Radiation risk, risk perception and social constructions. Workshop. Oslo (NOR), 1995/10/19.
It is necessary to prepare the messages on radiation protection before a nuclear accident arises, i.e. in a normal radiological situation.
The approach discussed in this paper is based on the hypothesis that any communication is a relationship between different actors (such as a transmitter and a receiver) whose semantic frames of inference, mainly defined by social and cultural determinants of knowledge, cannot be completely identical.
To work out messages correctly intended for a given receiver, one has consequently to bring out the common semantic references to both the transmitter and the receiver.
That means that actual communication never exists between a transmitter who wants to be seen as the guardian of an exclusive knowledge and a receiver who is generally thought of as being dependent on an exclusive ignorance.
Mots-clés Pascal : Information public, Communication information, Facteur risque, Radioprotection, Aspect social, Aspect culturel, Anthropologie, Connaissance, Transmission information, Modélisation
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Public information, Information communication, Risk factor, Radioprotection, Social aspect, Cultural aspect, Anthropology, Knowledge, Information transmission, Modeling
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