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Meister, M., & Japp, P. M. (1998). Sustainable Development and the Global Economy: Rhetorical Implications for Improving the Quality of Life. Communication Research, 25(4), 399-421.

Menzies, H. (2000). Cyberspace Time and Infertility: Thoughts on Social Time and the Environment. Time & Society, 9(1), 75-89.

Meppem, T., & Bourke, S. (1999). Different ways of knowing: a communicative turn toward sustainability. Ecological Economics, 30(3), 389-404.

Mercier, G., & Ritchot, G. (1994). The Moral Dimension of Human Geography. Diogenes, 42(166), 49-62.

Merrifield, J., & Firoozi, F. (1995). Renewable Resource Use - Transition from Capture to Allocation and Optimal Stock Recovery. Journal of Environmental Management, 44(3), 195-211.

Metzner, A. (1989). The Ecological Crisis and the Difference between the System and the Environment rise und die Differenz von System und Umwelt. Das Argument, 31(6(178)), 871-886.

Middleton, K. (1999). Who killed 'Malagasy Cactus'? Science, environment and colonialism in southern Madagascar (1924-1930). Journal of Southern African Studies, 25(2), 215-248.

Mikami, S., & Ikeda, K. i. (1985). Human Response to Disasters. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 3(1), 107-132.

Miles, M. P., & Covin, J. G. (2000). Environmental marketing: a source of reputational, competitive, and financial advantage. Journal of Business Ethics, 23(3), 299-311.

Mileti, D. S., & Fitzpatrick, C. (1991). Communication of Public Risk: Its Theory and its Application. Sociological Practice Review, 2(1), 20-28.

Mileti, D. S., & Fitzpatrick, C. (1992). The Causal Sequence of Risk Communication in the Parkfield Earthquake Prediction Experiment. Risk Analysis, 12(3), 393-400.

Mileti, D. S., & O'Brien, P. W. (1992). Warnings during Disaster: Normalizing Communicated Risk. Social Problems, 39(1), 40-57.

Miller, D. (1999). Risk, Science and Policy: Definitional Struggles, Information Management, the Media and BSE. Social Science and Medicine, 49(9), 1239-1255.

Miller, D. I., Verhoek-Miller, N., Giesen, J. M., & Wells-Parker, E. (2000). Some empirical evidence for ecological dissonance theory. Psychological Reports, 86(2), 415-420.

Miller, D. S. (1998). A Construction of Competing Disaster Narratives: Media Coverage of the Distribution of Risk following a Technological Disaster. Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 58(7), 2876-A.

Miller, M. (1994). Intersystemic Discourse and Co-Ordinated Dissent: A Critique of Luhmann's Concept of Ecological Communication. Theory, Culture & Society, 11(2), 101-121.

Mitman, G. (1996). When Nature Is the Zoo: Vision and Power in the Art and Science of Natural History. Osiris, 11, 117-143.

Moeller, D. W., Rose, S. L., Guimond, R. J., Malm, S., Oatman, L., Hennigan, A. D., Nicholls, G., & Stern, R. J. (1989). Environmental Issues/Radon. Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy, 4(1), 5-25.

Mokros, H. B., & Ruben, B. D. (1991). Understanding the Communication-Information Relationship: Levels of Information and Contexts of Availabilities. Knowledge, 12(4), 373-388.

Monahan, J., & Steadman, H. J. (1996). Violent storms and violent people: How meteorology can inform risk communication in mental health law. American Psychologist, 51(9), 931-938.

Moore, D. (1989). The Valdez Experience: Life Returns To Normal After A Hecti. Telephony, 217(5), 44.

Moore, M. P. (1993). Constructing Irreconcilable Conflict - the Function of Synecdoche in the Spotted Owl Controversy. Communication Monographs, 60(3), 258-274.

Moran, C. (1995). The 1994 New South Wales Bushfires: Perception of the Disaster Response from a Psychological Perspective. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 13(2), 179-196.

Moran, K. (1991). Actions of the U.S. Congress toward Environmentally Sustainable Foreign Assistance. Studies in Third World Societies, 44(Apr), 27-45.

More, E. (1995). Crisis Management and Communication in Australian Organisations. Australian Journal of Communication, 22(1), 31-47.

Morgan, M. (1996). Reading the Rhetoric of 'Crisis'. Theory & Psychology, 6(2), 267-286.

Mormont, M., & Dasnoy, C. (1995). Source Strategies and the Mediatization of Climate Change. Media Culture & Society, 17(1), 49-64.

Mortensen, C. D. (1991). Communication, Conflict, and Culture. Communication Theory, 1(4), 273-293.

Mossman, M. (1997). The rhetoric of the nature writer: subversion, persuasion, and ambiguity in the writings of Edward Abbey. Journal of American Culture, 20(4), 79-86.

Mowlana, H. (1993). The New Global Order and Cultural Ecology. Media Culture & Society, 15(1), 9-27.

Muir, S. A. (1997). Difficult Questions about Environmental Communication. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 14(4), 374-376.

Mukasa, S. G. (1998). Towards a global knowledge for environmentally sustainable development agenda in 21st century southern Africa. Communicare, 17(1), 1-27.

Mulligan, P. (1999). Greenwash or blueprint? Rio Tinto in Madagascar. Ids Bulletin-Institute of Development Studies, 30(3), 50-+.

Munro, L. (1997). Framing Cruelty: The Construction of Duck Shooting as a Social Problem. Society & Animals, 5(2), 137-154.

Munton, R., & Collins, K. (1998). Government strategies for sustainable development. Geography, 83(361), 346-357.

Murch, A. W. (1971). Public Concern for Environmental Pollution. The Public Opinion Quarterly, 35(1), 100-106.

Murphy, P. D. (1992). Rethinking the Relations of Nature, Culture, and Agency. Environmental Values, 1(4), 311-320.

Murray, P. C. (1995). The environmental self-audit privilege: Growing movement in the states nixed by EPA. Real Estate Law Journal, 24(2), 169.

Musil, L. (1995). Land-Related Conflict and "Thwarted Communication" as Social Institution met konfliktu a "zablokovani komunikace" jako socialni instituce. Rada Socialnevedna/Series Sociologica, 44(G37), 49-64.

Myers, G., & Macnaghten, P. (1998). Rhetorics of environmental sustainability: commonplaces and places. Environment and Planning, 30(2), 333-353.

Namenwirth, J. Z., & Bibbee, R. (1975). Speech Codes in the Press. Journal of Communication, 25(2), 50-63.

Nash, J. E., & Sutherland, A. (1991). The Moral Elevation of Animals: The Case of Gorillas in the Mist. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society, 5(1), 111-126.

NedovicBudic, Z., & Godschalk, D. R. (1996). Human factors in adoption of geographic information systems: A local government case study. Public Administration Review, 56(6), 554-567.

Neis, B. (2000). In the Eye of the Storm: Research, Activism and Teaching within the Newfoundland Fishery Crisis. Women's Studies International Forum, 23(3), 287-298.

Nelson, P. J. (1997). Deliberation, Leverage or Coercion? The World Bank, NGOs, and Global Environmental Politics. Journal of Peace Research, 34(4), 467-470.

Newton, T., & Harte, G. (1997). Green business: Technicist kitsch? Journal of Management Studies, 34(1), 75-98.

Nicholson, P. J. (2000). Communicating occupational and environmental issues. Occupational Medicine-Oxford, 50(4), 226-230.

Nieminen, M. (1996). A Sociological View on the Controversy between Landowners and Environmental Authorities over the Program for the Protection of Shores onto? Sosiologinen nakokulma maanomistajien ja ymparistohallinnon kiistaan rantojensuojelusta. Sosiologia, 33(4), 285-298.

Nijkamp, P., Van Delft, H., Geerlings, H., & Van Veen-Groot, D. (2000). Transportation between Globalization and Localization. Innovation, 13(1), 11-25.

Nissani, M. (1999). Media Coverage of the Greenhouse Effect. Population and Environment, 21(1), 27-43.

Nitkin, D., & Brooks, L. J. (1998). Sustainability auditing and reporting: The Canadian experience. Journal of Business Ethics, 17(13), 1499-1507.

Noe, F. P., & Hammitt, W. E. (1992). Environmental Attitudes and the Personal Relevance of Management Actions in a Park Setting. Journal of Environmental Management, 35(3), 205-216.

Nohrstedt, S. A. (1991). The Information Crisis in Sweden after Chernobyl. Media Culture & Society, 13(4), 477-497.

Nonami, H., Sugiura, J., Ohnuma, S., Yamakawa, H., & Hirose, Y. (1997). The Roles of Various Media in the Decision-Making Processes for Recycling Behavior: A Path Analysis Model Transliterated title not available. Kyoiku Shinrigaku Kenkyo/The Japanese Journal of Psychology, 68(4), 264-271.

Norton, B. G. (1998). Improving ecological communication: The role of ecologists in environmental policy formation. Ecological Applications, 8(2), 350-364.

Novic, K., & Sandman, P. M. (1974). How Use of Mass Media Affects Views on Solutions to Environmental Problems. Journalism Quarterly, 51(3), 448-452.

Nowak, P. J. (1987). The Adoption of Agricultural Conservation Technologies: Economic and Diffusion Explanations. Rural Sociology, 52(2), 208-220.

Nwanko, R. L. N., & Shija, W. M. F. (1990). The Communication Environment of the Food Crisis in Africa - Some Dependency Issues in the Political-Economy of Development Communications. Journal of Black Studies, 20(3), 267-286.

O' Connor, R. E., Bord, R. J., & Fisher, A. (1999). Risk perceptions, general environmental beliefs, and willingness to address climate change. Risk Analysis, 19(3), 461-471.

O'Connor, J. G., & Meadows, A. J. (1976). Specialization and Professionalization in British Geology. Social Studies of Science, 6(1), 77-89.

O'Connor, R. E., Bord, R. J., & Fisher, A. (1998). Rating threat mitigators: Faith in experts, governments, and individuals themselves to create a safer world. Risk Analysis, 18(5), 547-556.

O'Leary, S. (1997). Electronic communication and environmental policy in Russia and Estonia. Geographical Review, 87(2), 275-290.

O'Mara, K. L., & Jennings, P. J. (2001). Greenhouse education: Just Hot Air? Renewable Energy, 22(1-3), 127-133.

O'Neil, J. D., Elias, B., & Yassi, A. (1997). Poisoned food: Cultural resistance to the contaminants discourse in Nunavik. Arctic Anthropology, 34(1), 29-40.

Oba, G. (1992). Environmental Education for Sustainable Development among the Nomadic Peoples: The UNESCO-IPAL Experience in Northern Kenya. Nomadic Peoples, 30, 53-73.

Obermiller, C. (1995). The Baby Is Sick the Baby Is Well - a Test of Environmental Communication Appeals. Journal of Advertising, 24(2), 55-70.

Odehnal, J. (1966). Utilisation of Artificial Media in Relation to Nature as a Basis of Human Working Activity and Their Effects on the Process of Anthropogenesis. Ceskoslovenska Psychologie, 10(4), 325-340.

Oldach, D. (1999). Regarding Pfiesteria. Human Organization, 58(4), 459-460.

Oleckno, W. A. (1995). Guidelines for improving risk communication in environmental health. Journal of Environmental Health, 58(1), 20-23.

Olin, U. (1976). Controls in Animal and Human Populations. Acta Sociologica, 19(2), 169-197.

Orion, N., & Hofstein, A. (1994). Factors that influence learning during a scientific field trip in a natural environment. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 31(10), 1097-1119.

Orion, N., Hofstein, A., Tamir, P., & Giddings, G. J. (1997). Development and validation of an instrument for assessing the learning environment of outdoor science activities. Science Education, 81(2), 161-171.

Orosz, E. (1994). The Impact of Social Science Research on Health Policy. Social Science and Medicine, 39(9), 1287-1293.

Ostman, R. E., & Parker, J. L. (1986). A public's environmental information sources and evaluations of mass media. Journal of Environmental Education, 18(2), 9-17.

Otto, J. F. (1974). The Role of the Department of Planning and the Environment in the Planning of Urban Areas in the Republic of South Africa epartement van Beplanning en die Omgewing in die Beplanning van Stedelike Gebiede in die Republiek. Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Sosiologie/The South African Journal of Sociology, 9(April), 1-7.

Page, S. D. (1994). Indoor radon: A case study in risk communication. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 10(3, Suppl), 15-18.

Palen, J. A. (1999). Objectivity as independence: creating the society of environmental journalists, 1989-1997. Science Communication, 21(2), 156-171.

Palmer, C. T. (1993). When to Bear False Witness - an Evolutionary Approach to the Social-Context of Honesty and Deceit among Commercial Fishers. Zygon, 28(4), 455-468.

Palmer, G. (1974). The Ecology of Resettlement Schemes. Human Organization, 33(3), 239-250.

Parisi, P. (1997). Toward a "philosophy of framing": news narratives for public journalism. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 74(4), 673-686.

Parker, G. (1996). ELMs disease: Stewardship, corporatism and citizenship in the English countryside. Journal of Rural Studies, 12(4), 399-411.

Parker, G. (1999). Rights, the environment and Part V of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994. Area, 31(1), 75-80.

Parrott, R., & Duggan, A. (1999). Using coaches as role models of sun protection of youth: Georgia's "got youth covered" project. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 27(2), 107-119.

Parrott, R., & et al. (1998). Communication to farmers about skin cancer: the behavior adaptation model. Human Communication Research, 24(3), 386-409.

Parusnikova, Z. (2000). Biopower and Healthism Culture Biomoc a kult zdravi. Sociologicky Casopis, 36(2), 131-142.

Parvanta, C. F., & Freimuth, V. (2000). Health communication at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. American Journal of Health Behavior, 24(1), 18-25.

Patterson, J. D., & Allen, M. W. (1997). Accounting for your actions: How stakeholders respond to the strategic communication of environmental activist organizations. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 25(4), 293-316.

Patterson, P., & Wilkins, L. (1988). Routinized Reporting of Technological Accidents: Television Coverage of the Chernobyl Disaster. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 6(1), 27-46.

Patton, D. E. (1994). The NAS Risk Paradigm as a Medium for Communication. Risk Analysis, 14(3), 375-378.

Paula-Carvalho, J. C. d. (1998). The Imaginary Ecology and the Tropical Paradigm: Cultural Lectures to Rethink the Epistemology and Methodology of Medical and Educational Practices A "ecologia imaginaria" e o "paradigma tropical": licoes culturais para um repensar a epistemologia e a metodologia das praticas iatricas e das praticas educativas. Interface: Comunicacao, Saude, Educacao, 2(2), 97-124.

Pearce, P. L. (1990). Farm Tourism in New Zealand: A Social Situation Analysis. Annals of Tourism Research, 17(3), 337-352.

Peattie, K., & Ratnayaka, M. (1992). Responding to the Green Movement. Industrial Marketing Management, 21(2), 103-110.

Pedersen, D. (1996). Disease ecology at a crossroads: Man-made environments, human rights and perpetual development utopias. Social Science & Medicine, 43(5), 745-758.

Pek Drapal, D., & Kos, D. (1999). Environmental Interventions-Communications Aspects and the Importance of the Social Analysis of the Local Environment Komunikacijski vidiki posegov v okolje-pomen analize socialnega okolja. Teorija in Praksa, 36(4), 576-591.

Pellizzoni, L., & Ungaro, D. (2000). Technological risk, participation and deliberation. Some results from three Italian case studies. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 78(1-3), 261-280.

Penman, R. (1994). Environmental Matters and Communication Challenges. Australian Journal of Communication, 21(3), 26-39.

Perks, G. (2000). The housewife who went to Washington. Alternatives Journal, 26(4), 24.

Perloff, R. (1998). Impediments in the production and consumption of science and technical communication. Science Communication, 20(1), 81-90.

Perry, R. W., & Nelson, L. (1991). Ethnicity and Hazard Information Dissemination. Environmental Management, 15(4), 581-587.

Perry, S. D. (1996). Rx for risk communication. Civil Engineering, 66(8), 61.

Perry, S. D., & Gonzenbach, W. J. (2000). Inhibiting speech through exemplar distribution: can we predict a spiral of silence? Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 44(2), 268-281.

Peters, H. P. (1993). In Search for Opportunities to Raise Environmental Risk Literacy. Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry, 40(1-4), 289-300.

Peters, H. P. (1995). The Interaction of Journalists and Scientific Experts: Co-Operation and Conflict between Two Professional Cultures. Media Culture & Society, 17(1), 31-48.

Peters, R. G. (1996). A study of the factors determining perceptions of trust and credibility in environmental risk communication: The importance of overcoming negative stereotypes. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, 68(6), 442-447.

Peters, R. G., Covello, V. T., & McCallum, D. B. (1997). The determinants of trust and credibility in environmental risk communication: An empirical study. Risk Analysis, 17(1), 43-54.

Peterson, M. J., & Peterson, T. R. (1993). A Rhetorical Critique of 'Nonmarket' Economic Valuations for Natural Resources. Environmental Values, 2(1), 47-65.

Peterson, M. J., & Peterson, T. R. (1996). Ecology: Scientific, deep and feminist. Environmental Values, 5(2), 123-146.

Phillips, B. D. (1986). The Media in Disaster Threat Situations: Some Possible Relationships between Mass Media Reporting and Voluntarism. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 4(3), 7-26.

Phillips, L. (2000). Mediated communication and the privatization of public problems - Discourse on ecological risks and political action. European Journal of Communication, 15(2), 171-207.

Phillips, P. (1999). Untold Stories of US/NATO's War and US Media Complacency. Social Policy, 30(1), 47-49.

Pickering, H. (1994). The Role of Corporations in the Management of the Marine- Environment. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 28(10), 629-637.

Pickvance, K. (1997). Social Movements in Hungary and Russia: The Case of Environmental Movements. European Sociological Review, 13(1), 35-54.

Pickvance, K. (1998). Democracy and Grassroots Opposition in Eastern Europe: Hungary and Russia Compared. The Sociological Review, 46(2), 187-207.

Pierce, J. C., Lee-Sammons, L., Steger, M. A. E., & Lovrich, N. P., Jr. (1990). Media Reliance and Public Images of Environmental Politics in Ontario and Michigan. Journalism Quarterly, 67(4), 838-842.

Pieters, R., & et al. (1998). Consumers' attributions of proenvironmental behavior, motivation, and ability to self and others. Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 17(2), 215-225.

Pina, C. (1999). The city, the countryside and nature in the discourse of two charismatic revival communities: two visions of society and politics? Social Compass, 46(1), 85-99.

Pinxten, R. (1980). Dimensions of Science and Science Policy: Some Notes and Queries. Communication and Cognition, 13(2-3), 127-132.

Piotrowski, C., & Armstrong, T. R. (1998). Mass Media Preferences in Disaster: A Study of Hurricane Danny. Social Behavior and Personality, 26(4), 341-345.

Ploughman, P. (1995). The American Print News Media 'Construction' of Five Natural Disasters. Disasters, 19(4), 308-326.

Ploughman, P. (1997). Disasters, the media and social structures: A typology of credibility hierarchy persistence based on newspaper coverage of the Love Canal and six other disasters. Disasters, 21(2), 118-137.

Polonsky, M. J., & et al. (1998). Communicating environmental information: are marketing claims on packaging misleading? Journal of Business Ethics, 17(3).

Porter, R., & Peters, J. A. (1981). An Ecological Framework for the Integration of Practice Methods. Social Development Issues, 5(2-3), 157-164.

Potter, C., & Goodwin, P. (1998). Agricultural liberalization in the European Union: An analysis of the implications for nature conservation. Journal of Rural Studies, 14(3), 287-298.

Poumadere, M. (1995). Issues in Communication with the Public on Health and Environmental Risks. European Review of Applied Psychology-Revue Europeenne De Psychologie Appliquee, 45(1), 7-16.

Prado, P. (1990). Landscape after a Storm. Aftereffects of a Natural Catastrophe: Order and Disorder in the Cultural Realm Paysage apres la tempete. Les Retombees d'une catastrophe naturelle: ordre et desordre dans le culturel. Etudes rurales, 118-119(Apr-Sept), 31-43.

Pravdic, V. (1996). Contemporary Issues of the Comprehension of Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection in Postcommunist Countries: The Croatian Example Suvremeni problemi shvacanja odrzivog razvitka i zastite okolisa u postkomunistickim zemljama: primjer Hrvatske. Socijalna Ekologija, 5(4), 513-525.

Priest, S. H. (1995). Information Equity, Public Understanding of Science, and the Biotechnology Debate. Journal of Communication, 45(1), 39-54.

Protess, D. L., Cook, F. L., Curtin, T. R., Gordon, M. T., Leff, D. R., McCombs, M. E., & Miller, P. (1987). The Impact of Investigative Reporting on Public Opinion and Policymaking: Targeting Toxic Waste. The Public Opinion Quarterly, 51(2), 166-185.

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Quarantelli, E. L. (1989). Realities and Mythologies in Disaster Films. University of Delaware Disaster Research Center-Report Series, 19, 1-127.

Quarantelli, E. L. (1996a). Basic Themes Derived from Survey Findings on Human Behavior in the Mexico City Earthquake. International Sociology, 11(4), 481-499.

Quarantelli, E. L. (1996b). The Future Is Not the Past Repeated: Projecting Disasters in the 21st Century from Current Trends. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 4(4), 228-240.

Quarantelli, E. L. (1997). Ten Criteria for Evaluating the Management of Community Disasters. Disasters, 21(1), 39-56.

Quigley, D., Handy, D., Goble, R., Sanchez, V., & George, P. (2000). Participatory research strategies in nuclear risk management for native communities. Journal of Health Communication, 5(4), 305-331.

Rabinowitz, S., Feiner, M., & Ribak, J. (1994). Teaching Interpersonal Skills to Occupational and Environmental-Health Professionals. Psychological Reports, 74(3), 1299-1306.

Rahman, M. Z., & Mikuni, H. (1999). Farmers' attitudes towards sustainable agriculture issues and environmental quality in a selected area of Bangladesh. American Journal of Alternative Agriculture, 14(1), 22-29.

Rakotoniaina, L. J., & Randriamanampisoa, H. (1999). Theatre as a tool for conservation of threatened species. Dodo, 35, 158-170.

Ramsey, S. (1999). A benchmark study of elaboration and sourcing in science stories for eight American newspapers. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 76(1), 87-98.

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