Media And Environment, Development

 


 


 


1.         A News Media Perspective on Environmental Communication


2.         A Question of Environmental Racism: The Skull Valley Goshutes and Storage of the Nation’s Nuclear Waste


3.         A Repertoire Approach to Environmental Information Channels


4.         Adaptive Governance and Florida’s Water Conflicts: The Case Studies


5.         Altruism, Self-Interest, and the Reasonable Person Model of Environmentally Responsible Behavior


6.         An analysis of climate change narratives in the online alternative news of New Zealand


7.         AN ANALYSIS OF THE VIEWS OF JOURNALISTS AND GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS REGARDING THE IMPACT OF NEW VISION’S COVERAGE OF THE NAKIVUBO CHANNEL REHABILITATION PROJECT


8.         AN ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROVERSY: HOW NEWSPAPERS FRAMED COVERAGE OF THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION’S PROPOSAL TO DRILL FOR OIL AND NATURAL AS IN THE ARCTIC NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE


9.         Building Bridges to Ecology: the impact of environmental communication programs in German business


10.      Building the news media agenda on the environment: a comparison of public relations and journalistic sources


11.      Citizenship Participation in Environmental Planning and Management in Nigeria: Suggestions


12.      Civic Respondents: A Content Analysis of Sources Quoted in Newspaper Coverage of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita


13.      Civil society and natural resources management: Experiences in Bangladesh


14.      Commentary: Media Coverage of the World Summit on Sustainable Development


15.      Complexity in Environment Reporting Is Critical to Public Decision-Making


16.      Developmental Issues in News Media: NGO-Media Interaction in Bangladesh


17.      Ecological coverage in Ukrainian press


18.      Engaging Women in Environmental Activism: Recommendations for Rachel’s Network


19.      Environmental Education in the Asia-Pacific Region: Some Problems and Prospects


20.      Environmental Governance in the Philippines


21.      Environmental Management in the Russian Federation: A Next Generation Enigma


22.      Environmental protest and tap-dancing with the media in the information age


23.      Environmental Sociology in Search of Profile


24.      Evaluating Public Responses to Environmental Trend Indicators


25.      Examining the Handbooks on Environmental Journalism: A Qualitative Document Analysis and Response to the Literature


26.      HOW A FLORIDA COASTAL POPULATION LEARNED TO RESPOND TO RAPID ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE


27.      Islands of understanding: Environmental journalism in the South Pacific


28.      JOURNALISM CONCERNING RESOURCE MATTERS: CASE STUDY EXAMPLES IN CONTRASTING INTERPRETATIONS


29.      MASS MEDIA USAGE DURING A NATURAL DISASTER: LSU COLLEGE STUDENTS AND HURRICANE KATRINA


30.      Media Coverage of Climate Change: Current Trends, Strengths, Weaknesses


31.      Motives to Seek Threatened and Endangered Species Information for Land-Use Decisions


32.      Objective Threats and Post-material Values as Causes of Environmental Concern in the European Union


33.      Predicting Knowledge Complexity in the Wake of an Environmental Risk


34.      Producing nature(s): on the changing production ecology of natural history TV


35.      Promoting Environmental Writing in Undergraduate Soil Science Programs


36.      PUBLIC MISPERCEPTIONS OF HUMAN-CAUSED CLIMATE CHANGE: THE ROLE OF THE MEDIA


37.      Regional Issues, National Norms: A Four-Region Analysis of U.S. Environment Reporters


38.      Review: Alternative Media Aims at Environmental Issues


39.      Shades of Green: Integrating Environmental and Economic Attitudes


40.      Source Use in Environmental Coverage of San Francisco Bay Area Newspapers


41.      Testing Public (Un)Certainty of Science: Media Representations of Global Warming


42.      The Death of Environmentalism: Global warming politics in a post-environmental world


43.      The development of individual risk in environmental news


44.      The Environment Reporters of New England


45.      The ethical complex of corporate food power


46.      THE LEGACY OF JOHN MUIR: WRITING TO PROMOTE ECOLOGICAL PRESERVATION AND CHANGE ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES


47.      The media and environmental issues in Hong Kong 1983-95


48.      The Politics of Nature: Constructing the German Reunification During the Great Odra Flood 1997


49.      The Role of the Media in China’s Environmental Protection


50.      Theorizing “Ecological Communication”


51.      TO WHAT EXTENT DOES THE AUSTRALIAN PRINT MEDIA ADDRESS ENVIRONMENT WHEN COMMENTING ON POPULATION POLICY?


52.      U.S. Foreign Policy and Media Framing: A Content Analysis of U.S. Newspapers’ Coverage of The Nuclear Tests in North Korea and India

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