The literature of environmental communication

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Kepe, T. (1997). Communities, entitlements and nature reserves - The case of the Wild Coast, South Africa. Ids Bulletin-Institute of Development Studies, 28(4), 47-+.

Keshishian, F. (1997). Political Bias and Nonpolitical News: A Content Analysis of an Armenian and Iranian Earthquake in the New York Times and the Washington Post. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 14(4), 332-343.

Kielbowicz, R. B., & Scherer, C. (1986). The Role of the Press in the Dynamics of Social Movements. Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, 9, 71-96.

Killingsworth, M. J. (1999). Alienation, ecology, and literacy: the stirring and shaking of environmentalist rhetoric. Australian Journal of Communication, 25(3), 9-20.

Killingsworth, M. J., & Palmer, J. S. (1992). How to Save the Earth - the Greening of Instrumental Discourse. Written Communication, 9(3), 385-403.

Killingsworth, M. J., & Palmer, J. S. (1995). The Discourse of "Environmentalist Hysteria". The Quarterly Journal of Speech, 81(1), 1-19.

Killingsworth, M. J., & Steffens, D. (1989). Effectiveness in the Environmental-Impact Statement - a Study in Public Rhetoric. Written Communication, 6(2), 155-180.

Kim, J. K. (1996). The Origin of Environmental Problems in the 'Risk Society' and the Direction of Environmental Policy Transliterated title not available. Han'guk Sahoehak/Korean Journal of Sociology, 30(4), 809-839.

King, D. L. (1994). Captain Planet and the Planeteers - Kids, Environmental Crisis, and Competing Narratives of the New-World Order. Sociological Quarterly, 35(1), 103-120.

Kinnick, K. N., Krugman, D. M., & Cameron, G. T. (1996). Compassion fatigue: Communication and burnout toward social problems. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 73(3), 687-707.

Kirn, A. (1999). Public Communication in the Case of Risk Komuniciranje z javnostjo o tveganjih. Teorija in Praksa, 36(6), 944-956.

Kitchens, J. T., Herron, T. P., Behnke, R. R., & Beatty, M. (1977). Environmental Esthetics and Interpersonal Attraction. Western Journal of Speech Communication, 41(2), 126-130.

Kitzinger, J. (1999). Researching Risk and the Media. Health, Risk & Society, 1(1), 55-69.

Kitzinger, J., & Reilly, J. (1997). The Rise and Fall of Risk Reporting: Media Coverage of Human Genetics Research, 'False Memory Syndrome' and 'Mad Cow Disease'. European Journal of Communication, 12(3), 319-350.

Klauenberg, B. J., & Vermulen, E. K. (1994). Role for Risk Communication in Closing Military Waste Sites. Risk Analysis, 14(3), 351-356.

Klein, A. (1996). The Legitimacy of Greenpeace and the Risk of Symbolic Politics. Contours and Problems of a Politic of Media Representation within the Social Movement Sector Die Legitimitat von Greenpeace und die Risiken symbolischer Politik. Konturen und Probleme einer medialen Stellvertreterpolitik im Bewegungssektor. Forschungsjournal Neue Soziale Bewegungen, 9(1), 11-14.

Kliger, B., & Cosgrove, L. (1999). Local Cross-Cultural Planning and Decision-Making with Indigenous People in Broome, Western Australia. Ecumene, 6(1), 51-71.

Klinenberg, E. (1999). Denaturalizing Disaster: A Social Autopsy of the 1995 Chicago Heat Wave. Theory and Society, 28(2), 239-295.

Klintman, M. (1995). The Social Psychological Conditions of and Obstacles to Environmentally Responsible Agency-A Theoretical Perspective socialpsykologiska forutsattningar och hinder-ett teoretiskt perspektiv. Sociologisk Forskning, 32(2), 82-100.

Knox, B. (2000). Consumer perception and understanding of risk from food. British Medical Bulletin, 56(1), 97-109.

Kone, D., & Mullet, E. (1994). Societal Risk Perception and Media Coverage. Risk Analysis, 14(1), 21-24.

Kothari, R. (1985). New Social Forces. Development, 1, 11-14.

Kousis, M. (1997). Unravelling Environmental Claim-Making at the Roots: Evidence from a Southern European County. Humanity and Society, 21(3), 257-283.

Kraus, N., Malmfors, T., & Slovic, P. (1992). Intuitive Toxicology: Expert and Lay Judgments of Chemical Risks. Risk Analysis, 12(2), 215-232.

Kritovac, F. (1996). Between Environmental Principles and Reality: Presuppositions of the Quality of Living in an Urbanized Milieu Izmedu ekoloskih nacela i zbilje: pretpostavke kvalitete zivljenja u urbaniziranoj sredini. Socijalna Ekologija, 5(2), 229-242.

Krogman, N. T. (1996). Frame disputes in environmental controversies: The case of wetland regulations in Louisiana. Sociological Spectrum, 16(4), 371-400.

Krucken, G. (1999). Communication as a Magic Formula? New Research on Risk-Related and Environmental Communication Zauberformel Kommunikation? Neuere Forschungen zur Risiko- und Umweltkommunikation. Soziologische Revue, 22(1), 25-30.

Krug, G. J. (1993). The Day the Earth Stood Still: Media Messages and Local Life in a Predicted Arkansas Earthquake. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 10(3), 273-285.

Kruger, C. (1996). Greenpeace-The Politics of Symbolic Confrontation Greenpeace-Politik der symbolischen Konfrontation. Forschungsjournal Neue Soziale Bewegungen, 9(4), 39-47.

Kufrin, K. (1994). Risks and the Mass Media-Content Analysis of Vecernji list 1991-1992 Rizik i masovni mediji-Analiza sadrzaja "Vecernjeg lista" u razdoblju 1991-1992. Socijalna Ekologija, 3(1), 63-81.

Kufrin, K. (1998). Coping with Gen-Technology Risks and Trust in Authorities ima gen-tehnologije i povjerenje u autoritete. Socijalna Ekologija, 7(1-2), 1-16.

Kuhn, K. M. (2000). Message format and audience values: Interactive effects of uncertainty information and environmental attitudes on perceived risk. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 20(1), 41-51.

Kurtz, P. (1994). The Growth of Antiscience. The Skeptical Inquirer, 18(3), 255-263.

Kuzmina, A. A., & Rnizkii, O. N. (1998). Interpersonal Networks of Russian Greens Mezhlichnoctni seti possiskikh zelyenixh. Sotsiologicheskiy Zhurnal, 3-4, 43-56.

Lacey, C., & Longman, D. (1993). The Press and Public Access to the Environment and Development Debate. The Sociological Review, 41(2), 207-243.

Lakshminarayana, H. D. (1972). Differential Communications and Process of Adoption of Farm Innovations in Iadp Villages. Indian Journal of Social Research, 13(3), 208-211.

Lalli, P. (1990). Ecological "Communication" in Alternative Medicine La "Communication" ecologique des medecines douces. Revue internationale d'action communautaire/International Review of Community Development, 24(64), 51-56.

Lambert, R. J. (1992). Rethinking Productivity - the Perspective of the Earth as the Primary Corporation. Population and Environment, 13(3), 193-208.

Lancashire, D. (1999). Open for Inspection: Problems in Representing a Humanised Wilderness. The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 10(3 (special issue)), 306-319.

Lane, B. (2000). Public understanding of the environmental impact of road transport. Public Understanding of Science, 9(2), 165-174.

Lange, J. I. (1990). Refusal to Compromise: The Case of Earth First! Western Journal of Speech Communication, 54(4), 473-494.

Lange, J. I. (1993). The Logic of Competing Information Campaigns - Conflict over Old-Growth and the Spotted Owl. Communication Monographs, 60(3), 239-257.

Langerak, F., Peelen, E., & van der Veen, M. (1998). Exploratory results on the antecedents and consequences of green marketing. Journal of the Market Research Society, 40(4), 323-335.

Lanska, D. J. (1998). The Mad Cow Problem in the UK: Risk Perceptions, Risk Management, and Health Policy Development. Journal of Public Health Policy, 19(2), 160-183.

Lapintie, K. (1996). The justification of planning solutions in ecological housing - A case study of Viikki in Helsinki. Scandinavian Housing & Planning Research, 13(4), 183-199.

Larsen, K. S., Groberg, D. H., Simmons, D. D., & Ommundsen, R. (1993). Authoritarianism, perspectives on the environment, and work values among social science students in former socialist and Western societies. Social Behavior and Personality, 21(3), 251-263.

Lavallee, L., & Suedfeld, P. (1997). Conflict in Clayoquot Sound: Using thematic content analysis to understand psychological aspects of environmental controversy. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science-Revue Canadienne Des Sciences Du Comportement, 29(3), 195-210.

Lave, L. B. (1987). Health and Safety Risk Analyses: Information for Better Decisions. Science, 236(4799), 291-295.

Lave, T. R., & Lave, L. B. (1991). Public Perception of the Risks of Floods: Implications for Communication. Risk Analysis, 11(2), 255-267.

Leahy, P., & Mazur, A. (1978). A Comparison of Movements Opposed to Nuclear Power, Fluoridation and Abortion. Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, 1, 143-154.

Ledoux, Y. (1983). Space and Spatial Appropriation Espace et appropriation spatiale. Revue de l'Institut de Sociologie (Solvay), supplement, 143-160.

Leiss, W. (1995). Down and dirty: The use and abuse of public trust in risk communication. Risk Analysis, 15(6), 685-692.

Leiss, W. (1996). Three phases in the evolution of risk communication practice. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 545, 85-94.

Levi, D., & Kocher, S. (1999). Virtual nature - The future effects of information technology on our relationship to nature. Environment and Behavior, 31(2), 203-226.

Levy, D. (1994). Talking a Green Game: Corporate Environmentalism Shows Its True Colors. Dollars and Sense, 193(May-June), 14-17,40-41.

Lewis, T. L. (2000). Media representations of "sustainable development": sustaining the status quo. Science Communication, 21(3), 244-273.

Lewitus, A. J., A., R. P., Mallin, M. A., & shumway, S. E. (1999). Human health and environmental impacts from Pfiesteria: A science-based rebuttal to Griffith. Human Organization, 58(4), 455-458.

Liebler, C. M., & Bendix, J. (1996). Old-Growth Forests on Network News: News Sources and the Framing of an Environmental Controversy. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 73(1), 53-65.

Lima, A. V. d., & Schmidt, L. (1996). Environmental Questions-Knowledge, Preoccupations, and Feelings Questoes ambientais-conhecimentos, preocupacoes e sensibilidades. Analise Social, 31(1), 205-227.

Lindquist, P. (1995). Social-Science and the Social Ecology of the Environmental Problem. Sociologisk Forskning, 32(2), 64-81.

Lloyd, C., Creson, D. L., & D'Antonio, M. S. (1993). A Petrochemical Plant Disaster: Lessons for the Future. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 8(5), 281-298.

Lofstedt, R. (1998). Sweden's biomass controversy: A case study of communicating policy issues. Environment, 40(4), 16-20+.

Lofstedt, R. E., & Renn, O. (1997). The Brent Spar controversy: An example of risk communication gone wrong. Risk Analysis, 17(2), 131-136.

Loges, W. E. (1994). Canaries in the Coal Mine: Perceptions of Threat and Media System Dependency Relations. Communication Research, 21(1), 5-23.

Loh, D. K., Holtfrerich, D. R., Choo, Y. K., & Power, J. M. (1992). Techniques for Incorporating Visualization in Environmental Assessment - an Object-Oriented Perspective. Landscape and Urban Planning, 21(4), 305-307.

Loker, W. M. (2000). Sowing discord, planting doubts: Rhetoric and reality in art environment and development project in Honduras. Human Organization, 59(3), 300-310.

Lomax, G. P. (2000). From breeder reactors to butterflies: Risk, culture, and biotechnology. Risk Analysis, 20(5), 747-753.

Lombardi, M. (1988). Management of Information in Mass Emergencies. A Note on the "Chernobyl" Case ormazione nelle emergenze di massa. Note attorno al caso "Chernobyl". Studi di Sociologia, 26(2), 216-227.

Lombardi, M. (1997). Media Studies. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 15(1), 103-116.

Lowe, P., & Morrison, D. (1984). Bad News or Good News: Environmental Politics and the Mass Media. The Sociological Review, 32(1), 75-90.

Lubchenco, J. (1998). Entering the century of the environment: A new social contract for science. Science, 279(5350), 491-497.

Lucas, A. (1994). Lucas Heights Revisited: The Framing of a Major Scientific Controversy by the Sydney Morning Herald. Australian Journal of Communication, 21(3), 72-91.

Luhmann, N. (1993). Ecological Communication - Coping with the Unknown. Systems Practice, 6(5), 527-539.

Luke, T. W. (1994). Ecological Politics and Local Struggles: Earth First! As an Environmental Resistance Movement. Current Perspectives in Social Theory, 14, 261-267.

Luke, T. W. (1999). From Body Politics to Body Shops: Individual and Collective Subjectivity in an Era of Global Capitalism. Current Perspectives in Social Theory, 19, 91-116.

Luks, F. (1999). Post-normal science and the rhetoric of inquiry: deconstructing normal science? Futures, 31(7), 705-719.

Lum, M. R. (1995). Environmental Public-Health - Future-Direction, Future Skills. Family & Community Health, 18(1), 24-35.

Lumley, S. (1999). Interpreting economics, rhetoric and sustainable development: some implications for policy determination. Australian Geographer, 30(1), 35-49.

Lupi, D., & Prioli, S. (1997). Mass Media and Technological Risk: An Empirical Research about Newspapers and Periodicals hio tecnologico: un'analisi empirica della stampa quotidiana e periodica. Sociologia e Ricerca Sociale, 18(52), 119-160.

Luscher, K., & Wehrspaun, M. (1985). Media Ecology: The Relevance of the Media in Our Constitution of "Life-Worlds" Medienokologie: der Anteil der Medien an unserer Gestaltung der Lebenswelten. Zeitschrift fur Sozialisationsforschung und Erziehungssoziologie, 5(2), 187-204.

Lynch, M. J., Stretesky, P., & Hammond, P. (2000). Media coverage of chemical crimes, Hillsborough County, Florida, 1987-97. British Journal of Criminology, 40(1), 112-126.

Lyne, J., & Howe, H. F. (1990). The Rhetoric of Expertise: E. O. Wilson and Sociobiology. The Quarterly Journal of Speech, 76(2), 134-151.

Ma, X., & Bateson, D. J. (1999). A multivariate analysis of the relationship between attitude toward science and attitude toward the environment. Journal of Environmental Education, 31(1), 27-32.

MacDonald, A. A. (1991). The sense of place in early Scottish verse: Rhetoric and reality. English Studies, 72(1).

Mackenzie, A. F. D. (1998). 'The cheviot, the stag ... And the white, white rock?': Community, identity, and environmental threat on the Isle of Harris. Environment and Planning D-Society & Space, 16(5), 509-532.

Macnaghten, P., Brown, R., & Reicher, S. (1992). On the Nature of Nature - Experimental Studies in the Power of Rhetoric. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 2(1), 43-61.

Madden, K. (1995). Householders' Experience of 'Save the Environment' Messages. Australian Journal of Communication, 22(3), 82-102.

Maddox, J. (1987). Environment and Foreign Aid. Nature, 326(6113).

Magno, F. A. (1996). Media and Environmental Change. Peace Review, 8(1), 41-47.

Maguire, L. A., & Boiney, L. G. (1994). Resolving Environmental Disputes - a Framework Incorporating Decision-Analysis and Dispute Resolution Techniques. Journal of Environmental Management, 42(1), 31-48.

Maharik, M., & Fischhoff, B. (1993). Risk Knowledge and Risk Attitudes Regarding Nuclear-Energy Sources in Space. Risk Analysis, 13(3), 345-353.

Maibach, E. (1993). Social Marketing for the Environment: Using Information Campaigns to Promote Environmental Awareness and Behavior Change. Health Promotion International, 8(3), 209-224.

Major, A. M. (1993). A Test of Situational Communication Theory: Public Response to the 1990 Browning Earthquake Prediction. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 11(3), 337-349.

Major, A. M. (1997). Pluralistic Ignorance and the Climate of Opinion in a Real-Time Disaster Prediction. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 9(2), 170-190.

Major, A. M. (1999). Gender Differences in Risk and Communication Behavior: Responses to the New Madrid Earthquake Prediction. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 17(3), 313-338.

Major, A. M. (2000). Correlates of accuracy and inaccuracy in the perception of the climate of opinion for four environmental issues. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 77(2), 223-242.

Mancusi-Materi, E. (1999). Environmental concerns and virtual politics: knowledge and activism on the Web. Development, 42(2), 74-82.

Mandrillon, M.-H. (1991). Political Debate in the USSR: The Example of Ecology Les Voies du politique en URSS: l'exemple de l'ecologie. Annales, 46(6), 1375-1388.

Mansilla, H. C. F., & Collo, M. J. (1997). Economic Growth and the Environment: Elite Perceptions of Development in Bolivia. Journal of Third World Studies, 14(1), 133-162.

Margoluis, R. A., Franklin, R. R., Bertrend, W. F., & Sellers, T. A. (1989). Rapid Post-Disaster Community Needs Assessment: A Case Study of Guatemala after the Civil Strife of 1979-1983. Disasters, 13(4), 287-299.

Markowitz, J. (1990). Communication about Risks. A Theory-Sketch r Risiken. Eine Theorie-Skizze. Schweizerische Zeitschrift fur Soziologie/Revue Suisse de sociologie, 16(3), 385-420.

Marsh, V. M., Mutemi, W., Some, E. S., Haaland, A., & Snow, R. W. (1996). Evaluating the community education programme of an insecticide- treated bed net trial on the Kenyan coast. Health Policy and Planning, 11(3), 280-291.

Marshall, K. A. (1999). Technical editors as team leaders of EIS development. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 27(4), 1110-1112.

Martella, E. (1993). Gregory Bateson: The Relationships of Existence in Its Totality in Terms of an Ecological Epistemology Gregory Bateson: le relazioni dell'esistente nella sua totalita per una epistemologia ecologica. La Critica Sociologica, 105(Feb-June), 55-69.

Martinez, M. D., & Scicchitano, M. J. (1998). Who Listens to Trash Talk?: Education and Public Media Effects on Recycling Behavior. Social Science Quarterly, 79(2), 287-300.

Mason, R. (1977). Biological Architecture: A Partnership of Nature and Man. The Futurist, 11(3), 140-147.

Masuda, Y. (1985). Hypothesis on the Genesis of Homo Intelligens. Futures, 17(5), 479-494.

Masure, P., & Hollister, D. (1994). Risk Management and Preventive Planning in Mega-Cities: A Scientific Approach for Action. Regional Development Dialogue, 15(2), 183-188.

Matless, D. (1997). The Geographical Self, the Nature of the Social and Geoaesthetics: Work in Social and Cultural Geography, 1996. Progress in Human Geography, 21(3), 393-405.

Matthews, D. R. (1996). Mere Anarchy? Canada's "Turbot War" as the Moral Regulation of Nature. Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie, 21(4), 505-522.

Maxcy, D. J. (1994). Meaning in Nature, Rhetoric, Phenomenology, and the Question of Environmental Value. Philosophy and Rhetoric, 27(4), 330-346.

Mazur, A. (1998a). Global Environmental Change in the News: 1987-90 vs 1992-6. International Sociology, 13(4), 457-472.

Mazur, A. (1998b). Putting Radon on the Public's Risk Agenda. International Sociology, 13(4), 457-472.

Mazur, A., & Hall, G. S. (1990). Effects of Social Influence and Measured Exposure Level on Response to Radon. Sociological Inquiry, 60(3), 274-284.

Mazur, A., & Lee, J. (1993). Sounding the Global Alarm: Environmental Issues in the US National News. Social Studies of Science, 23(4), 681-720.

McAndrew, D. A. (1996). Ecofeminism and the Teaching of Literacy. College Composition and Communication, 47(3), 367-382.

McCall, T. O. M. (1974). Political Leadership for Environmental Quality in Oregon. Humboldt Journal of Social Relations, 2(1), 92-93.

McCallum, D. B., Hammond, S. L., & Covello, V. T. (1991). Communicating about Environmental Risks: How the Public Uses and Perceives Information Sources. Health Education Quarterly, 18(3), 349-361.

McClelland, G. H., Schulze, W. D., & Hurd, B. (1990). The Effect of Risk Beliefs on Property Values: A Case Study of a Hazardous Waste Site. Risk Analysis, 10(4), 485-497.

McComas, K., & Shanahan, J. (1999). Telling stories about global climate change: measuring the impact of narratives on issue cycles. Communication Research, 26(1), 30-57.

McComas, K. A. (2001). Public meetings about local waste management problems: Comparing participants to non participants. Environmental Management, 27(1), 135-147.

McComas, K. A., & Scherer, C. W. (1999). Providing balanced risk information in surveys used as citizen participation mechanisms. Society & Natural Resources, 12(2), 107-119.

McDaniels, T., Axelrod, L. J., & Slovic, P. (1995). Characterizing perception of ecological risk. Risk Analysis, 15(5), 575-588.

McDaniels, T., Axelrod, L. J., & Slovic, P. (1996). Perceived ecological risks of global change - A psychometric comparison of causes and consequences. Global Environmental Change-Human and Policy Dimensions, 6(2), 159-171.

McDaniels, T. L., Axelrod, L. J., Cavanagh, N. S., & Slovic, P. (1997). Perception of ecological risk to water environments. Risk Analysis, 17(3), 341-352.

McDonald, D. A. (1999). Lest the rhetoric begin: migration, population and the environment in Southern Africa. Geoforum, 30(1), 13-25.

McHenry, H. (1996). Farming and Environmental Discourses: A Study of the Depiction of Environmental Issues in a German Farming Newspaper. Journal of Rural Studies, 12(4), 375-386.

McKie, D. (1994). Telling Stories: Unnatural Histories, Natural Histories, and Biopolitics. Australian Journal of Communication, 21(3), 92-104.

McKie, D. (1996). Pluralising Context: Conversations, Communities, and Coordinates. Australian Journal of Communication, 23(2), 1-15.

McLaughlin, P., & Khawaja, M. (2000). The Organizational Dynamics of the U.S. Environmental Movement: Legitimation, Resource Mobilization, and Political Opportunity. Rural Sociology, 65(3), 422-439.

McMahan, S., Witte, K., & Meyer, J. (1998). The perception of risk messages regarding electromagnetic fields: extending the extended parallel process model to an unknown risk. Health Communication, 10(3), 247-259.

McManus, P. (1996). Contested terrains: Politics, stories and discourses of sustainability. Environmental Politics, 5(1).

McMullan, C., & Eyles, J. (1999). Risky business: An analysis of claimsmaking in the development of an Ontario Drinking Water Objective for tritium. Social Problems, 46(2), 294-311.

McNulty, P. J., Schaller, L. C., & Chinander, K. R. (1998). Communicating under section 112(r) of the Clean Air Act amendments. Risk Analysis, 18(2), 191-197.

Medina Echavarria, J. (1977). The Proposals for a New International Economic Order in Perspective Las propuestas de un nuevo orden economico internacional en perspectiva. Revista Paraguaya de Sociologia, 14(38), 7-38.

Meister, M. (1997). "Sustainable Development" in Visual Imagery: Rhetorical Function in the Jeep Cherokee. Communication Quarterly, 45(3), 223-234.

Meister, M., & Japan, P. M. (1998). Sustainable development and the global economy: rhetorical implications for improving the quality of life. Communication Research, 25(4), 399-421.

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