FPJ1203D - van der Hoeven, D (2015), Food, Genetic Engineering and Public Opinion: Do Popular Concerns Matter?

FPJ1203D - van der Hoeven, D (2015), Food, Genetic Engineering and Public Opinion: Do Popular Concerns Matter?

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FPJ1203D – van der Hoeven, D (2015), Food, Genetic Engineering and Public Opinion: Do Popular Concerns Matter?, in Farm Policy Journal, vol. 9, no. 2, Spring 2015, pp. 19-23, Surry Hills, Australia.

FPJ1203D – van der Hoeven, D (2015), Food, Genetic Engineering and Public Opinion: Do Popular Concerns Matter?, in Farm Policy Journal, vol. 12, no. 3, Spring 2015, pp. 19-23, Surry Hills, Australia.

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