Contents of the 2011 Conference on Communication and Environment Proceedings

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Across Borders and Environments: Communication and Environmental Justice in International Contexts

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Introduction

 

Acknowledgements

 

I. ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE ISSUES IN THE UNITED STATES

"Sacred Land or National Sacrifice Zone: Competing Values in the Yucca Mountain Controversy"
Danielle Endres, University of Utah
"The Populist Argumentative Frame in the Environmental Vision of Van Jones"
JiangBo HuangFu & Ross Singer, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
"Please Don't Waste Me: Majora Carter's 'Greening the Ghetto' TED Talk"
Joseph S. Clark, Florida State University
"Environmental Knowledge, Values, Attitudes, and Behaviors in Paso Del Norte: Implications for Environmental Communication Campaigns"
Lorena Mondragón, The University of Texas at El Paso

II. ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE ISSUES IN PERU, KENYA, SURINAME, INDIA, & BRAZIL

"Mass-Media Coverage of Climate Change in Peru: Framing and the Role of Foreign Voices"
Bruno Takahashi & Mark Meisner, SUNY-ESF
"'It's More Than Planting Trees, It's Planting Ideas:' Environmental Justice and Ecofeminism in the Green Belt Movement"
Kathleen P. Hunt, University of Utah
"Transforming a Resource Extraction Conflict in Suriname: The Promise of the World Café"
Karina C. Mullen, Colorado State University
"Message in a Bottle: How Coca-Cola India Presents Itself as Environmentally Sustainable"
Tonya Frizzell, Royal Roads University
"Can Traditional Peoples and Communities in the Brazilian Amazon Conciliate Instrumental and Dialogic Forms of Communication?"
Thaís Brianezi, Daniel Fonseca de Andrade, & Marcos Sorrentino, University of Sao Paulo

III. GENDER & ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE

"Looking Both Ways": The Intersection of Climate Justice and Reproductive Justice and the Implications of Rhetorical Alignment of Social Movement Concerns
Kathleen M. de Onís, University of Montana-Missoula
"Unearthing the Feminine: Yin/Yang Spirals in H. Rider Haggard's King Solomon's Mines"
Jorge Gomez, The University of Texas at El Paso
"Greening Climate Justice Through More Color: Latinas and the Green Movement"
Erin Drake, Colorado State University

IV. RARE'S INDONESIA PROGRAM: CASE STUDIES ON CONSERVATION CAMPAIGNS

"Rare: Organizational Identity and Localized Conservation"
Carlos A. Tarin, University of Utah
"Campaigning for Environmental Conservation: An Ethnographic Investigation of Indonesia's Contemporary Cultural System"
Anthony M. Jimenez, The University of Texas at El Paso
"A Case Study of a More Effective Approach to Environmental Campaigns in Thousand Islands National Park, Jakarta, Indonesia"
Jacob Barde, The University of Texas at El Paso

V. ENVIRONMENT AND SENSE OF PLACE

"Mythic Fragments & Environmental Activists: Rhetorical and Mythic Justifications for the Locavore Movement"
Justin Eckstein, University of Denver & Sarah T. Partlow-Lefevre, Idaho State University
"Constructing Contemporary Senses of Place: The Politics of Memory in Appalachia"
Tom Bowers, Northern Kentucky University
"Stories that 'Make Sense': Is Nature Writing an Oxymoron?"
Julie Kalil Schutten, Northern Arizona University

VI. CLIMATE CHANGE ISSUES

"Do Actions Bespeak Words? Environmental Attitudes and Lifestyle Politics"
Justin Rolfe-Redding, George Mason University
"Engaging Visitors in Climate Change Communication: A Case Study of Southern Florida's National Parks and Wildlife Refuges"
Caroline A. Beard & Jessica Leigh Thompson, Colorado State University
"Drowning in the Depths of Climate Change: An Exploration of Rhetoric about Polar Bears"
Gloria Leticia Bebber, The University of Texas at El Paso

VII. ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSES TO CRISES

"A Case Study of Community and Voice in Emergency Response Efforts"
Ann D. Jabro, Robert Morris University
"The Effects of Leadership Styles on Public Receptiveness to Specific Crisis Situations: A South African Energy Crisis Case Study"
Althea Jansen, University of the Witwatersrand
"Hydraulic Fracturing and Environmental Effects: Understanding Media Communication Strategies through Groupthink Theory"
Adriana Salas & María del Mar Salazar, The University of Texas at El Paso

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