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Use of a Modified Social Cubism Conflict Analysis Model for Environmental Health Practice: A Method Application Case Study During Indoor Air Quality Investigations
International Journal of Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Studies
The existing literature associates poor health with mold in indoor air. However, there is no regulated exposure limit or standard for analysis of airborne mold spores and most other bioaerosols in indoor environments. Thus, conflicts arise between employees, employers, health care organizations, legal and public affairs representatives, and regulatory agencies, preventing timely solutions and resulting in continued exposures, acute and chronic illness, resource expenditures, property damage,fatcat:4or3bwpaijcm3caqighaygvii4