The literature of environmental communication

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Al-Madani, I. M., Abdullah, A. A., & Abdulqadir, Z. (1997). Content Analysis of Environmental Subjects in the State of Bahrain Transliterated title not available. Journal of the Gulf and Arabian Peninsula Studies, 22(86), 39-62.
Alam, S. M. N. (1990). Perceptions of Flood among Bangladeshi Villagers. Disasters, 14(4), 354-357.
Albert, B. (1992). Indian Lands, Environmental-Policy and Military Geopolitics in the Development of the Brazilian Amazon - the Case of the Yanomami. Development and Change, 23(1), 35-70.
Alder, G. S. (1997). Managing environmental uncertainty with legitimate authority: A comparative analysis of the Mann Gulch and Storm King Mountain fires. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 25(2), 98-114.
Aldrich, T. E. (2000). Environmental epidemiology forward. Chemosphere, 41(1-2), 59-67.
Alexander, D. (1995). Newspaper Reporting of the May 1993 Florence Bomb. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 13(1), 45-65.
Ali, S. H. (1999). The search for a landfill site in the risk society. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, 36(1), 1-19.
Allison, D. B., & Faith, M. S. (1997). A proposed heuristic for communicating heritability estimates to the general public, with obesity as an example. Behavior Genetics, 27(5), 441-445.
Allison, E. W., & Allison, M. A. (1995). Using Culture and Communications Theory in Postmodern Urban Planning: A Cybernetic Approach. Communication Research, 22(6), 627-645.
Alsop, S. (1999). Understanding understanding: a model for the public learning of radioactivity. Public Understanding of Science, 8(4), 267-284.
Altheide, D. L. (1994). An Ecology of Communication - toward a Mapping of the Effective Environment. Sociological Quarterly, 35(4), 665-683.
Althoff, P., Greig, W. H., & Stuckey, F. (1973). Environmental Pollution Control Attitudes of Media Managers in Kansas. Journalism Quarterly, 50(4), 666-672.
Andersen, P. A., Lustig, M. W., & Andersen, J. F. (1990). Changes in Latitude, Changes in Attitude: The Relationship between Climate and Interpersonal Communication Predispositions. Communication Quarterly, 38(4), 291-311.
Anderson, A. (1991). Source Strategies and the Communication of Environmental Affairs. Media Culture & Society, 13(4), 459-476.
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Arvai, J. L. (2000). Evaluating NASA's role in risk communication process surrounding space policy decisions. Space Policy, 16(1), 61-69.
Arvanitis, R., & Chatelin, Y. (1988). National Scientific Strategies in Tropical Soil Sciences. Social Studies of Science, 18(1), 113-146.
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Atwood, L. E. (1993). Perceived Impact of an Earthquake Prediction: The Third Person Effect. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 11(3), 365-378.
Atwood, L. E., & Major, A. M. (1998). Exploring the "Cry Wolf" Hypothesis. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 16(3), 279-302.
Ayer, H. W. (1997). Grass roots collective action: Agricultural opportunities. Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics, 22(1), 1-11.
Ayish, M. (1991). Risk Communication: A Cross-Cultural Study. European Journal of Communication, 6(2), 213-222.
Baas, J. M., Ewert, A., & Chavez, D. J. (1993). Influence of Ethnicity on Recreation and Natural-Environment Use Patterns - Managing Recreation Sites for Ethnic and Racial Diversity. Environmental Management, 17(4), 523-529.
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Bader, R. (1993). Overcoming False Public Beliefs - Possible Strategies for Improving Environmental Risk Literacy. Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry, 40(1-4), 275-288.
Bahk, C. M., & Neuwirth, K. (2000). Impact of Movie Depictions of Volcanic Disaster on Risk Perception and Judgments. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 18(1), 63-84.
Baird, J. C. (1986). Prediction of environmental risk over very long time scales. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 6(3), 233-244.
Baker, F. (1990). Risk Communication about Environmental Hazards. Journal of Public Health Policy, 11(3), 341-359.
Bandara, C. M. M. (1989). Environmental Awareness among the Most Vulnerable Communities in Developing Countries. International Social Science Journal, 41(3(121)), 441-448.
Bandoroff, S., McIntosh, J., Moncher, F. J., Peavler, K., Rotunda, R., & Sebastian, J. (1993). Secondary Prevention: Implementation of a School-Based Intervention Designed to Cope with the Effects of Hurricane Hugo. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 8(5), 321-332.
Bandyopadhyaya, J. (1978). Climate as an Obstacle to Development in the Tropics. International Social Science Journal, 30(2), 339-352.
Bardini, T. (1994). A Translation Analysis of the Green Revolution in Bali. Science, Technology, and Human Values, 19(2), 152-168.
Barlow, H. D. (1993). Safety Officer Accounts of Earthquake Preparedness at Riverside Industrial Sites. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 11(3), 421-435.
Barns, I. J., & Wilson, S. A. (1996). Scientists and the broader community. International Journal of Environment and Pollution, 6(2-3), 142-148.
Barton, R. L. (1988). TV News and the Language of Acid Rain in Canadian-American Relations. Political Communication and Persuasion, 5(1), 49-65.
Bauer, M. (1996). Transport and the environment: Can technology provide the answers? Energy Policy, 24(3), 685.
Beaumont, R., Hamilton, R. S., Machin, N., Perks, J., & Williams, I. D. (1999). Social awareness of air quality information. Science of the Total Environment, 235(1-3), 319-329.
Beierle, T. C., & Konisky, D. M. (2000). Values, conflict, and trust in participatory environmental planning. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 19(4), 587-602.
Bell, A. (1994). Climate of Opinion: Public and Media Discourse on the Global Environment. Discourse & Society, 5(1), 33-64.
Bell, C., & Lyall, J. (2000). Community in the new epoch: the social ergonomics of community design. Futures, 32(8), 749-758.
Bell, D. (1993). Framing Nature: First Steps into the Wilderness for a Sociology of the Landscape. Irish Journal of Sociology, 3, 1-22.
Bell, D. (1995). Picturing the Landscape: Die Grune Insel: Tourist Images of Ireland. European Journal of Communication, 10(1), 41-62.
Benavides de Finol, L. (1998). Environmental Psychology, Social Perception and Communication tal, percepcion y comunicacion social. Espacio abierto, 7(2), 245-259.
Bendix, J., & Liebler, C. M. (1991). Environmental Degradation in Brazilian Amazonia - Perspectives in United-States News Media. Professional Geographer, 43(4), 474-485.
Bendix, J., & Liebler, C. M. (1999). Place, distance, and environmental news: Geographic variation in newspaper coverage of the spotted owl conflict. Association of American Geographers. Annals of the Association, 89(4), 658-676.
Benedittis, M. d. (1999). Media, Communication, and Environmental Values: The Perspective of Genoese Environmental Leaders Media, comunicazione e diffusione dei valori ambientali: la prospettiva dei Leaders ambientalisti genovesi. Studi di Sociologia, 37(1), 123-133.
Bengston, D. N., & Fan, D. P. (1999). Roads on the US national forests - An analysis of public attitudes, beliefs, and values expressed in the news media. Environment and Behavior, 31(4), 514-539.
Bennett, W. L., & Lawrence, R. G. (1995). New Icons and the Mainstreaming of Social Change. Journal of Communication, 45(3), 20-39.
Benton, L. M. (1995). Selling the Natural or Selling out - Exploring Environmental Merchandising. Environmental Ethics, 17(1), 3-22.
Bianchi, G. (1997). Training in Skills for Coping with Democracy. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science and Medicine, 552, 114-124.
Biel, A., & Garling, T. (1995). The Role of Uncertainty in Resource Dilemmas. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 15(3), 221-233.
Bierly, E. W. (1988). The World Climate Program: Collaboration and Communication on a Global Scale. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science and Medicine, 495, 106-116.
Binney, S. E., Mason, R., Martsolf, S. W., & Detweiler, J. H. (1996). Credibility, Public Trust, and the Transport of Radioactive Waste through Local Communities. Environment and Behavior, 28(3), 283-301.
Birke, L. (2000). Sitting on the fence: Biology, feminism and gender-bending environments. Womens Studies International Forum, 23(5), 587-599.
Birkland, T. A. (1996). Natural Disasters as Focusing Events: Policy Communities and Political Response. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 14(2), 221-243.
Bishop, K., & Scott, W. (1998). Deconstructing action competence: developing a case for a more scientifically-attentive environmental education. Public Understanding of Science, 7(3), 225-236.
Blain, M. (1991). Rhetorical Practice in an Anti-Nuclear Weapons Campaign. Peace & Change, 16(4), 355-378.
Blanchard-Boehm, R. D. (1998). Understanding Public Response to Increased Risk from Natural Hazards: Application of the Hazards Risk Communication Framework. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 16(3), 247-278.
Blocker, T. J., Rochford, E. B., Jr., & Sherkat, D. E. (1991). Political Responses to Natural Hazards: Social Movement Participation following a Flood Disaster. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 9(3), 367-382.
Bnuri, T. (1994). Noah's Ark or Jesus' Cross? UNCED as a Tale of Two Cities. Review, 17(2), 187-213.
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Boggs, J. P. (1992). Implicit Models of Social Knowledge Use. Knowledge-Creation Diffusion Utilization, 14(1), 29-62.
Boivin, M. J. (1997). An ecological paradigm for a health behavior analysis of "Konzo", a paralytic disease of Zaire from toxic cassava. Social Science & Medicine, 45(12), 1853-1862.
Bond, C. E. (1979). The Energy-Environment Crisis: Values and the Structure of Social Problems. Sociological Focus, 12(2), 125-139.
Booth, D. E. (1995). Economic Growth and the Limits of Environmental Regulation: A Social Economic Analysis. Review of Social Economy, 53(4), 553-573.
Bord, R. J., & O' Connor, R. E. (1997). The gender gap in environmental attitudes: The case of perceived vulnerability to risk. Social Science Quarterly, 78(4), 830-840.
Bord, R. J., & O'Connor, R. E. (1990). Risk Communication, Knowledge, and Attitudes: Explaining Reactions to a Technology Perceived as Risky. Risk Analysis, 10(4), 499-506.
Bord, R. J., & O'Connor, R. E. (1992). Determinants of Risk Perceptions of a Hazardous Waste Site. Risk Analysis, 12(3), 411-429.
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Bowonder, B. (1981). Environmental Risk Assessment Issues in the Third World. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 19(1), 99-127.
Boyd, B. K., Dess, G. G., & Rasheed, A. M. A. (1993). Divergence between Archival and Perceptual Measures of the Environment - Causes and Consequences. Academy of Management Review, 18(2), 204-226.
Boyne, R. (1998). The Politics of Risk Society. History of the Human Sciences, 11(3), 125-130.
Bradbury, J. A. (1994). Risk Communication in Environmental Restoration Programs. Risk Analysis, 14(3), 357-363.
Brammall, K. M. (1996). Monstrous metamorphosis: Nature, morality, and the rhetoric of monstrosity in Tudor England. The Sixteenth Century Journal, 27(1).
Brand, H., & Lenz, T. (1993). Information-Systems for the Public-Health Services - What Do They Need. Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry, 40(1-4), 301-304.
Bray, S. L. (1997). Sealing the conceptual cracks in the SEC's environmental disclosure rules: A risk communication approach. University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law, 18(2), 655-687.
Briassoulis, H. (1995). Environmental Criteria in Industrial Facility Siting Decisions - an Analysis. Environmental Management, 19(2), 297-311.
Brick, P. (1995). Determined opposition: The Wise Use Movement challenges environmentalism. Environment, 37(8).
Brickey, K. F. (1998). The rhetoric of environmental crime: Culpability, discretion, and structural reform. Iowa Law Review, 84(1), 115-145.
Bridger, J. C. (1996). Community imagery and the built environment. Sociological Quarterly, 37(3), 353-374.
Brody, M. J. (1996). An assessment of 4th-, 8th-, and 11th-grade students' environmental science knowledge related to Oregon's marine resources. Journal of Environmental Education, 27(3), 21-27.
Brosius, J. P. (1997). Endangered forest, endangered people: Environmentalist representations of indigenous knowledge. Human Ecology, 25(1), 47-69.
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Brown, N. J., Swetnam, R. D., Treweek, J. R., Mountford, J. O., Caldow, R. W. G., Manchester, S. J., Stamp, T. R., Gowing, D. J. G., Soloman, D. R., & Armstrong, A. C. (1998). Issues in GIS development: adapting to research and policy- needs for management of wet grasslands in an Environmentally Sensitive Area. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 12(5), 465-478.
Brown, P. (1987). Popular Epidemiology: Community Response to Toxic Waste-Induced Disease in Woburn, Massachusetts. Science, Technology, and Human Values, 12(3-4), 78-85.
Browne, M. N., & Kubasek, N. K. (1999). A communitarian green space between market and political rhetoric about environmental law. American Business Law Journal, 37(1), 127-169.
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Brulle, R. J. (1996). Environmental discourse and social movement organizations: A historical and rhetorical perspective on the development of US environmental organizations. Sociological Inquiry, 66(1), 58-83.
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Bullis, C. (1997). Business communication and the natural environment: Using traditional
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Burger, J., & Gochfeld, M. (1991). Fishing a Superfund Site - Dissonance and Risk Perception of Environmental Hazards by Fishermen in Puerto-Rico. Risk Analysis, 11(2), 269-277.
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Burgess, J., Harrison, C. M., & Filius, P. (1998). Environmental communication and the cultural politics of environmental citizenship. Environment and Planning A, 30(8), 1445-1460.
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Burkhart, F. N. (1991). Journalists as Bureaucrats: Perceptions of "Social Responsibility" Media Roles in Local Emergency Planning. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 9(1), 75-87.
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Chess, C., Salomone, K. L., & Hance, B. J. (1995). Improving Risk Communication in Government - Research Priorities. Risk Analysis, 15(2), 127-135.
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