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" The gain in power from techno-economic 'progress' is being increasingly overshadowed by the production of risks. In an early stage, these can be legitimated as 'latent side effects'. As they become globalized, and subject to public criticism and scientific... "
Risk Society: Towards a New Modernity - Page 13
by Ulrich Beck, Scott Lash, Brian Wynne - 1992 - 260 pages
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The Greening of Industry Resource Guide and Bibliography

P. P. Groenewegen - Business & Economics - 1996 - 260 pages
...it is so bound up with these "myths" — and is widely seen as the source of environmental problems ("the gain in power from techno-economic progress...increasingly overshadowed by the production of risks"). Science likewise is under attack for its role in technological development. While much discussion of...
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Phenomenology 2005. Volume 1: Selected Essays from Asia, part 1

Cheung, Chan-fai, Yu, Chung-Chi - Phenomenology - 2007 - 793 pages
..."hazards" and "threats," in the classical stage, could be "legitimated as latent side effects.'" But "[a]s they become globalized, and subject to public...central importance in social and political debates." In other words, "[t]he promise of security" against the destructive forces of risks "must be reaffirmed...
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