The Shift in Thinking Ethically About Nuclear Accidents: A Comparative Ethical and Historical Case Study

Carmen Kar-Yu Yau
Between 1952 and 2011, many nuclear accidents transformed the public’s perception of nuclear power, yet there continues to be a disconnected relationship between the public’s perception of nuclear accidents and the governmental perception of nuclear accidents. In the 1950s, nuclear accidents were quite unknown and people did not understand the negative consequences associated with such events. By 2011, nuclear accidents had become more known, and people understood the negative consequences and other implications that were...
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