The literature of environmental communication

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Rao, P. A. (1999). Keeping the Science Court Out of the Jurybox: Helping the Jury Manage Scientific Evidence. Social Epistemology, 13(2), 129-145.

Rathge, R. W., & Beegle, J. A. (1985). The Consequences of Population Growth for Pine Tree County, Michigan. Research in Rural Sociology and Development, 2, 69-90.

Rattien, S. (1990). The Role of the Media in Hazard Mitigation and Disaster Management. Disasters, 14(1), 36-45.

Rautman, A. E. (1993). Resource variability, risk, and the structure of social networks: An example from the prehistoric Southwest. American Antiquity, 58(3), 403-424.

Read, D., Bostrom, A., Morgan, M. G., Fischhoff, B., & Smuts, T. (1994). What Do People Know About Global Climate-Change .2. Survey Studies of Educated Laypeople. Risk Analysis, 14(6), 971-982.

Read, P. (2000). An information perspective on dynamic efficiency in environmental policy. Information Economics and Policy, 12(1), 47-68.

Redding, W. C. (1999). Communication research and the "rhetorical environment". Communication Studies, 50(4), 337-351.

Reed, D. L. (1998). Riding a tsunami in ocean science education. Computers & Geosciences, 24(7), 699-706.

Rees, J. (1989). Rhetoric and Reality: Privatisation and the Water Environment. L.S.E. Quarterly, 3(1), 43-64.

Reinel, B. (1999). Reflections on cultural studies of technoscience. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 2(2), 163-189.

Reis, R. (1999). Environmental news: coverage of the Earth summit by Brazilian newspapers. Science Communication, 21(2), 137-155.

Reisner, A., & Walter, G. (1994). Journalists Views of Advertiser Pressures on Agricultural News. Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics, 7(2), 157-172.

Renz, M. A. (1992). Communicating about environmental risk: An examination of a Minnesota county's communication on incineration. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 20(1), 1-18.

Reverdy, T. (2000). 'Formats' for managing industrial wastes: The implementation of coordination and implication in 'transverse' management. Sociologie Du Travail, 42(2), 225-243.

Ribeiro, T. G., & Rodrigues, V. J. (1997). The evolution of sustainable development strategies in Portugal. Environmental Politics, 6(1), 108-130.

Riechard, D. E. (1993). Risk literacy: Is it the missing link in environmental education? Journal of Environmental Education, 25(1), 8-12.

Riechard, D. E., & McGarrity, J. (1994). Early adolescents' perceptions of relative risk from 10 societal and environmental hazards. Journal of Environmental Education, 26(1), 16-23.

Riechard, D. E., & Peterson, S. J. (1998). Perception of environmental risk related to gender, community socioeconomic setting, age, and locus of control. Journal of Environmental Education, 30(1), 11-19.

Rier, D. A. (1999). The Versatile "Caveat" Section of an Epidemiology Paper: Managing Public and Private Risk. Science Communication, 21(1), 3-37.

Rios, S. (1967). Some decision problems in an environment of risk or uncertainty. Trabajos de Estadistica y de Investigacion Operativa, 18(2-3), 3-9.

Ritterbush, P. C. (1977). The Public Side of Science. Change, 9(9), 26-33, 64.

Riviere, J. W. M. l. (1991). Co-Operation between Natural and Social Scientists in Global Change Research: Imperatives, Realities, Opportunities. International Social Science Journal, 43(4(130)), 619-627.

Roberts, J. T. (1997). Negotiating Both Sides of the Plant Gate: Gender, Hazardous Facility Workers and Community Responses to Technological Hazards. Current Sociology/La Sociologie Contemporaine, 45(3), 157-177.

Rogers, G. O. (1992). Aspects of Risk Communication in Two Cultures. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 10(3), 437-464.

Rogers, R. A. (1998). Overcoming the objectification of nature in constitutive theories: Toward a transhuman, materialist theory of communication. Western Journal of Communication, 62(3), 244-272.

Rohrmann, B. (1996). The Conceptualisation of Risk: Some Social Science Perspectives. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 11(3), 5-7.

Rollhansen, N. (1994). Science, Politics, and the Mass-Media - on Biased Communication of Environmental-Issues. Science Technology & Human Values, 19(3), 324-341.

Rollins, W. H. (1995). Whose Landscape - Technology, Fascism, and Environmentalism on the National-Socialist Autobahn. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 85(3), 494-520.

Romaine, S. (1996). War and Peace in the Global Greenhouse: Metaphors We Die By. Metaphor and Symbolic Activity, 11(3), 175-194.

Roqueplo, P. (1986). Acid Rain. An "Accident in Slow Motion": A Contribution to the Sociology of Risk Der saure Regen: ein "Unfall in Zeitlupe": Ein Beitrag zu einer Soziologie des Risikos. Soziale Welt, 37(4), 402-426.

Rose, C. (1993). Beyond the Struggle for Proof: Factors Changing the Environmental Movement. Environmental Values, 2(4), 285-298.

Rosen, R. (1994). Who Gets Polluted? The Movement for Environmental Justice. Dissent, 41(2(175)), 223-230.

Rosenbaum, W. A. (1999). The good lessons of bad experience - Rethinking the future of commercial nuclear power. American Behavioral Scientist, 43(1), 74-91.

Rosenthal, U. (1988). Studies in Holland Flood Disaster 1953: An Essay on the Proto-Sociology of Disaster. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 6(3), 233-251.

Roser, C., & Thompson, M. (1995). Fear Appeals and the Formation of Active Publics. Journal of Communication, 45(1), 103-121.

Roughan, J. (1997). Solomon Island nongovernment organizations: Major environmental actors. Contemporary Pacific, 9(1), 157-166.

Rowan, K. E. (1994). The Technical and Democratic Approaches to Risk Situations: Their Appeal, Limitations, and Rhetorical Alternative. Argumentation, 8(4), 391-409.

Rowe, G., & Frewer, L. J. (2000). Public participation methods: A framework for evaluation. Science Technology & Human Values, 25(1), 3-29.

Rowe, G. F. L., & Sjoberg, L. (2000). Newspaper reporting of hazards in the UK and Sweden. Public Understanding of Science, 9(1), 59-78.

Rubin, D. M. (1987). How the News Media Reported on Three Mile Island and Chernobyl. Journal of Communication, 37(3), 42-57.

Rubio-Ardanaz, J. A. (1996). Sociocultural Change and Variation in Communicative Strategies among Fishermen from the Perspective of Halieutic Anthropology Cambio sociocultural y variacion en las estrategias de comunicacion en el ambito pesquero desde la antropologia halieutica. Letras de Deusto, 26(71), 237-250.

Rucht, D. (1996). The Effects of Environmental Movements: About the Difficulties of Drawing a Balance Wirkungen von Umweltbewegungen: Von den Schwierigkeiten einer Bilanz. Forschungsjournal Neue Soziale Bewegungen, 9(4), 15-27.

Rutherford, P. (1994). The Administration of Life: Ecological Discourse as 'Intellectual Machinery of Government'. Australian Journal of Communication, 21(3), 40-55.

Ryan, M., Dunwoody, S., & Tankard, J. (1991). Risk Information for Public Consumption: Print Media Coverage of Two Risky Situations. Health Education Quarterly, 18(3), 375-390.

Sachsman, D. B. (1999). Commentary: should reporters use risk as a determinant of environmental coverage? Science Communication, 21(1), 88-95.

Sakaja, L. (1998). Culture as an object of geographic research. Drustvena Istrazivanja, 7(3), 461-484.

Sakamoto, S., & Kanda, K. (2000). Issues and suggestions for public perception of the safety of the high-level radioactive waste disposal - Through analyzing the case of the environmental assessment and review process for the nuclear fuel waste management and disposal concept of Canada. Journal of the Atomic Energy Society of Japan, 42(7), 604-615.

Salomone, K. L., Greenber, M. R., Sandman, P. M., & Sachsman, D. B. (1990). A Question of Quality: How Journalists and News Sources Evaluate Coverage of Environmental Risk. Journal of Communication, 40(4), 117-130.

Salwen, M. B. (1995). News of Hurricane Andrew: The Agenda of Sources and the Sources' Agendas. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 72(4), 826-840.

Samuels, S. W. (1998). Philosophic Perspectives: Community, Communications, and Occupational Disease Causation. International Journal of Health Services, 28(1), 153-164.

Sanders, R. (1999). The political economy of Chinese environmental protection: lessons of the Mao and Deng years. Third World Quarterly, 20(6), 1201-1214.

Sandman, P. M. (1988). Telling Reporters About Risk. Civil Engineering, 58(8), 36.

Sandman, P. M., Miller, P. M., Johnson, B. B., & Weinstein, N. D. (1993). Agency Communication, Community Outrage, and Perception of Risk: Three Simulation Experiments. Risk Analysis, 13(6), 585-598.

Sandman, P. M., Weinstein, N. D., Klotz, M. L., & Gale, R. P. (1987). Public Response to the Risk from Geological Radon Calculating Risk: Radiation and Chernobyl. Journal of Communication, 37(3), 93-108.

Sangwan, S. (1999). Making of a Popular Debate: The Indian Forester and the Emerging Agenda of State Forestry in India, 1875-1904. Indian Economic and Social History Review, 36(2), 187-237.

Sanmart, N., & Carles, M. (1999). A model for fostering the transfer of learning in environmental education. Environmental Education Research, 5(3), 237-266.

Santos, S. L., Covello, V. T., & McCallum, D. B. (1996). Industry response to SARA title III: Pollution prevention, risk reduction, and risk communication. Risk Analysis, 16(1), 57-66.

Santos, S. L., & McCallum, D. B. (1997). Communicating to the public: Using risk comparisons. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, 3(6), 1197-1214.

Sapir, D. G., & Panaccione, V. C. (1992). Health Sector Implications of the 1988 Earthquake in Yunnan Province, China. Disasters, 16(2), 145-151.

Sappa, N. N., & Karasyuk, A. A. e. (1994). Chernobyl Communication obshchestvo-samsely v zone. Sotsiologicheskie Issledovaniya, 21(4), 107-109.

Sappa, N. N., Pakhomova, N. V., & Likholet, T. y. V. (1992). Ecological Strain in the Region of Atomic Energy Exploitation: Social Aspects Ekologicheskaya napryazhennost' v regionakh ekspluatatsii AES: sotsial'nye aspekty. Sotsiologicheskie Issledovaniya, 19(2), 94-96.

Sauer, B. A. (1996). Communicating risk in a cross-cultural context - A cross- cultural comparison of rhetorical and social understandings in US and British mine safety training programs. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 10(3), 306-329.

Schatzman, L., & Strauss, A. (1955). Social class and modes of communication. American journal of sociology, LX, 329-338.

Schibeci, R., Barns, I., & Ciborra, C. U. (1998). Gene technology communication: facilitating public deliberation of pST gene technology Viewpoint: crisis and foundations: an inquiry into the nature and limits of models and methods in the information systems discipline. Science Communication, 20(2), 203-226.

Schnaiberg, A. (1977). Obstacles to Environmental Research by Scientists and Technologists: A Social Structural Analysis. Social Problems, 24(5), 500-520.

Schnaiberg, A. (1983). Redistributive Goals versus Distributive Politics: Social Equity Limits in Environmental and Appropriate Technology Movements. Sociological Inquiry, 53(2-3), 200-219.

Schoenfeld, A. C., Meier, R. F., & Griffin, R. J. (1979). Constructing a Social Problem: The Press and the Environment. Social Problems, 27(1), 38-61.

Schoenfeld, C. (1977). Changing-Role of Mass-Communication in Environmental-Education. Journal of Environmental Education, 8(3), 60-64.

Schraggeova, M., & Roskova, E. (1995). Local Environmental Change as a Subjective Life Event ntalna zmena ako subjektivna zivotna udalost'. Sociologia, 27(5-6), 407-415.

Schroeder, R. A. (1999). Community, forestry and conditionality in the Gambia. Africa, 69(1), 1-22.

Schuurman, N. (2000). Trouble in the heartland: GIS and its critics in the 1990s. Progress in Human Geography, 24(4), 569-590.

Schwartz, S. P., White, P. E., & Hughes, R. G. (1985). Environmental Threats, Communities, and Hysteria. Journal of Public Health Policy, 6(1), 58-77.

Seddon, G. (1972). The Rhetoric and Ethics of the Environmental Protest Movement. Meanjin Quarterly, 31(4), 427-438.

Seippel, O. (1999). Political environmentalism: Class interests, modern values or postmodernfeelings? Innovation, 12(2), 129-153.

Sellnow, T. L. (1993). Scientific Argument in Organizational Crisis Communication: The Case of Exxon. Argumentation and Advocacy, 30(1), 28-42.

Serman, D. (1996). Croatian Strategy of Environmental Education in the Church and at School Hrvatska strategija odgoja i obrazovanja o okolisu u Crkvi i skoli. Socijalna Ekologija, 5(3), 367-386.

Serman, D., Rudenjak-Lukenda, M., & Perkovic, S. (2000). Coastal environmental assessment and education by UNESCO-SEMEP project. Periodicum Biologorum, 102, 689-717.

Seydlitz, R., Spencer, J. W., Laska, S., & Triche, E. (1991). The Effects of Newspaper Reports on the Public's Response to a Natural Hazard Event. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 9(1), 5-29.

Seydlitz, R., Spencer, J. W., & Lundskow, G. (1994). Media Presentations of a Hazard Event and the Public's Response: An Empirical Examination. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 12(3), 279-301.

Shanahan, J., & McComas, K. (1997). Television's Portrayal of the Environment: 1991-1995. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 74(1), 147-159.

Shanahan, J., Pelstring, L., & McComas, K. (1999). Using narratives to think about environmental attitude and behavior: An exploratory study. Society & Natural Resources, 12(5), 405-419.

Sharlin, H. I. (1986). EDB: A Case Study in Communicating Risk. Risk Analysis, 6(1), 61-68.

Sharma, N. C., Kivlin, J. E., & Fliegel, F. C. (1975). Environmental Pollution: Is There Enough Public Concern to Lead to Action? Environment and Behavior, 7(4), 455-471.

Sherman, T. (1993). Technology empowers environmental groups. Link-Up, 10(1), 22.

Shibley, M. A., & Prosterman, A. (1998). Silent Epidemic, Environmental Injustice, or Exaggerated Concern? Competing Frames in the Media Definition of Childhood Lead Poisoning as a Public Health Problem. Organization & Environment, 11(1), 33-58.

Shipman, M., Fowler, G., & Shain, R. (1993). Whose Fault Was It? An Analysis of Newspaper Coverage of Iben Browning's New Madrid Fault Earthquake Prediction. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 11(3), 379-389.

Short, B. (1991). Earth First! and the Rhetoric of Moral Confrontation. Communication Studies, 42(2), 172-188.

Shrivastava, P. (1987). A Cultural Analysis of Conflicts in Industrial Disasters. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 5(3), 243-264.

Simon, A. F. (1997). Television News and International Earthquake Relief. Journal of Communication, 47(3), 82-95.

Simon, J. L. (1980). Resources, Population, Environment: An Oversupply of False Bad News. Science, 208(445l), 1431-1437.

Simon, J. L. (1985). The War on People. Armonk, 28(1), 50-54.

Singh, Y. P. (1990). Farm Message to Millions: The Indian Studies. Interaction, 8(2), 1-63.

Siune, K., & Borre, O. (1975). Setting the Agenda for a Danish Election. Journal of Communication, 25(1), 65-73.

Sjoberg, L. (1989). Global Change and Human Action: Psychological Perspectives. International Social Science Journal, 41(3(121)), 413-432.

Skanata, D. (1996). Risk Presentation as Basic Element of Risk Communication Prezentacija rizika kao osnovni element komuniciranja o rizicima. Socijalna Ekologija, 5(2), 197-212.

Skollerhorn, E. (1998). Habermas and nature: The theory of communicative action for studying environmental policy. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 41(5), 555-573.

Slack, J. D. (1994). The Environment Matters: Complicity, Ethics, Theoretical Rigour, Intervention. Australian Journal of Communication, 21(3), 1-13.

Slovic, S. (1999). Giving expression to nature. Environment, 41(2), 6-11+.

Smith, C. (1998). Visual evidence in environmental catastrophe TV stories. Mass Media Ethics, 13(4), 247-257.

Smith, M. D., & Krannich, R. S. (2000). "Culture Clash" Revisited: Newcomer and Longer-Term Residents' Attitudes toward Land Use, Development, and Environmental Issues in Rural Communities in the Rocky Mountain West. Rural Sociology, 65(3), 396-421.

Snepenger, D. J., Collins, W. D., & Snepenger, M. (1992). Media Viewing Behavior. Annals of Tourism Research, 19(3), 562-564.

Snoy, T., & Toint, J. (1995). Inter-Environment Wallonia "From Voluntarism to Professionalism" nt Wallonie "du volontariat au professionnalisme". Media Culture & Society, 17(1), 49-64.

Sood, R., Stockdale, G., & Rogers, E. M. (1987). How the News Media Operate in Natural Disasters. Journal of Communication, 37(3), 27-41.

Soper, K. (1995). Feminism and Ecology: Realism and Rhetoric in the Discourses of Nature. Science, Technology, and Human Values, 20(3), 311-331.

Souder, W. E., Sherman, J. D., & Davies-Cooper, R. (1998). Environmental uncertainty, organizational integration, and new product development effectiveness: A test of contingency theory. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 15(6), 520-533.

Sowa, K. Z. (1975). The Social Environment and the Process of Urbanization L'environnement Social Et Le Processus D'urbanisation. Cahiers Internationaux de Sociologie, 22(58), 63-79.

Spencer, J. W., & Triche, E. (1994). Media Constructions of Risk and Safety: Differential Framings of Hazard Events. Sociological Inquiry, 64(2), 199-213.

Staats, H. J., Wit, A. P., & Midden, C. Y. (1996). Communicating the greenhouse effect to the public: Evaluation of a mass media campaign from a social dilemma perspective. Journal of Environmental Management, 46(2), 189-203.

Stallings, R. A. (1990). Media Discourse and the Social Construction of Risk. Social Problems, 37(1), 80-95.

Stamm, K. R., & Bowes, J. E. (1972). Communication During an Environmental Decision. Journal of Environmental Education, 3(3), 49-55.

Stamm, K. R., Clark, F., & Eblacas, P. R. (2000). Mass communication and public understanding of environmental problems: the case of global warming. Public Understanding of Science, 9(3), 219-237.

Stamm, K. R., Dervin, B., & Laing, R. (1976). Communication-Research and Environmental-Policy Decisions - Seattle's Solid-Waste Planning. Journal of Environmental Education, 8(2), 27-36.

Stamm, K. R., & Grunig, J. E. (1977). Communication Situations and Cognitive Strategies in Resolving Environmental-Issues. Journalism Quarterly, 54(4), 713-720.

Stapp, W. B., & Polunin, N. (1991). Global Environmental-Education - Towards a Way of Thinking and Acting. Environmental Conservation, 18(1), 13-18.

Stearney, L. M. (1994). Feminism, Ecofeminism, and the Maternal Archetype: Motherhood as a Feminine Universal. Communication Quarterly, 42(2), 145-159.

Stebbins, R. A. (1974). Formalization: Notes on a Theory of the Rise and Change of Social Forms. International Journal of Contemporary Sociology, 11(2-3), 105-119.

Steg, L., & Sievers, I. (2000). Cultural theory and individual perceptions of environmental risks. Environment and Behavior, 32(2), 250-269.

Steinninger, S. (1988). The Semi-Public Sphere Halboffentlichkeit. Osterreichische Zeitschrift fur Soziologie, 13(1), 30-37.

Stengers, I., & Zaccai, E. (1994). The Environmental Expert: From Whom the Questions Come Expert en environnement: celui par qui les questions arrivent. Critique regionale, 20, 87-105.

Stern, P. C. (1991). Learning through Conflict: A Realistic Strategy for Risk Communication. Policy Sciences, 24(1), 99-119.

Steward, F., & Conway, S. (1998). Situating discourse in environmental innovation networks. Organization, 5(4), 479-502.

Stokinger, H. E. (1971). Sanity in Research and Evaluation of Environmental Health. Science, 174(4010), 662-665.

Strassoldo, R. (1983). Energy and Society. Studi di Sociologia, 21(2), 160-180.

Stratford, E. (1994). Disciplining the Feminine, the Home, and Nature in Three Australian Public Health Histories. Australian Journal of Communication, 21(3), 56-71.

Stratman, J. F., Boykin, C., Holmes, M. C., Laufer, M. J., & Breen, M. (1995). Risk Communication, Metacommunication, and Rhetorical Stases in the Aspen-Epa Superfund Controversy. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 9(1), 5-41.

Strodthoff, G. G., Hawkins, R. P., & Schoenfeld, A. C. (1985). Media Roles in a Social Movement: A Model of Ideology Diffusion. Journal of Communication, 35(2), 134-153.

Suedfeld, P., & Vernon, J. (1966). Attitude Manipulation in Restricted Environments: Ii Conceptual Structure and the Internalization of Propaganda Received as a Reward for Compliance. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 3(5), 586-589.

Suhonen, P. (1993). Environmental issues, the Finnish major press, and public opinion. Gazette, 51(2), 91-112.

Sullivan, K. M. (1999). Fishing in the media: mainstream print news and the commercial fishing industry in Texas. Culture and Agriculture, 21(3), 31-43.

Sundet, P., & Mermelstein, J. (1996). Predictors of Rural Community Survival after Natural Disaster: Implications for Social Work Practice. Journal of Social Service Research, 22(1-2), 57-70.

Susa, O. (1997). Environmental responsibility: Individual choice, communication, institutional risks. Filosoficky Casopis, 45(3), 426-442.

Swanson, D. A. (1975). The Division of Labor: Further Exploration in the Analysis of an Ecological Concept. Western Sociological Review, 6(summer), 72-82.

Sylow, K. (1994). The Tasmanian Conservation Movement and the Press: Research Note. The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 30(2), 203-210.

Tal, A. (1997). Assessing the environmental movement's attitudes toward risk assessment. Environmental Science & Technology, 31(10), A470-A476.

Tal, A. (1998). Beyond the rhetoric of premeditated murder: Toward a rational and compassionate environmentalist perspective about the ethics of risk assessment. Ecosystem Health, 4(3), 170-176.

Tallacchini, M. (1990). Society and Nature: Communications or Incommunicability? Societa e natura: communicazione o incomunicabilita? Sociologia del Diritto, 17(3), 35-49.

Taylor, C. E. (2000). Local press coverage of environmental conflict. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 77(1), 175-192.

Taylor, D. E. (2000). The rise of the environmental justice paradigm: Injustice framing and the social construction of environmental discourses. American Behavioral Scientist, 43(4), 508-580.

Taylor, J. C. (2000). The evolution and effectiveness of Maintenance Resource Management (MRM). International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 26(2), 201-215.

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