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Taylor, R. (1995). Community Environmental Learning. Convergence, 28(4), 81-88.

Tehranian, M., & Ogden, M. R. (1998). Uncertain futures - Changing paradigms and global communications. Futures, 30(2-3), 199-210.

Teisl, M. F., & Roe, B. (2000). Environmental certification - Informing consumers about forest products. Journal of Forestry, 98(2), 36-42.

Teniere-Buchot, P. F. (1974). The Participation and Role of the Public in Water Management Decisions in France Participation Et Role Du Public Dans La Gestion De La Ressource En Eau. Analyse and Prevision, 18(1-2), 77-106.

Tesh, S. N. (1999). Citizen experts in environmental risk. Policy Sciences, 32(1), 39-58.

Tessier, R. (1993). Environmental Ethics and the Theory of Moral Fact in Durkheim Ethique environnementale et theorie du fait moral chez Durkheim. Social Compass, 40(3), 437-449.

Tewfik, I. (1996). Mobilization in a Cairo Neighborhood: Community Participation and Environmental Change. Middle East Report, 27(1(202)), 26-27.

Theobald, R. (1970). Communication to Build Future Environment. Main Currents in Modern Thought, 26(4), 105-111.

Theodossopoulos, D. (1997). Turtles, Farmers and 'Ecologists': The Cultural Reason behind a Community's Resistance of Environmental Conservation. Journal of Mediterranean Studies, 7(2), 250-267.

Thiemele, A.-E. (1979). Science and Technology in the Service of Development. Technology in Society, 1(2), 159-164.

Thoenes, P. (1972). Guided Revolution Planmatige Revolutie. Mens en Onderneming, 26(6), 376-381.

Thornton, J. (1992). The Dioxin Deception. Propaganda Review, 9(fall), 22-25,64-65.

Tichenor, P. J., & Wackman, D. B. (1973). Mass Media and Community Public Opinion. American Behavioral Scientist, 16(4), 593-606.

Tiger, L. (1973). Biology, Rhetoric, Reform: The Allure of Low-born High Ideals. Social Science Information/Information sur les Sciences Sociales, 12(5), 51-60.

Ting, T.-Y., Cheng, W.-Y., Liu, S.-L., & Cheng, L.-L. (1988). Solid Waste Disposal by the People of Taiwan: An Island-Wide Survey Title appears in Chinese. Kuo Li Tai-wan Ta Hsueh She Hui Hsueh K'an/National Taiwan University Journal of Sociology, 19(may), 123-163.

Tinic, S. A. (1997). United Colors and Untied Meanings: Benetton and the Commodification of Social Issues. Journal of Communication, 47(3), 3-25.

Toma, L., & Gheorghe, E. (1992). A Possible Communication Model Applied to Socioeconomic- Development Processes - an Alternative Scenario for Romania. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 41(3), 283-307.

Tombs, S. (1994). Green for Danger? Environmental Protection and Safety Management in the UK Chemicals Industries. Industrial & Environmental Crisis Quarterly, 8(3), 257-273.

Tondl, L. (1993). Is It Justified to Consider the Semiotics of Technological Artifacts. Filosoficky Casopis, 41(4), 642-664.

Treno, A. J., & Holder, H. D. (1997). Community mobilization: Evaluation of an environmental approach to local action. Addiction, 92, S173-S187.

Trettin, L., & Musham, C. (2000). Is trust a realistic goal of environmental risk communication? Environment and Behavior, 32(3), 410-426.

Triandafyllidou, A. (1996). 'Green' Corruption in the Italian Press: Does Political Culture Matter? European Journal of Communication, 11(3), 371-391.

Trigger, D. (1999). Nature, Work and 'the Environment': Contesting Sentiments and Identities in the Southwest of Western Australia. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 10(2), 163-176.

Trotter, R. T. (1990). The Cultural Parameters of Lead-Poisoning - a Medical Anthropologists View of Intervention in Environmental Lead- Exposure. Environmental Health Perspectives, 89, 79-84.

Truglio, R. T., Murphy, K. C., Oppenheimer, S., Huston, A. C., & Wright, J. C. (1996). Predictors of Children's Entertainment Television Viewing: Why Are They Tuning In? Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 17(4), 475-493.

Tsang, A. K. T., & George, U. (1998). Towards an Integrated Frameworks for Cross-Cultural Social Work Practice. Canadian Social Work Review/Revue canadienne de service social, 15(1), 73-93.

Tsoukas, H. (1999). David and Goliath in the risk society: Making sense of the conflict between shell and Greenpeace in the North Sea. Organization, 6(3), 499-528.

Tunnicliffe, S. D. (1999). Talking about Brine shrimps: Three ways of analysing pupil conversations. Research in Science & Technological Education, 17(2), 203-217.

Turk, A. (1992). Visualization in Environmental-Management - Beyond the Buzz Word. Landscape and Urban Planning, 21(4), 253-255.

Turner, J., Holmes, L., & Hodgson, F. C. (2000). Intelligent urban development: An introduction to a participatory approach. Urban Studies, 37(10), 1723-1734.

Turner, N. J. (1997). "Bear's Fruit": Relationships between Plants and Animals in the Amerindian Languages and Cultures of the West Coast "Le Fruit de l'ours": les rapports entre les plantes et les animaux dans les langues et les cultures amerindiennes de la Cote-Ouest. Recherches amerindiennes au quebec, 27(3-4), 31-48.

Turner, R. H. (1993). Reflections on the Past and Future of Social Research on Earthquake Warnings. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 11(3), 453-468.

Tyden, T. (1996). The contribution of longitudinal studies for understanding science communication and research utilization. Science Communication, 18(1), 29-48.

Tyson, C. B., & Broderick, S. H. (1999). A strategic approach to promoting estate conservation planning for combatting land fragmentation. Society & Natural Resources, 12(7), 693-702.

Ungar, S. (1992). The Rise and (Relative) Decline of Global Warming as a Social Problem. The Sociological Quarterly, 33(4), 483-501.

Ungar, S. (1998). Bringing the Issue Back In: Comparing the Marketability of the Ozone Hole and Global Warming. Social Problems, 45(4), 510-527.

Valenti, J. M. (1998). Ethical decision making in environmental communication. Mass Media Ethics, 13(4), 219-231.

Valenti, J. M. (2000). Improving the scientist/journalist conversation. Science and Engineering Ethics, 6(4), 543-548.

Valiverronen, E. (1995). The Forest Is Ill: The Definition of Environmental Threats in the Finnish Press ymparistouhkan maarittely sanomalehdissa. Teidotustutkimus, 18(4).

Valve, H. (1999). Frame conflicts and the formulation of alternatives: Environmental assessment of an infrastructure plan. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 19(2), 125-142.

Van den Daele, W. (1996). Sociological Observation and Ecological Crisis Soziologische Beobachtung und okologische Krise. Kolner Zeitschrift fur Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 36(special supplement), 420-440.

Van der Pligt, J., & Midden, C. J. (1990). Chernobyl: Four years later: Attitudes, risk management and communication. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 10(2), 91-99.

Van Duin, M. J. (1993). Emerging European Experience with Crisis Management. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 1(1), 57-60.

Van Eijndhoven, J. C. M., Weterings, R. A. P. M., Worrell, C. W., De Boer, J., Van Der Pligt, J., & Stallen, P.-J. M. (1994). Risk Communication in the Netherlands: The Monitored Introduction of the EC "Post-Seveso" Directive. Risk Analysis, 14(1), 87-96.

Van Woerkum, C., & Van Meegeren, P. (1990). Environmental Problems and the Use of Information: The Importance of the Policy Context. Knowledge in Society, 3(3), 44-49.

Vandamme, R. (1996). On the Transition of the Public Sphere as the Place of the Political. The Antipublic Nature of Greenpeace's Public Campaigns Uber den Wandel von Offentlichkeit als Ort des Politischen: Von der Gegen-offentlichkeit zur Kampagnenoffentlichkeit von Greenpeace. Forschungsjournal Neue Soziale Bewegungen, 9(1), 101-103.

Vaughan, E. (1993). Chronic exposure to an environmental hazard: Risk perceptions and self-protective behavior. Health Psychology, 12(1), 74-85.

Vaughan, E. (1995). The Significance of Socioeconomic and Ethnic Diversity for the Risk Communication Process. Risk Analysis, 15(2), 169-180.

Vaughan, E. (1995). The socioeconomic context of exposure and response to environmental risk. Environment and Behavior, 27(4), 454-489.

Vaughan, E., & Seifert, M. (1992). Variability in the Framing of Risk Issues. Journal of Social Issues, 48(4), 119-135.

Vedeld, P. O. (1994). The Environment and Interdisciplinarity Ecological and Neoclassical Economical Approaches to the Use of Natural- Resources. Ecological Economics, 10(1), 1-13.

Venable, J. M., Li, Q., Ginter, P. M., & Duncan, W. J. (1993). The Use of Scenario Analysis in Local Public-Health Departments - Alternative Futures for Strategic-Planning. Public Health Reports, 108(6), 701-710.

Vervaet, P. (1997). Environmental Communication as a Building Block of Corporate Image e als opbouwend element van het bedrijfsimago. Tijdschrift voor Sociale Wetenschappen, 42(3), 310-324.

Viehover, W. (1996). The "Moral Economy" of Environmental Protest in Postwar Japan konomie" des Umweltprotestes im Nachkriegsjapan. Forschungsjournal Neue Soziale Bewegungen, 9(4), 48-56.

Villasante, T. R. (1996). The [Sustainable] Construction of an [Equilibriated] Civilization Change La construccion (sustentable) de un cambio civilizatorio (equilibrador). Politica y Sociedad, 23(Sept-Dec), 193-208.

Visher, S. S. (1948). Environmental backgrounds of leading American scientists. American Sociological Review, 13, 65-72.

Vlek, C., & Keren, G. (1992). Behavioral decision theory and environmental risk management: Assessment and resolution of four "survival" dilemmas. Acta Psychologica, 80(1-3), 249-278.

Vogler, R. (1984). The Law as a Nuclear-Free Zone: Legality and the Peace Movement. International Journal of the Sociology of Law, 12(2), 195-203.

Volker, K. (1997). Local commitment for sustainable rural landscape development. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment, 63(2-3), 107-120.

Wade, S., & Schramm, W. (1969). The mass media as sources of public affairs, science, and health knowledge. Public Opinion Quarterly, 33(2), 197-209.

WadeBenzoni, K. A., Tenbrunsel, A. E., & Bazerman, M. H. (1996). Egocentric interpretations of fairness in asymmetric, environmental social dilemmas: Explaining harvesting behavior and the role of communication. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 67(2), 111-126.

Wagensberg, J. (2000). Complexity versus uncertainty: The question of staying alive. Biology & Philosophy, 15(4), 493-508.

Wagner, P. L. (1974). Cultural landscapes and regions: Aspects of communication. Geoscience and man, 5, 133-142.

Wagner, R. G., Flynn, J., Gregory, R., Mertz, C. K., & Slovic, P. (1998). Acceptable practices in Ontario's forests: Differences between the public and forestry professionals. New Forests, 16(2), 139-154.

Wakefield, S., & Elliott, S. J. (2000). Environmental risk perception and well-being: Effects of the landfill siting process in two southern Ontario communities. Social Science and Medicine, 50(7-8), 1139-1154.

Waks, L. J. (1996). Environmental Claims and Citizen Rights. Environmental Ethics, 18(2), 133-148.

Walk, H., & Brunnengraber, A. (1996). "Ad hoc Alliances"-A New Sociopolitical Perspective? "Ad-Hoc-Allianzen"-Eine neue gesellschaftspolitische Perspektive? Forschungsjournal Neue Soziale Bewegungen, 9(2), 70-82.

Walker, G., Simmons, P., Irwin, A., & Wynne, B. (1999). Risk communication, public participation and the Seveso II directive. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 65(1-2), 179-190.

Wall, G. (1995). Barriers to Individual Environmental Action: The Influence of Attitudes and Social Experiences. La Revue Canadienne de Sociologie et d'Anthropologie/The Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, 32(4), 465-489.

Wall, G. (1999). Science, Nature, and The Nature of Things: An Instance of Canadian Environmental Discourse, 1960-1994. Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie, 24(1), 53-85.

Walton, J. (2000). Should monitoring be compulsory within voluntary environmental agreements? Sustainable Development, 8(3), 146-154.

Wang, Z. (1991). The Chinese Mass Media: Environmental Coverage (A Case Study). Interaction, 9(1-2), 94-118.

Wang, Z. (1997). Responding to Silent Spring: Scientists, Popular Science Communication and Environmental Policy in the Kennedy Years. Science Communication, 19(2), 141-163.

Warren, C. (1999). Toxic purity: The progressive era origins of American's lead paint Poisoning epidemic. Business History Review, 73(4), 705-736.

Wattier, M. J., & Tatalovich, R. (2000). Issue publics, mass publics, and agenda setting: environmentalism and economics in presidential elections. Environment and Planning C-Government and Policy, 18(1), 115-126.

Webb, J. W., & Sigal, L. L. (1992). Strategic Environmental Assessment in the United States. Project Appraisal, 7(3), 137-141.

Weeks, P. (1999). Cyber-activism: World Wildlife Fund's campaign to save the tiger. Culture and Agriculture, 21(3), 19-30.

Weingart, P., Engels, A., & Pansegrau, P. (2000). Risks of communication: discourses on climate change in science, politics, and the mass media. Public Understanding of Science, 9(3), 261-283.

Weinstein, N. D., Klotz, M. L., & Sandman, P. M. (1989). Promoting Remedial Response to the Risk of Radon: Are Information Campaigns Enough? Science, Technology, and Human Values, 14(4), 360-379.

Weiss, B. (1983). Behavioral toxicology and environmental health science: Opportunity and challenge for psychology. American Psychologist, 38(11), 1174-1187.

Wenger, D., & Friedman, B. (1986). Local and National Media Coverage of Disaster: A Content Analysis of the Print Media's Treatment of Disaster Myths. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 4(3), 27-50.

Wenger, D., & Quarantelli, E. L. (1986). Local Mass Media Operations, Problems and Products in Disasters. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 4(3), 27-50.

Wetzel, C. G., Hettinger, E., McMillan, R., Rayburn, M., & Nix, A. (1993). Methodological Issues in Studying Response to the Browning Prediction of a New Madrid Earthquake: A Researcher's Cautionary Tale. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 11(3), 437-452.

Wheale, P., & McNally, R. (1993). Biotechnology Policy in Europe: A Critical Evaluation. Science and Public Policy (SPP), 20(4), 261-279.

Wiebe, G. D. (1973). Mass Media and Man's Relationship to His Environment. Journalism Quarterly, 50(3), 426-432, & 446.

Wiedemann, P. M., & Schutz, H. (1999). Risk communication for environmental health hazards. Zentralblatt Fur Hygiene Und Umweltmedizin, 202(2-4), 345-359.

Wiedemann, P. M., Schutz, H., & Peters, H. P. (1991). Information Needs Concerning a Planned Waste Incineration Facility. Risk Analysis, 11(2), 229-237.

Wiegman, O., & Gutteling, J. M. (1995). Risk Appraisal and Risk Communication - Some Empirical-Data from the Netherlands Reviewed. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 16(1-2), 227-249.

Wiegman, O., Komilis, E., Cadet, B., Boer, H., & Gutteling, J. M. (1992). The Response of Local Residents to a Chemical Hazard Warning: Prediction of Behavioral Intentions in Greece, France and the Netherlands. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 10(3), 499-515.

Wiehe, V. R. (1986). Scientific Technology and the Human Condition. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 13(1), 88-97.

Wilenius, M., & Tirkkonen, J. (1997). Climate in the Making: Using Delphi for Finnish Climate Policy. Futures, 29(9), 845-862.

Wilkins, L. (1986). Media Coverage of the Bhopal Disaster: A Cultural Myth in the Making. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 4(1), 7-33.

Wilkins, L., & Patterson, P. (1987). Risk Analysis and the Construction of News. Journal of Communication, 37(3), 80-92.

Wilkins, L., & Patterson, P. (1990). Risky Business: Covering Slow-Onset Hazards as Rapidly Developing News. Political Communication and Persuasion, 7(1), 11-23.

Wilkinson, B. J. (1997). Ending Ages of Insanity: A Theoretical Approach. Guru Nanak Journal of Sociology, 18(2), 103-115.

Willems, J., & Hanssen, L. (1993). Science and Technology on TV-Four European Countries Compared. Communications, 18(2), 215-221.

WillemsBraun, B. (1997). Buried epistemologies: The politics of nature in (Post)colonial British Columbia. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 87(1), 3-31.

Willener, A. (1990). Social Polarization and Risk Polarisation sociale et risque. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Soziologie/Revue Suisse de sociologie, 16(3), 297-306.

Williams, B. L., Brown, S., & Greenberg, M. (1999). Determinants of trust perceptions among residents surrounding the Savannah River Nuclear Weapons Site. Environment and Behavior, 31(3), 354-371.

Williams, D. E., & Olaniran, B. A. (1998). Expanding the crisis planning function: Introducing elements of risk communication to crisis communication practice. Public Relations Review, 24(3), 387-400.

Williams, J., & Frey, R. S. (1997). The Changing Status of Global Warming as a Social Problem: Competing Factors in Two Public Arenas. Research in Community Sociology, 7, 279-299.

Williams, P. (1993). Green thumbs. Oil & Gas Investor, 13(2), 39.

Wilson, K. M. (1995). Mass media as sources of global warming knowledge. Mass Comm Review, 22(1/2), 75-89.

Wilson, K. M. (2000). Drought, debate, and uncertainty: measuring reporters' knowledge and ignorance about climate change. Public Understanding of Science, 9(1), 1-13.

Winkel, F. W. (1981). Small Infractions against Environmental Regulations: A Plea for Enlightenment in the Penal Code Kleine milieucriminaliteit: pleidooi voor poenale voorlichting. Mens en Maatschappij, 56(1), 22-41.

Witt, W. (1973). Communication Concepts for Science and Environmental Communications. Journal of Environmental Education, 5(1), 58-62.

Witton, R. A. (1974). Dualism or Development: Colonial Society as a Total Institution. International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 15(1-2), 107-113.

Wojciechowski, J. A. (1983). Implications of the Ecology of Knowledge for Multicultural Synergy. Man-Environment Systems, 13(5), 183-192.

Wolch, J. R., Gullo, A., & Lassiter, U. (1997). Changing Attitudes toward California's Cougars. Society & Animals, 5(2), 95-116.

Wolfley, J. (1998). Ecological risk assessment and management: Their failure to value indigenous traditional ecological knowledge and protect tribal homelands. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 22(2), 151-169.

Wood, M. (1999). Rimbunan Hijau versus the world bank and Australian miners: Print media representations of forestry policy conflict in Papua New Guinea. Australian Journal of Anthropology, 10(2), 177-191.

Woodhead, A. C., Cornish, P. S., & Slavich, P. G. (2000). Multi-stakeholder benchmarking: clarifying attitudes and behaviour from complexity and ambiguity. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 40(4), 595-607.

Wylie, J., Sheehy, N. P., McGuinness, C., & Orchard, G. (1996). Children's Cognitions: Issues for Global Environmental Education. The Irish Journal of Psychology, 17(4), 310-326.

Yin, J. (1999). Elite opinion and media diffusion: exploring environmental attitudes. Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 4(3), 62-86.

Young, E. (1999). Local people and conservation in Mexico's El Vizcaino biosphere reserve. Geographical Review, 89(3), 364-390.

Young, G. L. (1986). Environment: Term and Concept in the Social Sciences. Social Science Information/Information sur les Sciences Sociales, 25(1), 83-124.

Zagacki, K. (1999). Spatial and temporal images in the biodiversity dispute. The Quarterly Journal of Speech, 85(4), 417-435.

Zelwietro, J. (1998). The politicization of environmental organizations through the Internet. Information Society, 14(1), 45-56.



Ziegler, C. E. (1982). Economic Alternatives and Administrative Solutions in Soviet Environmental Protection. The Policy Studies Journal, 11(1), 175-187.

Zierhofer, W. (1999). The "Dying Forest," a Concept and Its Immunization: The Treatment of an Environmental Problem by Science and the Media Das "Waldsterben", ein Konzept und Seine Immunisierung: Zur Verarbeitung eines Umweltproblems durch Wissenschaft und Massenmedien. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Soziologie/Revue Suisse de sociologie, 25(1), 33-59.
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