Noise Annoyance – A Socio-Political Approach

In our previous Issue, Bröer presented research findings of his PhD research project showing that noise annoyance is triggered and shaped by noise annoyance policy itself. Research findings of the Amsterdam Schiphol and Zurich Kloten cases discussed in Issue 37 are put into a global perspective in this article.

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