Contents of the 2011 Conference on Communication and Environment Proceedings
Across Borders and Environments: Communication and Environmental Justice in International Contexts
Stacey Sowards, editor
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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