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By Marty D. Matlock, Jennie S. Popp, Molly M. Jahn, Nathan P. Kemper

ISBN-10: 113923028X

ISBN-13: 9781139230285

It is a multidisciplinary quantity at the use of agricultural biotechnology to supply a sustainable meals provide.

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However, research has also shown that the processes by which people make sense of mediated information are complex. Steadfast values, such as religious beliefs or deference to scientific authority, sometimes act as perceptual filters that individuals use to process unfamiliar information related to complex scientific concepts. As a result, two individuals may interpret the same media information very differently according to their perceptual filters and reach conflicting conclusions (Brossard et al.

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