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Ganzach, Y., Weber, Y., & BenOr, P. (1997). Message framing and buying behavior: On the difference between artificial and natural environment. Journal of Business Research, 40(2), 91-95.

Garber, D. (1995). Experiment, Community, and the Constitution of Nature in the Seventeenth Century. Perspectives on Science, 3(2), 173-205.

Garcia, E., & Cabrejas, M. (1996). Environment and Social Conflict: The Case of the Albufera of Valencia Medio ambiente y conflicto social: el caso de la Albufera de Valencia. Politica y Sociedad, 23(Sept-Dec), 75-97.

Garner, A. C. (1996). The Cost of Fighting Mother Nature: News Coverage of the 1993 Midwest Floods. Journal of Communication Inquiry, 20(1), 83-98.

Garrod, B., & Fyall, A. (1998). Beyond the rhetoric of sustainable tourism? Tourism Management, 19(3), 199-212.

Garte, S. J. (1990). Communication of Relative Carcinogenic Risks: A Quantitative Approach. Risk Analysis, 10(4), 467-468.

Gaskin, R. (1998). The Vigilante Investor: The Rise of Socially Responsible Investing as a Tool for Corporate Responsibility. Development, 41(1), 81-85.

Gay, C. D., & Heath, R. L. (1995). Working with Technical Experts in the Risk Management Infrastructure. Public Relations Review, 21(3), 211-224.

Gehmacher, E. (1985). The Powerlessness of the Mass Media? The True Effect of the Kronen-Zeitung Newspaper Based on the Example of Hainburg Ohnmacht der Massenmedienmacht? Die wahre Wirkung der "Kronen-Zeitung" am Beispiel Hainburg. Journal fur Sozialforschung, 25(2), 233-240.

Gezon, L. (1997). Institutional structure and the effectiveness of integrated conservation and development projects: Case study from Madagascar. Human Organization, 56(4), 462-470.

Gilbert, S. A. (1997). A response to "Old-Growth Forests on Network News: News Sources and the Framing of an Environmental Controversy". Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 74(3), 883-886.

Gladue, B. A. (1988). Evolutionary Controversy and Biopolitics Separating Issues from Rhetoric: A Commentary on Gans' Essay, "Punctuated Equilibria and Political Science". Politics and the Life Sciences, 7(1), 72-76.

Glasbergen, P. (1992). 7 Steps Towards an Instrumentation Theory for Environmental- Policy. Policy and Politics, 20(3), 191-200.

Golding, D., Krimsky, S., & Plough, A. (1992). Evaluating risk communication: Narrative vs. technical presentations of information about radon. Risk Analysis, 12(1), 27-35.

Goldman, M., Hedetniemi, J. N., Herbert, E. R., Sassaman, J. S., & Walker, B. C. (2000). Community outreach at biomedical research facilities. Environmental Health Perspectives, 108, 1009-1013.

Gonzalez Garcia, J. L., & Soriano Parra, M. V. (1989). A Case Study of Social Behavior in a Natural Disaster: The Olivares Landslide (Spain). Disasters, 13(1), 73-76.

Gooch, G. D. (1996). Environmental concern and the Swedish press - A case study of the effects of newspaper reporting, personal experience and social interaction on the public's perception of environmental risks. European Journal of Communication, 11(1), 107-127.

Gopalaswami, R. (1986). The Paradigms of Development for India of the 21st Century. Razvoj/Development - International, 1(2), 375-392.

Gordon, D. M. (1993). ECO-ED: Rhetoric or Progress? Futures, 25(1), 98-100.

Goszczynska, M., Tyszka, T., & Slovic, P. (1991). Risk Perception in Poland: A Comparison with Three Other Countries. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 4(3), 179-193.

Goudsblom, J. (1990). Human History and Long-Term Social Processes. Towards a Synthesis of "Chronology" and "Phaseology". The Netherlands' Journal of Social Sciences, 26(1), 67-81.

Gough, N. (1994). Playing at Catastrophe: Ecopolitical Education after Poststructuralism. Educational Theory, 44(2), 189-210.

Granot, H. (1999). Facing Catastrophe: Mad Cows and Emergency Policy-Making. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 17(2), 161-184.

Gray, P. C. R. (1995). Waste incineration: Controversy and risk communication. European Review of Applied Psychology/Revue Europeenne de Psychologie Appliquee, 45(1), 29-34.

Green, K., & Yoxen, E. (1990). The greening of European industry: What role for biotechnology? Futures, 22(5).

Greenberg, M., & Wartenberg, D. (1991). Newspaper Coverage of Cancer Clusters. Health Education Quarterly, 18(3), 363-374.

Greenberg, M. R., Sachsman, D. B., Sandman, P. M., & Salomone, K. L. (1989). Network evening news coverage of environmental risk. Risk Analysis, 9(1), 119-126.

Greenberg, M. R., Sandman, P. M., Sachsman, D. B., & Salomone, K. L. (1989). Network Television News Coverage of Environmental Risks. Environment, 31(2), 16.

Gregory, G. (1995). Persuading the Public to Make Better Use of Natural Hazards Information. Prometheus, 13(1), 61-71.

Gregory, J. G. (1988). Knowledge Utilization in Hazard Mitigation Planning. Knowledge in Society, 1(4), 28-39.

Grieshop, J. I., & Stiles, M. C. (1989). Risk and Home-Pesticide Users. Environment and Behavior, 21(6), 699-716.

Griffin, R. J. (1986). Energy and Communication: Social Status in a Tale of Two Cities. Man-Environment Systems, 16(1), 34-44.

Griffin, R. J., & Dunwoody, S. (1995). Impacts of Information Subsidies and Community Structure on Local Press Coverage of Environmental Contamination. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 72(2), 271-284.

Griffin, R. J., & Dunwoody, S. (1997). Community structure and science framing of news about local environmental risks. Science Communication, 18(4), 362-384.

Griffin, R. J., & Dunwoody, S. (2000). The relation of communication to risk judgment and preventive behavior related to lead in tap water. Health Communication, 12(1), 81-107.

Griffin, R. J., Dunwoody, S., & Gehrmann, C. (1995). The Effects of Community Pluralism on Press Coverage of Health Risks from Local Environmental Contamination. Risk Analysis, 15(4), 449-458.

Griffin, R. J., Dunwoody, S., & Neuwirth, K. (1999). Proposed model of the relationship of risk information seeking and processing to the development of preventive behaviors. Environmental Research, 80(2), S230-S245.

Griffin, R. J., Dunwoody, S., & Zabala, F. (1998). Public reliance on risk communication channels in the wake of a cryptosporidium outbreak. Risk Analysis, 18(4), 367-375.

Griffith, D. (1999a). Exaggerating environmentalhealth risk: the case of the toxic dinoflagellate Pfiesteria. Human Organization, 2, 119-127.

Griffith, D. (1999b). Placing risk in context. Human Organization, 58(4), 460-462.

Grobe, D., Douthitt, R., & Zepeda, L. (1999). Consumer risk perception profiles regarding recombinant bovine growth hormone (rbGH). Journal of Consumer Affairs, 33(2), 254-275.

Grunert, K. G., Bech-Larsen, T., & Bredahl, L. (2000). Three issues in consumer quality perception and acceptance of dairy products. International Dairy Journal, 10(8), 575-584.

Grushin, B. A. (1990). General and Particular in Models of World Development Obschee i osobennoe v modelyakh razvitia mira. Sotsiologicheskie Issledovaniya, 17(12), 15-22.

Gumpert, G., & Drucker, S. J. (1998). The Mediated Home in the Global Village. Communication Research, 25(4), 422-438.

Gunn, A. S. (1994). Environmental Ethics and Tropical Rain-Forests - Should Greens Have Standing. Environmental Ethics, 16(1), 21-40.

Gunnerson, C. G., & Scott-Stevens, S. (1989). Community and Counterpart Participation in Development. Development, 4, 122-128.

Gunningham, N. (1995). Environment, Self-Regulation, and the Chemical Industry: Assessing Responsible Care. Law & Policy, 17(1), 57-109.

Gunter, B. K. J., & Beyleveld, D. (1999). The media and public understanding of biotechnology: a survey of scientists and journalists. Science Communication, 20(4), 373-394.

Gunter, V. J., & Harris, C. K. (1998). Noisy Winter: The DDT Controversy in the Years before Silent Spring. Rural Sociology, 63(2), 179-198.

Gusterson, H. (2000). How not to construct a radioactive waste incinerator. Science Technology & Human Values, 25(3), 332-351.

Gutteling, J. M. (1993). A Field Experiment in Communicating a New Risk - Effects of the Source and a Message Containing Explicit Conclusions. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 14(3), 295-316.

Guzman Pineda, J. I. (1993). The Role of Society in the Environment or the Search for an Environmental Sociology El papel de la sociedad en el medio ambiente o la busqueda de una sociologia ambiental. Sociologica, 8(23), 245-262.

Habermas, J., Carleheden, M., & Gabriels, R. (1996). An Interview with Jurgen Habermas. Theory, Culture & Society, 13(3), 1-17.

Hadden, S. G. (1989). Institutional Barriers to Risk Communication. Risk Analysis, 9(3), 301-308.

Hagen, R. (1997). The concept of autopoiesis in modern social sciences. Tidsskrift for Samfunnsforskning, 38(3), 389-416.

Halfacre, A. C., Matheny, A. R., & Rosenbaum, W. A. (2000). Regulating contested local hazards: Is constructive dialogue possible among participants in community risk management? Policy Studies Journal, 28(3), 648-667.

Halfmann, J. (1995). Risk, Responsibility, Trust Risiko, Verantwortung, Vertrauen. Soziologische Revue, 18(1), 33-39.

Hansen, A. (1991). The Media and the Social Construction of the Environment. Media Culture & Society, 13(4), 443-458.

Harrald, J. R. (1990). Contingency Planning: Building the Infrastructure for Crisis Decision Making. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 8(2), 137-150.

Harrison, C. M., & Burgess, J. (1994). Social Constructions of Nature - a Case-Study of Conflicts over the Development of Rainham Marshes. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 19(3), 291-310.

Harrison, C. M., Burgess, J., & Filius, P. (1996). Rationalizing environmental responsibilities - A comparison of lay publics in the UK and the Netherlands. Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions, 6(3), 215-234.

Harrison, E. B. (1992). Achieving Sustainable Communication. Columbia Journal of World Business, 27(3-4), 242-247.

Harrison, K., & Hoberg, G. (1991). Setting the Environmental Agenda in Canada and the United States: The Cases of Dioxin and Radon. Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique, 24(1), 3-27.

HarrisWhite, B., & Janakarajan, S. (1997). From green revolution to rural industrial revolution in South India. Economic and Political Weekly, 32(25), 1469-1477.

Harscheidt, M. (1989). Society and the Environment after the Completion of the Common Market-Content Analysis of the Daily Press Umwelt nach Vollendung des Binnenmarktes-Inhaltsanalytische Ertrage aus der Tagespresse. Zeitschrift fur Rechtssoziologie, 10(2), 170-201.

Hartman, J. (1997). The popularization of science through citizen volunteers. Public Understanding of Science, 6(1), 69-86.

Hartmann, B. (1994). Population Fictions: The Malthusians Are Back in Town. Dollars and Sense, 195(Sept-Oct), 14-17,37.

Harvey, J. G., & Sheehy, N. P. (1996). Communication Failure on Environmental and Health Issues. The Irish Journal of Psychology, 17(4), 299-309.

Hatfield, T. H. (1994). A Risk Communication Taxonomy for Environmental-Health. Journal of Environmental Health, 56(8), 23-28.

Haughton, G. (1999). Searching for the sustainable city: Competing philosophical rationales and processes of 'Ideological capture' in Adelaide, South Australia. Urban Studies, 36(11), 1891-1906.

Hawkes, G. R., Pilisuk, M., Stiles, M. C., & Acredolo, C. (1984). Assessing Risk: A Public Analysis of the Medfly Eradication Program. The Public Opinion Quarterly, 48(2), 443-451.

Hawkes, N. (1977). Science in Europe/The Antinuclear Movement Takes Hold. Science, 197(4309), 1167-1169.

Haynes, S. G., Lynch, B. S., Biegel, R., Malliou, E., Rudick, J., & Sassaman, A. P. (2000). Women's health and the environment: Innovations in science and policy. Journal of Womens Health & Gender-Based Medicine, 9(3), 245-273.

Hays, S. P. (1991). The New Environmental West. Journal of Policy History, 3(3), 223-248.

Hayward, T. (1997). Anthropocentrism: A misunderstood problem. Environmental Values, 6(1), 49-63.

Head, L. (1999). The northern myth revisited? Aborigines, environment and agriculture in the Ord River Irrigation Scheme, stages one and two. Australian Geographer, 30(2), 141-158.

Healey, P., & Shaw, T. (1994). Changing Meanings of Environment in the British Planning System. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 19(4), 425-438.

Heath, R. L., & Palenchar, M. (2000). Community relations and risk communication: a longitudinal study of the impact of emergency response messages. Journal of Public Relations Research, 12(2), 131-161.

Hedemann-Robinson, M. (1997). EC law, the environment and consumers: Addressing the challenge of incorporating an environmental dimension to consumer protection at community level. Journal of Consumer Policy, 20(1), 1-43.

Helford, R. M. (1999). Rediscovering the presettlement landscape: Making the oak savanna ecosystem "Real". Science, Technology & Human Values, 24(1), 55-79.

Henschel, C., & Wiedemann, P. M. (1993). Facing the Greenhouse-Effect - Communication About Energy in Germany. Technology in Society, 15(3), 301-310.

Hepburn, M. A., Shrum, J. W., & Simpson, R. D. (1978). Effects of coordinated environmental studies in social studies and science on student attitudes toward growth and pollution. Theory and Research in Social Education, 6(3), 71-86.

Herbohn, K. F., Harrison, S. R., & Herbohn, J. L. (2000). An alternative approach to accounting for natural resources: The case of multipurpose forestry in Australia. Society & Natural Resources, 13(7), 663-683.

Hern, M., & Chaulk, S. (2000). Roadgrading Community Culture: Why the Internet Is So Dangerous to Real Democracy. Democracy and Nature, 6(1), 111-120.

Herndl, C. G. (1997). Response to Professor Depoe. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 14(4), 373-374.

Hester, J. B., & Gonzenbach, W. J. (1995). The environment: TV news, real-world cues, and public opinion over time. Mass Comm Review, 22(1/2), 5-20.

Hewitt, D. (1972). Conceptual Complexity, Environment Complexity Communication Salience and Attitude Change. European Journal of Social Psychology, 2(3), 285-306.

Hicks, R. (1992). Turning Rhetoric into Reality. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 47(4), 278.

Hiroi, O., Mikami, S., & Miyata, K. (1985). A Study of Mass Media Reporting in Emergencies. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 3(1), 21-49.

Hirose, H. (1990). The Psychological Impact of the Tokai Earthquake Prediction: Individual's Responses and the Mass Media's Coverage. Media Culture & Society, 12(4), 465-476.

Hoberg, G. (1991). Sleeping with an Elephant: The American Influence on Canadian Environmental Regulation. Journal of Public Policy, 11(1), 107-132.

Holloway, J. (1998). 'Undercurrent affairs': radical environmentalism and alternative news. Environment and Planning A, 30(7), 1197-1217.

Hood, G. (1995). Windy Craggy - an Analysis of Environmental Interest Group and Mining-Industry Approaches. Resources Policy, 21(1), 13-20.

Hooghiemstra, R. (2000). Corporate communication and impression management - New perspectives why companies engage in corporate social reporting. Journal of Business Ethics, 27(1-2), 55-68.

Hooks, C., Ugarte, C., Silsby, J., Brown, R., Weinman, J., Fernandez, G., Foxwell, J., Newton, N., & Connally, L. B. (1996). Obstacles and Opportunities in Designing Cancer Control Communication Research for Farmworkers on the Delmarva Peninsula. Journal of Rural Health, 12(4), 332-342.

Hopkins, N., & Mehanna, S. (1996). Pollution, Popular Perceptions and Grassroots Environmental Activism. Middle East Report, 27(1(202)), 21-25.

Hopkins, N. S., & Mehanna, S. R. (2000). Social Action against Everyday Pollution in Egypt. Human Organization, 59(2), 245-254.

Horlick-Jones, T. (1995). Modern Disasters as Outrage and Betrayal. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 13(3), 305-315.

Horton, J. (1981). The Rise of the Right: A Global View. Crime and Social Justice, 15(summer), 7-17.

Hrzic, M. (1995). Variability in Experiencing the Environment ivljaja prostora. Prostor, 3(2(10)), 275-284.

Hsiao, H.-H. M., Milbrath, L. W., & Weller, R. P. (1995). Antecedents of an Environmental Movement in Taiwan. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 6(3(23)), 91-104.

Hubik, S. (1993). Communicative Differentiation as a Source of Environmental Philosophy and Ethics. Filosoficky Casopis, 41(6), 991-1002.

Hughes, G. (1996). Tourism and the environment; A sustainable partnership. Scottish Geographical Magazine, 112(2), 107-113.

Hyland, K. (1996). Writing without conviction? Hedging in science research articles. Applied Linguistics, 17(4), 433-454.

Illuminati, A. (1983). Complexity Reduction in Complex Societies lessita e ordini metastabili. La Critica Sociologica, 65, 80-95.

Ingram, B. (1999). Meeting a biotech backlash. Supermarket Business, 54(11), 1,14+.

Irwin, A. (1994). Science and Its Publics: Continuity and Change in the Risk Society. Social Studies of Science, 24(1), 168-184.

Ivory, M. (1992). The Politics of United-States Environmental Assistance, 1976-86. World Development, 20(7), 1061-1076.

Jacobson, S. K., & Robinson, J. G. (1990). Training the New Conservationist - Cross-Disciplinary Education in the 1990s. Environmental Conservation, 17(4), 319-327.

Jagtenberg, T. (1994). The End of Nature? Australian Journal of Communication, 21(3), 14-25.

Jagtenberg, T. (1996a). Ecological Exclusions: Mapping Disciplinary Change. Australian Journal of Communication, 23(1), 15-30.

Jagtenberg, T. (1996b). Ecological Impacts: A Wilder View. Australian Journal of Communication, 23(2), 89-100.

Jahn, D. (1992). Nuclear Energy in Swedish Trade Union Press from 1973-1989. Nordicom Review of Nordic Mass Communication Research, 1, 23-33.

Jamieson, D. (1995). Ecosystem Health - Some Preventive Medicine. Environmental Values, 4(4), 333-344.

Jasanoff, S. (1985). Peer Review in the Regulatory Process. Science, Technology, and Human Values, 10(3(52)), 20-32.

Jasanoff, S. (1997). NGOS and the Environment: From Knowledge to Action. Third World Quarterly, 18(3), 579-594.

Jeffres, L. W., & Dobos, J. (1995). Separating People's Satisfaction with Life and Public Perceptions of the Quality of Life in the Environment. Social Indicators Research, 34(2), 181-211.

Jenkins, L. (1999). Determining the most informative scenarios of environmental impact from potential major accidents. Journal of Environmental Management, 55(1), 15-25.

Jenkins Smith, H., & Bassett, G. W. (1994). Perceived risk and uncertainty of nuclear waste: Differences among science, business, and environmental group members. Risk Analysis, 14(5), 851-856.

Jernigan, D. H., & Wright, P. A. (1996). Media advocacy: Lessons from community experiences. Journal of Public Health Policy, 17(3), 306-330.

Jobes, P. C. (1977). Problems facing social scientists participating in environmental impact research. Human Factors, 19(1), 47-54.

Johnson, B. B., & Slovic, P. (1995). Presenting Uncertainty in Health Risk Assessment - Initial Studies of Its Effects on Risk Perception and Trust. Risk Analysis, 15(4), 485-494.

Johnson, J. C., & Griffith, D. C. (1996). Pollution, Food Safety, and the Distribution of Knowledge. Human Ecology, 24(1), 87-108.

Johnston, D. F. (1978). Postlude: Past, Present and Future. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science and Medicine, 435(Jan), 286-294.

Jones, A. B. (1998). (Un)covering the Environment: Some Spanish Perspectives. International Journal of Iberian Studies, 11(1), 39-54.

Jones, E. (1999). Competitive and sustainable growth: logic and inconsistency. Journal of European Public Policy, 6(3), 359-375.

Jongebreur, A. A. (2000). Strategic themes in agricultural and bioresource engineering in the 21st century. Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research, 76(3), 227-236.

Jordan, A., & Greenaway, J. (1998). Shifting agendas, changing regulatory structures and the 'new' politics of environmental pollution: British coastal water policy, 1955-1995. Public Administration, 76(4), 669-694.

Journet, D. (1991). Ecological Theories as Cultural Narratives: F. E. Clements's and H. A. Gleason's "Stories" of Community Succession. Written Communication, 8(4), 446-472.

Judge, E. (2000). The regional and environmental dimension of Polish motorway policy. Regional Studies, 34(5), 488-493.

Jurowski, C., & Olsen, M. D. (1995). Scanning the Environment of Tourism Attractions: A Content Analysis Approach. Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 4(1), 71-95.

Kahlert, J. (1991). The Misunderstood Crisis. Theoretical Deficiencies in Communications about Environmental Education ne Krise: Theoriedefizite in der umweltpadagogischen Kommunikation. Zeitschrift fur Padagogik, 37(1), 97-122.

Kalanj, R. (1996). Environmental Challenges as Cultural Challenges kao kulturni izazovi. Socijalna Ekologija, 5(2), 155-169.

Kanarev, N. (1997). The Political Nature of Disasters. Part 1: An Historical Case Study of the Origins of Victoria's First State Disaster Response Plan. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 12(3), 18-21.

Kapferer, J. N. (1989). A Mass Poisoning Rumor in Europe. The Public Opinion Quarterly, 53(4), 467-481.

Karlberg, M. (1997). News and conflict. Alternatives Journal, 23(1), 22-27.

Kasek, L. (1992). Social Fears and Environmental Consciousness Soziale Angste und Umweltbewusstein. Kultursoziologie, 1(4), 54-63.

Kasperson, R. E. (1986). Six Propositions on Public Participation and Their Relevance for Risk Communication. Risk Analysis, 6(3), 275-281.

Kasperson, R. E., Golding, D., & Tuler, S. (1992). Social Distrust as a Factor in Siting Hazardous Facilities and Communicating Risks. Journal of Social Issues, 48(4), 161-187.

Kearney, A. R. (1994). Understanding Global Change - a Cognitive Perspective on Communicating through Stories. Climatic Change, 27(4), 419-441.

Keating, M. (1997). Three decades on the green beat. Alternatives Journal, 23(1), 11-13.

Keene, M. L. (1993). Corporate Environmentalism - Emerging Responsibilities for Public Disclosure in the European-Community. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 35(2), 197-210.

Kellert, S. R., Mehta, J. N., Ebbin, S. A., & Lichtenfeld, L. L. (2000). Community natural resource management: Promise, rhetoric, and reality. Society & Natural Resources, 13(8), 705-715.

Kent, A. (1997). Challenging geography: A personal view. Geography, 82(357), 293-303.

Keohane, K. (1998). Reflexive Modernization and Systemically Distorted Communications: An Analysis of an Environmental Protection Agency Hearing. Irish Journal of Sociology, 8, 71-92.

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