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In this book, Nicholas Steneck takes an objective look at the multifaceted and still unresolved debate involving government, the public, and industry over the safety and use of microwaves and radio-frequency radiation.
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Nicholas H. Steneck is Professor of History and Director of the Collegiate Institute for Values and Science at the University of Michigan.Review:
"The Microwave Debate is an excellent case study of the difficulties involved in identifying, evaluating, and managing a technological hazard. At the same time, it is also a good study of science in its social context, for it clearly indicates how changing social and political conditions strongly influenced the direction of microwave bioeffects research."
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