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The literature of environmental communication
Adams, S. T. (1999). Critiquing claims about global warming from the world wide web: a comparison of high school students and specialists. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 19(6), 539-543.

Ader, C. R. (1995). A Longitudinal Study of Agenda Setting for the Issue of Environmental Pollution. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 72(2), 300-311.

Al-Madani, I. M., Abdullah, A. A., & Abdulqadir, Z. (1997). Content Analysis of Environmental Subjects in the State of Bahrain Transliterated title not available. Journal of the Gulf and Arabian Peninsula Studies, 22(86), 39-62.

Alam, S. M. N. (1990). Perceptions of Flood among Bangladeshi Villagers. Disasters, 14(4), 354-357.

Albert, B. (1992). Indian Lands, Environmental-Policy and Military Geopolitics in the Development of the Brazilian Amazon - the Case of the Yanomami. Development and Change, 23(1), 35-70.

Alder, G. S. (1997). Managing environmental uncertainty with legitimate authority: A comparative analysis of the Mann Gulch and Storm King Mountain fires. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 25(2), 98-114.

Aldrich, T. E. (2000). Environmental epidemiology forward. Chemosphere, 41(1-2), 59-67.

Alexander, D. (1995). Newspaper Reporting of the May 1993 Florence Bomb. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 13(1), 45-65.

Ali, S. H. (1999). The search for a landfill site in the risk society. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, 36(1), 1-19.

Allison, D. B., & Faith, M. S. (1997). A proposed heuristic for communicating heritability estimates to the general public, with obesity as an example. Behavior Genetics, 27(5), 441-445.

Allison, E. W., & Allison, M. A. (1995). Using Culture and Communications Theory in Postmodern Urban Planning: A Cybernetic Approach. Communication Research, 22(6), 627-645.

Alsop, S. (1999). Understanding understanding: a model for the public learning of radioactivity. Public Understanding of Science, 8(4), 267-284.

Altheide, D. L. (1994). An Ecology of Communication - toward a Mapping of the Effective Environment. Sociological Quarterly, 35(4), 665-683.

Althoff, P., Greig, W. H., & Stuckey, F. (1973). Environmental Pollution Control Attitudes of Media Managers in Kansas. Journalism Quarterly, 50(4), 666-672.

Andersen, P. A., Lustig, M. W., & Andersen, J. F. (1990). Changes in Latitude, Changes in Attitude: The Relationship between Climate and Interpersonal Communication Predispositions. Communication Quarterly, 38(4), 291-311.

Anderson, A. (1991). Source Strategies and the Communication of Environmental Affairs. Media Culture & Society, 13(4), 459-476.

Annis, S. (1992). Evolving Connectedness among Environmental Groups and Grassroots Organizations in Protected Areas of Central America. World Development, 20(4), 587-595.

Antonini, E. (1998). Communicating International Risk. An Analysis of Some European Newspapers Comunicare il rischio internazionale analisi di alcuni quotidiani Europei. Sociologia, 32(2-3), 209-222.

Arvai, J. L. (2000). Evaluating NASA's role in risk communication process surrounding space policy decisions. Space Policy, 16(1), 61-69.

Arvanitis, R., & Chatelin, Y. (1988). National Scientific Strategies in Tropical Soil Sciences. Social Studies of Science, 18(1), 113-146.

Asmus, W. A. (1998). Pragmatic uses of metaphor: models and metaphor in the nuclear winter scenario. Communication Monographs, 65(1).

Athanasiou, T. (1996). The Age of Greenwashing. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 7(1(25)), 1-36.

Atwood, L. E. (1993). Perceived Impact of an Earthquake Prediction: The Third Person Effect. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 11(3), 365-378.

Atwood, L. E., & Major, A. M. (1998). Exploring the "Cry Wolf" Hypothesis. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 16(3), 279-302.

Ayer, H. W. (1997). Grass roots collective action: Agricultural opportunities. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 22(1), 1-11.

Ayish, M. (1991). Risk Communication: A Cross-Cultural Study. European Journal of Communication, 6(2), 213-222.

Baas, J. M., Ewert, A., & Chavez, D. J. (1993). Influence of Ethnicity on Recreation and Natural-Environment Use Patterns - Managing Recreation Sites for Ethnic and Racial Diversity. Environmental Management, 17(4), 523-529.

Backes, D. (1995). The Biosocial Perspective and Environmental Communication- Research. Journal of Communication, 45(3), 147-163.

Bader, R. (1993). Overcoming False Public Beliefs - Possible Strategies for Improving Environmental Risk Literacy. Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry, 40(1-4), 275-288.

Bahk, C. M., & Neuwirth, K. (2000). Impact of Movie Depictions of Volcanic Disaster on Risk Perception and Judgments. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 18(1), 63-84.

Baird, J. C. (1986). Prediction of environmental risk over very long time scales. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 6(3), 233-244.

Baker, F. (1990). Risk Communication about Environmental Hazards. Journal of Public Health Policy, 11(3), 341-359.

Bandara, C. M. M. (1989). Environmental Awareness among the Most Vulnerable Communities in Developing Countries. International Social Science Journal, 41(3(121)), 441-448.

Bandoroff, S., McIntosh, J., Moncher, F. J., Peavler, K., Rotunda, R., & Sebastian, J. (1993). Secondary Prevention: Implementation of a School-Based Intervention Designed to Cope with the Effects of Hurricane Hugo. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 8(5), 321-332.

Bandyopadhyaya, J. (1978). Climate as an Obstacle to Development in the Tropics. International Social Science Journal, 30(2), 339-352.

Bardini, T. (1994). A Translation Analysis of the Green Revolution in Bali. Science, Technology, and Human Values, 19(2), 152-168.

Barlow, H. D. (1993). Safety Officer Accounts of Earthquake Preparedness at Riverside Industrial Sites. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 11(3), 421-435.

Barns, I. J., & Wilson, S. A. (1996). Scientists and the broader community. International Journal of Environment and Pollution, 6(2-3), 142-148.

Barton, R. L. (1988). TV News and the Language of Acid Rain in Canadian-American Relations. Political Communication and Persuasion, 5(1), 49-65.

Bauer, M. (1996). Transport and the environment: Can technology provide the answers? Energy Policy, 24(3), 685.

Beaumont, R., Hamilton, R. S., Machin, N., Perks, J., & Williams, I. D. (1999). Social awareness of air quality information. Science of the Total Environment, 235(1-3), 319-329.

Beierle, T. C., & Konisky, D. M. (2000). Values, conflict, and trust in participatory environmental planning. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 19(4), 587-602.

Bell, A. (1994). Climate of Opinion: Public and Media Discourse on the Global Environment. Discourse & Society, 5(1), 33-64.

Bell, C., & Lyall, J. (2000). Community in the new epoch: the social ergonomics of community design. Futures, 32(8), 749-758.

Bell, D. (1993). Framing Nature: First Steps into the Wilderness for a Sociology of the Landscape. Irish Journal of Sociology, 3, 1-22.

Bell, D. (1995). Picturing the Landscape: Die Grune Insel: Tourist Images of Ireland. European Journal of Communication, 10(1), 41-62.

Benavides de Finol, L. (1998). Environmental Psychology, Social Perception and Communication tal, percepcion y comunicacion social. Espacio abierto, 7(2), 245-259.

Bendix, J., & Liebler, C. M. (1991). Environmental Degradation in Brazilian Amazonia - Perspectives in United-States News Media. Professional Geographer, 43(4), 474-485.

Bendix, J., & Liebler, C. M. (1999). Place, distance, and environmental news: Geographic variation in newspaper coverage of the spotted owl conflict. Association of American Geographers. Annals of the Association, 89(4), 658-676.

Benedittis, M. d. (1999). Media, Communication, and Environmental Values: The Perspective of Genoese Environmental Leaders Media, comunicazione e diffusione dei valori ambientali: la prospettiva dei Leaders ambientalisti genovesi. Studi di Sociologia, 37(1), 123-133.

Bengston, D. N., & Fan, D. P. (1999). Roads on the US national forests - An analysis of public attitudes, beliefs, and values expressed in the news media. Environment and Behavior, 31(4), 514-539.

Bennett, W. L., & Lawrence, R. G. (1995). New Icons and the Mainstreaming of Social Change. Journal of Communication, 45(3), 20-39.

Benton, L. M. (1995). Selling the Natural or Selling out - Exploring Environmental Merchandising. Environmental Ethics, 17(1), 3-22.

Bianchi, G. (1997). Training in Skills for Coping with Democracy. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science and Medicine, 552, 114-124.

Biel, A., & Garling, T. (1995). The Role of Uncertainty in Resource Dilemmas. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 15(3), 221-233.

Bierly, E. W. (1988). The World Climate Program: Collaboration and Communication on a Global Scale. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science and Medicine, 495, 106-116.

Binney, S. E., Mason, R., Martsolf, S. W., & Detweiler, J. H. (1996). Credibility, Public Trust, and the Transport of Radioactive Waste through Local Communities. Environment and Behavior, 28(3), 283-301.

Birke, L. (2000). Sitting on the fence: Biology, feminism and gender-bending environments. Womens Studies International Forum, 23(5), 587-599.

Birkland, T. A. (1996). Natural Disasters as Focusing Events: Policy Communities and Political Response. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 14(2), 221-243.

Bishop, K., & Scott, W. (1998). Deconstructing action competence: developing a case for a more scientifically-attentive environmental education. Public Understanding of Science, 7(3), 225-236.

Blain, M. (1991). Rhetorical Practice in an Anti-Nuclear Weapons Campaign. Peace & Change, 16(4), 355-378.

Blanchard-Boehm, R. D. (1998). Understanding Public Response to Increased Risk from Natural Hazards: Application of the Hazards Risk Communication Framework. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 16(3), 247-278.

Blocker, T. J., Rochford, E. B., Jr., & Sherkat, D. E. (1991). Political Responses to Natural Hazards: Social Movement Participation following a Flood Disaster. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 9(3), 367-382.

Bnuri, T. (1994). Noah's Ark or Jesus' Cross? UNCED as a Tale of Two Cities. Review, 17(2), 187-213.

Bobkov, I. V. (1986). The Social Reference Point of Urban Planning Decisions tiry gradostroitel'nykh resheniy. Sotsiologicheskie Issledovaniya, 13(3), 155-158.

Boggs, J. P. (1992). Implicit Models of Social Knowledge Use. Knowledge-Creation Diffusion Utilization, 14(1), 29-62.

Boivin, M. J. (1997). An ecological paradigm for a health behavior analysis of "Konzo", a paralytic disease of Zaire from toxic cassava. Social Science & Medicine, 45(12), 1853-1862.

Bond, C. E. (1979). The Energy-Environment Crisis: Values and the Structure of Social Problems. Sociological Focus, 12(2), 125-139.

Booth, D. E. (1995). Economic Growth and the Limits of Environmental Regulation: A Social Economic Analysis. Review of Social Economy, 53(4), 553-573.

Bord, R. J., & O' Connor, R. E. (1997). The gender gap in environmental attitudes: The case of perceived vulnerability to risk. Social Science Quarterly, 78(4), 830-840.

Bord, R. J., & O'Connor, R. E. (1990). Risk Communication, Knowledge, and Attitudes: Explaining Reactions to a Technology Perceived as Risky. Risk Analysis, 10(4), 499-506.

Bord, R. J., & O'Connor, R. E. (1992). Determinants of Risk Perceptions of a Hazardous Waste Site. Risk Analysis, 12(3), 411-429.

Bord, R. J., & O'Connor, R. E. (1997). The gender gap in environmental attitudes: The case of perceived vulnerability to risk. Social Science Quarterly, 78(4), 830-840.

Boudreault, P.-W. (1998). Forms of Contemporary Sociality as Social Change. Questions in the Style of Walter Benjamin and Michel Maffesoli on the Cult of Objects after the "Natural" Catastrophe of 1996 in Saguenay te contemporaine comme changement social. Questionnement a partir de Walter Benjamin et de Michel Maffesoli sur le culte des objets apres la catastrophe "naturelle" de 1996 au Saguenay. Societes, 4(62), 63-72.

Boulding, K. E. (1978). Sociobiology or Biosociology? Society, 15(6(116)), 28-34.

Bowonder, B. (1981). Environmental Risk Assessment Issues in the Third World. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 19(1), 99-127.

Boyd, B. K., Dess, G. G., & Rasheed, A. M. A. (1993). Divergence between Archival and Perceptual Measures of the Environment - Causes and Consequences. Academy of Management Review, 18(2), 204-226.

Boyne, R. (1998). The Politics of Risk Society. History of the Human Sciences, 11(3), 125-130.

Bradbury, J. A. (1994). Risk Communication in Environmental Restoration Programs. Risk Analysis, 14(3), 357-363.

Brammall, K. M. (1996). Monstrous metamorphosis: Nature, morality, and the rhetoric of monstrosity in Tudor England. The Sixteenth Century Journal, 27(1).

Brand, H., & Lenz, T. (1993). Information-Systems for the Public-Health Services - What Do They Need. Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry, 40(1-4), 301-304.

Bray, S. L. (1997). Sealing the conceptual cracks in the SEC's environmental disclosure rules: A risk communication approach. University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law, 18(2), 655-687.

Briassoulis, H. (1995). Environmental Criteria in Industrial Facility Siting Decisions - an Analysis. Environmental Management, 19(2), 297-311.

Brick, P. (1995). Determined opposition: The Wise Use Movement challenges environmentalism. Environment, 37(8).

Brickey, K. F. (1998). The rhetoric of environmental crime: Culpability, discretion, and structural reform. Iowa Law Review, 84(1), 115-145.

Bridger, J. C. (1996). Community imagery and the built environment. Sociological Quarterly, 37(3), 353-374.

Brody, M. J. (1996). An assessment of 4th-, 8th-, and 11th-grade students' environmental science knowledge related to Oregon's marine resources. Journal of Environmental Education, 27(3), 21-27.

Brosius, J. P. (1997). Endangered forest, endangered people: Environmentalist representations of indigenous knowledge. Human Ecology, 25(1), 47-69.

Brotherton, I., & Hetherington, M. (1990). On partial consultation in forestry. Environment & Planning A, 22(5), 683.

Brown, N. J., Swetnam, R. D., Treweek, J. R., Mountford, J. O., Caldow, R. W. G., Manchester, S. J., Stamp, T. R., Gowing, D. J. G., Soloman, D. R., & Armstrong, A. C. (1998). Issues in GIS development: adapting to research and policy- needs for management of wet grasslands in an Environmentally Sensitive Area. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 12(5), 465-478.

Brown, P. (1987). Popular Epidemiology: Community Response to Toxic Waste-Induced Disease in Woburn, Massachusetts. Science, Technology, and Human Values, 12(3-4), 78-85.

Browne, M. N., & Kubasek, N. K. (1999). A communitarian green space between market and political rhetoric about environmental law. American Business Law Journal, 37(1), 127-169.

Browne, S. H. (1990). The Political Uses of Pastoral: Rhetorical Dynamics in John Dickinson's First Letter from a Farmer in Pennsylvania. The Quarterly Journal of Speech, 76(1).

Brulle, R. J. (1996). Environmental discourse and social movement organizations: A historical and rhetorical perspective on the development of US environmental organizations. Sociological Inquiry, 66(1), 58-83.

Bruner, M., & Oelschlaeger, M. (1994). Rhetoric, Environmentalism, and Environmental Ethics. Environmental Ethics, 16(4), 377-396.

Brunn, S. D., & O'Lear, S. R. (1999). Research and communication in the "invisible college" of the Human Dimensions of Global Change. Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions, 9(4), 285-301.

Brunnengraber, A. (1997). Advocates, Heroes and Experts-NGOs in the Media und Experten-NGOs in den Medien. Forschungsjournal Neue Soziale Bewegungen, 10(4), 13-26.

Buchan, G. D. (1992). Propagating environmental science and ethic: A vacation school as a university/high school link. Journal of Environmental Education, 23(2), 10-15.

Buhl-Mortensen, L., & Welin, S. (1998). The ethics of doing policy relevant science: The precautionary principle and the significance of non-significant results. Science and Engineering Ethics, 4(4), 401-412.

Bullis, C. (1997). Business communication and the natural environment: Using traditional

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Burch, E. (1995). Ecocrisis in Nepal: the role of environmental media. Mass Comm Review, 22(1/2), 46-63.

Burch, W. R., Jr. (1984). Nature and Society-Seeking the Ghost in the Sociological Machine. Communication Quarterly, 32(1), 9-19.

Burger, J., & Gochfeld, M. (1991). Fishing a Superfund Site - Dissonance and Risk Perception of Environmental Hazards by Fishermen in Puerto-Rico. Risk Analysis, 11(2), 269-277.

Burgess, J., Clark, J., & Harrison, C. (2000). Culture, communication, and the information problem in contingent valuation surveys: a case study of a Wildlife Enhancement Scheme. Environment and Planning C-Government and Policy, 18(5), 505-524.

Burgess, J., Harrison, C., & Maiteny, P. (1991). Contested Meanings - the Consumption of News About Nature Conservation. Media Culture & Society, 13(4), 499-519.

Burgess, J., Harrison, C. M., & Filius, P. (1998). Environmental communication and the cultural politics of environmental citizenship. Environment and Planning A, 30(8), 1445-1460.

Burke, K. (1974). Communication and the Human Condition. Communication, 1(2), 135-152.

Burke, T. (1989). The Year of the Greens: Britain's Cultural Revolution. Environment, 31(9), 18.

Burkhart, F. N. (1991). Journalists as Bureaucrats: Perceptions of "Social Responsibility" Media Roles in Local Emergency Planning. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 9(1), 75-87.

Burkholder, J. M., & Glasgow, H. B. J. (1999). Science ethics and its role in early suppression of the Pfiesteris issue. Human Organization, 58(4), 443-455.

Burns, P. (1999). Paradoxes in planning - Tourism elitism or brutalism? Annals of Tourism Research, 26(2), 329-348.

Burns, T. R., Midttun, A., & Wolowieco, A. (1986). Economic Growth, Protection of the Environment, and Social Conflict: A Case Study of the Planning and Construction of Hydroelectric Power Stations in Norway Wirtschaftswachstum, Umweltschutz und sozialer Konflikt. Eine Fallstudie uber Planung und Bau von Wasserkraftwerken in Norwegen. Journal fur Sozialforschung, 26(1), 35-61.

Burson, J. M. (2000). Middle Rio Grande regional water resource planning: The pitfalls and the promises. Natural Resources Journal, 40(3), 533-567.

Burtscher, K., Weis, E., & Pichler-Stainern, C. (1993). Between Sensationalism and Complexity: A Statistical Analysis of the Environment as Topic in Austrian Media. Innovation, 6(4), 519-531.

Butler, D. L. (1997). Selected Internet Sites on Natural Hazards and Disasters. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 15(1), 197-215.

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Caldarovic, O. (1995). Risks and the Public: Information on Hazards and Personal Reactions to Hazardous Situations Opasnosti i javnost: informiranje i osobne reakcije prema rizicnim situacijama. Socijalna Ekologija, 4(2-3), 191-204.

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Campbell, K. S., & Follender, S. I. (1998). Preferred strategies for responding to hostile questions in environmental public meetings. Management Communication Quarterly, 11(3), 401-421.

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Cantrill, J. G. (1993). Communication and our environment: Categorizing research in environmental advocacy. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 21(1), 66.

Cantrill, J. G. (1998). The environmental self and a self of place: communication foundations for regional ecosystem management. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 26(3), 301-318.

Cantrill, J. G., & Masluk, M. D. (1996). Place and Privilege as Predictors of How the Environment Is Described in Discourse. Communication Reports, 9(1), 79-84.

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