the statistics prove it. And yet the media tells a different story with its warnings and scare stories. How is it possible that anxiety has become the stuff of daily life? In this ground-breaking, compulsively readable book, Dan Gardner shows how our flawed strategies for perceiving risk influence our lives, often with unforeseen and sometimes - tragic consequences. He throws light on our paranoia about everything from pedophiles to terrorism and reveals how the most significant ...

Risk: The Science and Politics of Fear 2009, Virgin Books, London

ISBN-13: 9780753515532

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Risk: The Science and Politics of Fear 2008, McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, Canada

ISBN-13: 9780771032998

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Risk: The Science and Politics of Fear 2008, Virgin Books, London

ISBN-13: 9780753513682

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Risk: The Science and Politics of Fear 2008, Scribe Publications, Carlton North

ISBN-13: 9781921215674

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