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Effects of management strategy and of site selection process for high-level radioactive waste disposal on acceptance of siting repository in a Germany case

Osawa, Hideaki  ; Hirose, Yukio*; Otomo, Shoji*; Onuma, Susumu*

This study examined effects of a management policy and of site selection process for high-level radioactive waste disposal on acceptance of siting repository in a German case. Data from 1,000 German residents, assigned by population composition ratio of 16 states, were collected in 2018 by internet survey. We assumed three steps of acceptance: management policy, site selection process, and siting repository. We also hypothesized national consensus of the former two steps were relevant factors on the acceptances. Results indicated that national consensus of site selection process directly had an effect on acceptance of siting repository, while acceptance and national consensus of management policy had an effect on national consensus of site selection process. In addition, acceptances of management policy and site selection process had effects on procedural and interpersonal fairness, while national consensus of management policy and site selection process as well as acceptance of site selection had effects on distributive fairness.

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