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Surpassing the era of disengaged acceptance: The future of public discourse on nuclear energy
Central European Journal of Communication
Both the United Kingdom and Hungary run ambitious nuclear power plans to keep nuclear power as an important element of their energy mixes. The objective of the analysis is to identify if there is the intent and the possibility for a different form of public engagement in shaping the nuclear future. The study builds on the comparative analysis of the cases of Hungary and the United Kingdom. The 'communication packages' theory serves as reference of comparison. The study finds that changingdoi:10.19195/1899-5101.11.1(20).5 fatcat:ayqagbcynfa53jlpvemjha2vyu