- 6 years ago
The discourse on nuclear energy is influenced by politics and ideologies. We provide an interactive discussion combined with visual presentations, with special focus on exploring the communication patterns of nuclear catastrophes, nuclear waste deposits, and also the communication of the local ‘hot potato’: the closure and the recently considered possible re-opening of the local uranium mine.
Ms Anna Vári, Research Institute of Sociology of Hungarian Academy of Sciences: Social participation, environmental risk management, and public opinion forming
Mr Zsolt Szijártó, Head of Department of Communication of the University of Pécs: The nature of the debate between ’experts’ and ’lays’ - an example: planned radioactive waste deposit site near Pécs
Balázs Bodó, media-expert: Centre for Media Research and Education (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)
moderator: Márton Fabók