The literature of environmental communication

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Chess, C., Salomone, K. L., & Hance, B. J. (1995). Improving Risk Communication in Government - Research Priorities. Risk Analysis, 15(2), 127-135.

Chess, C., Saville, A., Tamuz, M., & Greenberg, M. (1992). The organizational links between risk communication and risk management: The case of Sybron Chemicals Inc. Risk Analysis, 12(3), 431-438.

Chess, C., Tamuz, M., Saville, A., & Greenberg, M. (1992). Reducing Uncertainty and Increasing Credibility: The Case of Sybron Chemicals Inc. Industrial Crisis Quarterly, 6(1), 55-70.

Chilson, P. (1997). Tree huggers and damned cowboys: The rhetoric of an environmental conflict. North American Review, 282(1), 38-44.

Cicourel, A. V. (1982). Interviews, Surveys, and the Problem of Ecological Validity. The American Sociologist, 17(1), 11-20.

Claudio, L., Torres, T., Sanjurjo, E., Sherman, L. R., & Landrigan, P. J. (1998). Environmental health sciences education - A tool for achieving environmental equity and protecting children. Environmental Health Perspectives, 106, 849-855.

Coleman, C.-L. (1993). The Influence of Mass Media and Interpersonal Communication on Societal and Personal Risk Judgments. Communication Research, 20(4), 611-628.

Coleman, C.-L. (1995). Science, Technology and Risk Coverage of a Community Conflict. Media Culture & Society, 17(1), 65-79.

Collins, C. A., & Kephart, S. R. (1995). Science as news: the emergence and framing of biodiversity. Mass Comm Review, 22(1/2), 21-45.

Collins-Jarvis, L. (1997). Participation and Consensus in Collective Action Organizations: The Influence of Interpersonal versus Mass-Mediated Channels. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 25(1), 1-16.

Colombo, M. (1994a). Communication and Environmental Information Comunicazione e informazione ambientale. Studi di Sociologia, 32(2), 133-156.

Colombo, M. (1994b). Environmental Controversies: A Problem of "Rationality"? Controversie ambientali: un problema di "razionalita"? Studi di Sociologia, 32(2), 133-156.

Comolet, A. (1991). The Ecological Renewal. From Eco-Utopia to Eco-Capitalism Le Renouveau ecologique. De l'eco-utopie a l'eco-capitalisme. Futuribles, 157(Sept.), 41-54.

Condit, C. M. (2000). Culture and biology in human communication: Toward a multi- causal model. Communication Education, 49(1), 7-24.

Conklin, B. A., & Graham, L. R. (1995). The Shifting Middle Ground: Amazonian Indians and Eco-Politics. American Anthropologist, 97(4), 695-710.

Connelly, N. A., & Knuth, B. A. (1998). Evaluating risk communication: Examining target audience perceptions about four presentation formats for fish consumption health advisory information. Risk Analysis, 18(5), 649-659.

Cook, S. (1997). Wildfire Adapted Ecosystems Meet Man's Development. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 12(2), 24-31.

Coombs, W. T. (1995). Choosing the Right Words: The Development of Guidelines for the Selection of "Appropriate" Crisis-Response Strategies. Management Communication Quarterly, 8(4), 447-476.

Corbett, J. B. (1998). The environment as theme and package on a local television newscast. Science Communication, 19(3), 222-237.

Corneloup, J. (1997). Risks, Public Opinion and Practices of Mountain Climbing Risques, opinion publique et pratiques d'escalade. Societes, 55, 23-40.

Corner, J., Richardson, K., & Fenton, N. (1990). Textualizing Risk: TV Discourse and the Issue of Nuclear Energy. Media Culture & Society, 12(1), 105-124.

Corson, W. H. (1995). Priorities for a Sustainable Future: The Role of Education, the Media, and Tax Reform. The Journal of Social Issues, 51(4), 37-61.

Cotgrove, S., & Duff, A. (1980). Environmentalism, Middle-Class Radicalism and Politics. The Sociological Review, 28(2), 333-351.

Cottle, S. (1998). Ulrich Beck, 'risk society' and the media - A catastrophic view? European Journal of Communication, 13(1), 5-32.

Coulson, D. C., & Lacy, S. (1998). Newspaper economic coverage of motor vehicle emissions standards. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 75(1), 154-166.

Counsell, D. (1998). Sustainable Development and Structure Plans in England and Wales: A Review of Current Practice. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 41(2), 177-194.

Coupland, N., & Coupland, J. (1997). Bodies, Beaches, and Burn-Times: 'Environmentalism' and Its Discursive Competitors. Discourse & Society, 8(1), 7-25.

Cramb, R. A., Garcia, J. N. M., Gerrits, R. V., & Saguiguit, G. C. (2000). Conservation farming projects in the Philippine uplands: Rhetoric and reality. World Development, 28(5), 911-927.

Cross, R. T., & Price, R. F. (1995). Education for World Citizenship: An Ecological Necessity? Melbourne Studies in Education, 36(2), 107-123.

Crowther, B. (1997). Viewing What Comes Naturally: A Feminist Approach to Television Natural History. Women's Studies International Forum, 20(2), 289-300.

Csutora, M. (1997). The mismanagement of environmental conflicts. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 552, 52-64.

Cummings, R. (1982). Social Development and Social Planning: Toward a Social Ecology. Social Development Issues, 6(2), 15-26.

Currie, D. H. (1994). "Going Green": Mythologies of Consumption in Adolescent Magazines. Youth and Society, 26(1), 92-117.

Cutler, C., & Hay, I. (2000). 'Club Dread': applying and refining an issues-based role play on environment, economy, and culture. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 24(2), 179-197.

Cvetkovich, G., & Earle, T. C. (1992). Environmental Hazards and the Public. Journal of Social Issues, 48(4), 1-20.

D'Souza, F. (1994). Democracy as a Cure for Famine. Journal of Peace Research, 31(4), 369-373.

Dake, K. (1992). Myths of Nature - Culture and the Social Construction of Risk. Journal of Social Issues, 48(4), 21-37.

Daley, P., & O'Neill, D. (1991). "Said Is Too Mild a Word": Press Coverage of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. Journal of Communication, 41(4), 42-57.

Daley, P. J. (2000). Mapping the environment: contested physical and cultural terrain in the "far north." Journalism & Communication Monographs, 1(4), 265-345.

Daniels, S. E., & Walker, G. B. (1995). Managing Local Environmental Conflict amidst National Controversy. The International Journal of Conflict Management, 6(3), 290-311.

Dash, N. (1997). The Use of Geographic Information Systems in Disaster Research. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 15(1), 135-146.

Davidson, D. J., & Freudenburg, W. R. (1996). Gender and environmental risk concerns: A review and analysis of available research. Environment and Behavior, 28(3), 302-339.

Davies, G. (2000). Science, observation and entertainment: Competing visions of postwar British natural history television, 1946-1967. Ecumene, 7(4), 432-460.

Davis, J. J. (1992). Ethics and Environmental Marketing. Journal of Business Ethics, 11(2), 81-87.

Davis, J. J. (1995). The Effects of Message Framing on Response to Environmental Communications. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 72(2), 285-299.

Davis, T. S. (1995). Communicating environment, health, and safety information to internal and external audiences. Technical Communication, 42(3), 460.

de Castri, F. (1976). International, Interdisciplinary Research in Ecology: Some Problems of Organization and Execution. The Case of the Man and the Biosphere (MAB) Programme. Human Ecology, 4(3), 235-246.

De Marchi, B. (1991a). Effective Communication between the Scientific Community and the Media. Disasters, 15(3), 237-243.

De Marchi, B. (1991b). Public Information about Major Accident Hazards: Legal Requirements and Practical Implementation. Industrial Crisis Quarterly, 5(4), 239-251.

De Marchi, B. (1991c). The Seveso Directive: An Italian Pilot Study in Enabling Communication. Risk Analysis, 11(2), 207-215.

De Marchi, B. (1995). Environmental Problems, Policy Decisions and Risk Communication: What Is the Role for the Social Sciences? Science and Public Policy (SPP), 22(3), 157-161.

De Marchi, B., & Haastrup, P. (1995). Risk Communication and Transport of Dangerous Goods: Extending Experiences from Industrial Installations in the European Community. Science and Public Policy (SPP), 22(3), 157-161.

Dearing, J. W., & Kazmierczak, J. (1993). Making Iconoclasts Credible: The Iben Browning Earthquake Prediction. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 11(3), 391-403.

Decamps, H. (2000). Demanding more of landscape research (and researchers). Landscape and Urban Planning, 47(3-4), 105-109.

Deck, W., & Kosatsky, T. (1999). Communicating their individual results to participants in an environmental exposure study: Insights from clinical ethics. Environmental Research, 80(2), S223-S229.

DellaSala, D. A., Olson, D. M., Barth, S. E., Crane, S. L., & Primm, S. A. (1995). Forest health: Moving beyond rhetoric to restore healthy landscapes in the inland Northwest. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 23(3).

DeLuca, K. M. (1999). The possibilities of nature in a postmodern age: The rhetorical tactics of environmental justice groups. Communication Theory, 9(2), 189-215.

Depoe, S. (1997). Environmental Studies in Mass Communication. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 14(4), 368-372.

Der Karabetian, A., Stephenson, K., & Poggi, T. (1996). Environmental risk perception, activism and world-mindedness among samples of British and U.S. College students. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 83(2), 451-462.

Derman, B. (1995). Environmental Ngos, Dispossession, and the State - the Ideology and Praxis of African Nature and Development. Human Ecology, 23(2), 199-215.

Deutsch, K. W. (1974). On the interaction of ecological and political systems: Some potential contributions of the social sciences to the study of man and his environment. Social Science Information, 13(6), 5-15.

Deutsch, S., & Van Houten, D. (1974). Environmental Sociology and the American Working Class. Humboldt Journal of Social Relations, 2(1), 22-26.

Dietz, T., Stern, P. C., & Rycroft, R. W. (1989). Definitions of conflict and the legitimation of resources: The case of environmental risk. Sociological Forum, 4(1), 47-70.

DiMento, J. F. (1989). Can Social Science Explain Organizational Noncompliance with Environmental Law? The Journal of Social Issues, 45(1), 109-132.

Dodgson, M. (1993). Learning, Trust, and Technological Collaboration. Human Relations, 46(1), 77-95.

Domfeh, K. A. (1999). Evaluation of environmental news coverage in Ghana. Journal of Environmental Health, 62(3), 27-32.

Donati, P. R. (1996). Building a Unified Movement: Resource Mobilization, Media Work, and Organizational Transformation in the Italian Environmentalist Movement. Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, 19, 125-157.

Dooge, J. C. I. (1999). Hydrologic science and social problems. Arbor-Ciencia Pensamiento Y Cultura, 164(646), 191-202.

Doornkamp, J. C. (1982). The Physical Basis for Planning in the Third World. I: Introduction. Third World Planning Review, 4(1), 11-12.

Dori, Y. J., & Tal, R. T. (2000). Formal and informal collaborative projects: Engaging in industry with environmental awareness. Science Education, 84(1), 95.

Dowie, M. (1991). Saving Face: Could Public Relations Have Rescued Exxon's Image? Propaganda Review, 8, 26-28.

Downs, A. (1999). Scientific and religious convergence toward and environmental typology? A search for scientific constructs in papal and episcopal documents. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 38(1), 45-58.

Doyle, T. (1990). Environmental Movement Power Brokers. Philosophy and Social Action, 16(3), 37-52.

Doyle, T. (1994). Dissent within the Environment Movement. Social Alternatives, 13(2), 24-26.

Drabek, T. E. (1992). Variations in Disaster Evacuation Behavior: Public Responses versus Private Sector Executive Decision-Making Processes. Disasters, 16(2), 104-118.

Driscoll, P., & Salwen, M. B. (1996). Riding Out the Storm: Public Evaluations of News Coverage of Hurricane Andrew. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 14(3), 293-303.

Dumas, B., & Gendron, C. (1991). Culture and Ecology: An Exploratory Study of the Participation of Quebec Media in the Construction of the Social Representations of Ecological Problems Culture ecologique: etude exploratoire de la participation de medias quebecois a la construction de representations sociales de problemes ecologiques. Sociologie et Societes, 23(1), 163-180.

Dunlap, R. E., & Heffernan, R. B. (1975). Outdoor Recreation and Environmental Concern: An Empirical Examination. Rural Sociology, 40(1), 18-30.

Dunnette, D. A. (1989). Assessing Risks and Preventing Disease from Environmental Chemicals. Journal of Community Health, 14(3), 169-186.

Dwight, K. (1997). Sperm Stories: Romantic, Entrepreneurial, and Environmental Narratives about Treating Male Infertility. Science as Culture, 6(2(27)), 246-276.

Dwivedi, O. P. (1992). An Ethical Approach to Environmental-Protection - a Code of Conduct and Guiding Principles. Canadian Public Administration-Administration Publique Du Canada, 35(3), 363-380.

Dyer, S. C., Jr., Miller, M. M., & Boone, J. (1991). Wire Service Coverage of the Exxon Valdez Crisis. Public Relations Review, 17(1), 27-36.

Easterling, D., Miller, S., & Weinberger, N. (1995). Environmental Consumerism - a Process of Childrens Socialization and Families Resocialization. Psychology & Marketing, 12(6), 531-550.

Edelstein, M. R. (1993). When the Honeymoon Is Over: Environmental Stigma and Distrust in the Siting of a Hazardous Waste Disposal Facility in Niagara Falls, New York. Research in Social Problems and Public Policy, 5, 75-95.

Eden, S. (1999). 'We have the facts' - how business claims legitimacy in the environmental debate. Environment and Planning A, 31(7), 1295-1309.

Eder, K. (1982). A New Social Movement? Telos, 52(summer), 5-20.

Egri, C. P. (1999). Attitudes, backgrounds and information preferences of Canadian organic and conventional farmers: Implications for organic farming advocacy and extension. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 13(3), 45-72.

Ehmke, W. (1998). Transformations of the Ecology Movement: An Attempt at Ecobalance Transformationen der Okologiebewegung: Versuch einer Okobilanz. Forschungsjournal Neue Soziale Bewegungen, 11(1), 142-153.

Elliott, E., Regens, J. L., & Seldon, B. J. (1995). Exploring Variation in Public Support for Environmental Protection. Social Science Quarterly, 76(1), 41-52.

Elliott, W. R., & Rosenberg, W. L. (1987). Media exposure and beliefs about science and technology. Communication Research, 14(2), 164-188.

Ercole, E., & Stefanizzi, S. (1993). Easy Data. Access and Friendly Use of Poll and Ecological Data in Italy Il dato facile. Accesso e utilizzo friendly di dati di sondaggio ed ecologici in Italia. Quaderni di Sociologia, 37(4), 124-151.

Etzkowitz, H. (1984). Corporate Induced Disaster: Three Mile Island and the Delegitimation of Nuclear Power. Humanity and Society, 8(3), 228-252..

Ewert, A. W. (1994). Playing the edge: Motivation and risk taking in a high-altitude wildernesslike environment. Environment and Behavior, 26(1), 3-24.

Eyerman, R., Jamison, A., & Andersson, L. G. (1987). Environmental Knowledge as an Organizational Weapon: The Case of Greenpeace Miljokunskap som organisatoriskt vapen: Fallet Greenpeace. Sociologisk Forskning, 24(2), 25-43.

Falkenmark, M. (1990). Global Water Issues Confronting Humanity. Journal of Peace Research, 27(2), 177-190.

Farley, J. E. (1993). Public, Media, and Institutional Responses to the Iben Browning Earthquake Prediction. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 11(3), 271-277.

Farley, J. E., Barlow, H. D., Finkelstein, M. S., & Riley, L. (1993). Earthquake Hysteria, Before and After: A Survey and Follow-Up on Public Response to the Browning Forecast. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 11(3), 305-321.

Farragher, P., & Szabo, M. (1986). Learning environmental science from text aided by a diagnostic and prescriptive instructional strategy. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 23(6), 557-569.

Farro, A. (1993). Environmental Organizations and Studies Organizzazioni e interventi sull'ambiente. Sociologia, 27(27), 1-3.

Faupel, C. E. (1988). Organizational Preparedness and Response to the West Memphis, Arkansas Tornado. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 6(2), 185-195.

Faupel, C. E., Bailey, C., & Griffin, G. (1991). Local Media Roles in Defining Hazardous Waste as a Social Problem: The Case of Sumter County, Alabama. Sociological Spectrum, 11(4), 293-319.

Featherstone, M. (1983). Consumer Culture: An Introduction. Theory, Culture & Society, 1(3), 4-9.

Feimer, N. R. (1984). Environmental perception: The effects of media, evaluative context, and observer sample. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 4(1), 61-80.

Feldmann, K. (1993). Eco-Sociology: Inside and Outside of the Cocoon. Innovation, 6(4), 387-397.

Ferguson, M. A., & Valenti, J. M. (1991). Communicating with Environmental Health Risk Takers: An Individual Differences Perspective. Health Education Quarterly, 18(3), 303-318.

Fiero, J. D. (2000). Surviving and Thriving Ecologically: The Story of Two Regional Environmental Organizations Integrating Structuration, Autopoietic, and Social Construction Theories. Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 60(12), 4627-A.

Fietkau, H.-J. (1990). Accident Prevention and Risk Communication in Environmental Protection: A Sociopsychological Perspective. Industrial Crisis Quarterly, 4(4), 277-289.

Filho, W. L., & Bandeira, M. V. (1995). Media and Environmental Education. Convergence, 28(4), 55-60.

Fineman, S., & Sturdy, A. (1999). The emotions of control: A qualitative exploration of environmental regulation. Human Relations, 52(2), 631-663.

Fischer, F. (1991). Risk Assessment and Environmental Crisis: Toward an Integration of Science and Participation. Industrial Crisis Quarterly, 5(2), 113-132.

Fischer, H. W., III. (1996). What Emergency Management Officials Should Know to Enhance Mitigation and Effective Disaster Response. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 4(4), 208-217.

Fischer-Kowalski, M., & Haberl, H. (1993). Metabolism and Colonization. Modes of Production and the Physical Exchange between Societies and Nature. Innovation, 6(4), 415-442.

Fischhoff, B. (1995). Risk Perception and Communication Unplugged - 20 Years of Process. Risk Analysis, 15(2), 137-145.

Fischhoff, B. (2000). Informed consent for eliciting environmental values. Environmental Science & Technology, 34(8), 1439-1444.

Fisher, A. (1991). Risk Communication Challenges. Risk Analysis, 11(2), 173-179.

Fisher, A., & Chen, Y. C. (1996). Customer perceptions of agency risk communication. Risk Analysis, 16(2), 177-184.

Fisher, A., Chitose, A., & Gipson, P. (1994). One Agency's Use of Risk Assessment and Risk Communication. Risk Analysis, 14(2), 207-212.

Fisher, W. H. (1994). Megadevelopment, Environmentalism, and Resistance - the Institutional Context of Kayapo Indigenous Politics in Central Brazil. Human Organization, 53(3), 220-232.

Fitzpatrick, C. (1994). The First "A" Alert of the Parkfield Earthquake Prediction Experiment: A Description of Organizational Response. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 12(2), 183-197.

Fitzpatrick, C., & Mileti, D. S. (1991). Motivating Public Evacuation. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 9(2), 137-152.

Fivaz, R. (1996). Ergodic theory of communication. Systems Research, 13(2), 127-144.

Flynn, J., Peters, E., Mertz, C. K., & Slovic, P. (1998). Risk, Media, and Stigma at Rocky Flats. Risk Analysis, 18(6), 715-727.

Foley, R. (1986). Anthropology and Behavioural Ecology. Anthropology Today, 2(6), 13-15.

Foreman, C. H. (1998). Blended rationality and democracy - An elusive synthesis for environmental policy reform. Science Communication, 20(1), 56-61.

Fox, I. K., & Wible, L. F. (1973). Information Generation and Communication to Establish Environmental Quality Objectives. Natural Resources Journal, 13(1), 134-149.

Fox, J. D. (1997). Leasing the Ivory Tower at a Social Justice University: Freeport McMoRan, Loyola University New Orleans, and Corporate Greenwashing. Organization & Environment, 10(3), 259-277.

Frederick, H. H. (1992). Computer communications in cross-border coalition-building North American NGO networking against NAFTA. Gazette; international journal for mass communication studies, 50(2-3), 217-242.

Freeman, A. M., III, & Haveman, R. H. (1972). Clean Rhetoric and Dirty Water. The Public Interest, 28(Sum), 51-65.

Freimiller, J. (1998). Toxic Waste as Media Icon. Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 9(4(36)), 119-123.

Freudenburg, W. R. (1989). Social scientists' contributions to environmental management. Journal of Social Issues, 45(1), 133-152.

Freudenburg, W. R., Coleman, C.-L., Gonzales, J., & Helgeland, C. (1996). Media Coverage of Hazard Events: Analyzing the Assumptions. Risk Analysis, 16(1), 31-42.

Freudenburg, W. R., & Gramling, R. (1989). The Emergence of Environmental Sociology: Contributions of Riley E. Dunlap and William R. Catton, Jr. Sociological Inquiry, 59(4), 439-452.

Freudenburg, W. R., & Rursch, J. A. (1994). The Risks of "Putting the Numbers in Context": A Cautionary Tale. Risk Analysis, 14(6), 949-958.

Fricker, A. (1997). Technology That Liberates. Futures, 29(7), 661-666.

Friedheim, R. (2000). Designing the ocean policy future: An essay on how I am going to do that. Ocean Development and International Law, 31(1-2), 183-195.

Friedman, S. M., Gorney, C. M., & Egolf, B. P. (1987). Reporting on Radiation: A Content Analysis of Chernobyl Coverage. Journal of Communication, 37(3), 58-79.

Funtowicz, S. O., & Ravetz, J. R. (1992). The Good, the True and the Post-Modern. Futures, 24(10), 963-976.

Gaines, S. W. (2000). Impact of small-group decision making in reducing stress conditions. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 19(1), 103-130.

Galal, M. N. (1996). The Challenge of the 21st Century: Culture and Development. Philosophy and Social Action, 22(1), 7-18.

Gale, R. P. (1987). Calculating Risk: Radiation and Chernobyl. Journal of Communication, 37(3), 68-73.

Gale, R. P., & Miller, M. L. (1985). Professional and Public Natural Resource Management Arenas: Forests and Marine Fisheries. Environment and Behavior, 17(6), 651-678.

Galtung, J. (1989). The Fourth Political Wave. Social Alternatives, 8(1), 31-33.

Galtung, J. (1990). The Media World-Wide: Well-Being and Development. Development, 2, 17-22.

Ganderton, P. S. (1996). Concepts of globalisation and their impact upon curriculum policy-making: Rhetoric and reality - A study of Australian reform. International Journal of Educational Development, 16(4), 393-405.

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