Examines communicating biosecurity risk through an intersubjective critique of participants knowledge differently situated between governing 'experts' and 'lay' stakeholders in analysis of pest and disease import risk. It explores how technoscientific rationalisations are socioculturally constructed and subsequently opened up to critique. It contributes to understanding our performance of sharing knowledge and responsibility in the ethical-relational dynamics and effects of communicating risk in a contemporary context of agricultural biosecurity.
|Qualification||Doctor of Philosophy|
|Award date||31 Oct 2014|
|Place of Publication||Australia|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
Grant, A. (2014). Situating Analysis of Pest and Disease Import Risk in Australian Agriculture: Towards a Poststructural Sociocultural Theory of Communicating Biosecurity Risk. Charles Sturt University.