University of Cincinnati's Center for Environmental Communication Studies' public participation bibliography

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1.0 1999
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We are not sure who created this, but we think it might have been Steve Depoe. The bibliography has not been updated since 1999.

Most recent entry: 1999

Armour, A. (1995). Citizens' jury model of public participation: A critical evaluation. In Renn, O., Webler, T., & P. Wiedemann,(Eds.)., Fairness and competence in citizen participation: Evaluating models for environmental discourse. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Arnstein, S. (1969). A ladder of participation. Journal of the American Institute of Planners, 35, 216-224.

Barber, B. (1984). Strong democracy: Participatory politics for a new age. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Belsten, L. A. (1996). Environmental risk communication and community collaboration. In Muir, S. A., & Veenendall, T. L., (Eds.), Earthtalk: Communication empowerment for environmental action. Westport, CT: Praeger.

Berry, J. M., Portney, K. E., & Thomson, K. (Eds.). (1993). The rebirth of urban democracy. Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution.

Burns, T. R., & Uberhost, R. (1988). Creative democracy: Systematic conflict resolutions and policymaking in a world of high science and technology. New York: Praeger Press.

Checkoway, B. (1981). The politics of public hearings. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 17, 566-582.

Checkoway, B. & Van Til, J. (1978). What do we know about citizens participation? A selective review of the research. In Langton, S. (Ed.), Citizen participation in America. Lexington: Lexington Books.

Cox, R. J. (1999). 'Indecorous' rhetoric and structures of public participation by low income communities in environmental decision-making. Paper presented at the Fifth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment, Flagstaff, AZ, July 24-27.

Crosby, N. (1995). Citizen juries: One solution for difficult environmental questions. In Renn, O., Webler, T., & P. Wiedemann, (Eds.)., Fairness and competence in citizen participation: Evaluating models for environmental discourse. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Crosby, N., Kelly, J. M., & P. Schaefer. (1986/March-April). Citizen panels: A new approach to citizen participation. Public Administration Review, 170-178.

Delicath, J. W. (1998). Environmental justice, brownfields, and public participation: Contributions from the field of communication studies. Paper presented at the Annual Convention of the National Communication Association, New York, NY.

Delicath, J. W. (1999). Re-invigorating the public sphere, reviving democratic praxis: Environmental Justice and the demand for public participation. Paper presented at the Fifth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment, Flagstaff, AZ, July 24-27.

Depoe, S. P. (1997). Public involvement, civic discovery, and the formation of environmental policy: A comparative analysis of the Fernald Citizen Task Force and the Fernald Health Effects Subcommittee. In Senecaln, S. L., (Ed)., Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment. State University of New York College of Environmental Forestry's Environmental Studies Department, Syracuse, NY.

DeSario, J., & Langton, S. (Eds.). (1987). Citizen participation in public decision making. New York: Greenwood Press.

Elkin, S. L., & Soltan, K. W., (Eds.). (1999). Citizen competence and democratic institutions. University Park, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Ethridge, M. (1987). Procedures for involvement in environmental policy: An assessment of the policy effects. In DeSario, J., & Langton, S. (Eds.)., Citizen participation in public decision making. New York: Greenwood Press.

Fiorino, D. J. (1989a). Environmental risk and democratic process: A critical review. Columbia Journal of Environmental Law, 14, 501-547.

Fiorino, D. J. (1989b). Technical and democratic values in risk analysis. Risk Analysis, 9, 293-299.

Fiorino, D. J. (1990). Citizen participation and environmental risk: A survey of institutional mechanisms. Science, Technology and Human Values, 15, 226-243.

Fiorino, D. J. (1995). Regulatory negotiation as a form of public participation. In Renn, O., Webler, T., & P. Wiedemann, (Eds.)., Fairness and competence in citizen participation: Evaluating models for environmental discourse. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Fiorino, D. J. (1996). Environmental policy and the participation gap. In Lafferty, W. M. & Meadowcroft, J., (Eds.), Democracy and the environment: Problems and prospects. Brookfield, VT: Edward Elgar Publishing Company.

Goldenberg, S., & Frideres, J. S. (1986). Measuring the effects of public participation programs. Environmental Impact Assessment Review, 6, 273-281.

Goodnight, G. T. (1982). The personal, technical, and public spheres of argument: A speculative inquiry into the art of public deliberation. Journal of the American Forensic Association, 18, 214-227.

Graham, A. C. (1997). A social communication analysis of public participation: The case of the Cispus Adaptive Management Area. In Senecaln, S. L., (Ed)., Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment. State University of New York College of Environmental Forestry's Environmental Studies Department, Syracuse, NY.

Gundersen, A. G. (1995). The environmental promise of democratic deliberation. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.

Hadden, S. G. (1989). A citizen's right to know: Risk communication and public policy. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

Hadden, S. G. (1995). Regulatory negotiation as citizen participation: A critique. In Renn, O., Webler, T., & P. Wiedemann, (Eds.)., Fairness and competence in citizen participation: Evaluating models for environmental discourse. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Hamilton, J. D. (1997). Variability of stakeholder expectations about citizen particpation in the Fernald radium debate. In Senecaln, S. L., (Ed)., Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment. State University of New York College of Environmental Forestry's Environmental Studies Department, Syracuse, NY.

Heiman, M. (1990). From 'Not in My Backyard' to 'Not in Anybody's backyard!' Grassroots challenge to hazardous waste facility siting. Journal of American Planning Association, 56, 359-362.

Ingram, H., & Smith, S. R. (Eds.). (1993). Public policy for democracy. Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution.

Kaminsteain, D. S. (1996). Persuasion in a toxic community: Rhetorical aspects of public meetings. Human Organization, 55, 458-464.

Kaperson, R. (1986). Six propositions on public participation and their relevance for risk communication. Risk Analysis, 6, 275-281.

Katz, S. B. & Miller, C. R. (1996). The low-level radioactive waste siting controversy in North Carolina: Toward a rhetorical model of risk communication. In, Herndl, C.G. & S. C. Brown, (Eds.), Green culture: Environmental rhetoric in contemporary America. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.

Kemp, R. (1985). Planning, political hearings, and the politics of discourse. In Forester, J. (Ed.), Critical theory and public life. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lacksmanan, J. (1990). An empirical argument for nontechnical public members on advisory committees: FDA as a model. Risk Issues in Health and Safety, 1, 61-74.

Lafferty. W. M., & Meadowcroft, J., (Eds.). (1996). Democracy and the environment: Problems and prospects. Brookfield, VT: Edward Elgar Publishing Co.

Laird, F. N. (1993). Participatory analysis, democracy, and technological decision making. Science, Technology and Human Values, 18, 341-361.

Lynn, F. M., & Busenberg, G. J. (1995). Citizen advisory committees and environmental policy: What we know, what's left to discover. Risk Analysis, 15, 147-162.

Lynn, F. M., & Kartez, J. D. (1995). The redemption of citizens advisory committees: A perspective from critical theory. In Renn, O., Webler, T., & P. Wiedemann, (Eds.)., Fairness and competence in citizen participation: Evaluating models for environmental discourse. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Mazmanian, D. (1976). Participatory democracy in a federal agency. In Pierce, J. & Doerksen, H. (Eds.)., Water politics and public involvement. Science Publishers: Ann Arbor, MI.

Mazmanian, D. & Morell, D. (1990). The "NIMBY" syndrome: Facility siting and the failure of democratic discourse. In Vig, N.J., & Kraft, M.E., (Eds.)., Environmental policy in the 1990s: Toward a new agenda. Washington, DC: Congressional Quarterly Press.

O'Connor, J. (1993). The promise of environmental democracy. In Hofrichter, R. (Ed.), Toxic struggles: The theory and practice of environmental justice. Philadelphia: New Society Publishers.

Plough, A., & Krimsky, S. (1987). The emergence of risk communication studies: Social and political context. Science, Technology and Human Values, 12, 4-10.

Renn, O., Webler, T., & P. Wiedemann, (Eds.). (1995a). Fairness and competence in citizen participation: Evaluating models for environmental discourse. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Renn, O., Webler, T., & P. Wiedemann. (1995b). A need for discourse on citizen participation" Objective and structure of the book. In Renn, O., Webler, T., & P. Wiedemann, (Eds.)., Fairness and competence in citizen participation: Evaluating models for environmental discourse. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Renn, O., Webler, T., & P. Wiedemann. (1995c). The pursuit of fair and competent citizen participation. In Renn, O., Webler, T., & P. Wiedemann, (Eds.)., Fairness and competence in citizen participation: Evaluating models for environmental discourse. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Rosa, E. A. (1988). NAMBY PAMBY and NIMBY PIMBY: Public issues in the siting of hazardous waste facilities. Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy, 3, 114-123.

Rosenbaum, N. (1978). Citizen participation and democratic theory. In DeSario, J., & Langton, S. (Eds.)., Citizen participation in public decision making. New York: Greenwood Press.

Rosener, J. (1982). Making bureaucracy responsive: A study of citizen participation and staff recommendations on regulatory decision making. Public Administration Review, 42, 339-345.

Rowan, K. E. (1994). The technical and democratic approaches to risk situations: Their appeal, limitations, and rhetorical alternative. Argumentation, 8, 391-409.

Vari, A. (1995). Citizens' advisory committee as a model for public participation: A multiple-criteria evaluation. In Renn, O., Webler, T., & P. Wiedemann, (Eds.)., Fairness and competence in citizen participation: Evaluating models for environmental discourse. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Waddell, C. (1998). Saving the Great Lakes: Public participation in environmental policy. In, Herndl, C.G. & S. C. Brown, (Eds.), Green culture: Environmental rhetoric in contemporary America. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.

Walker, G. B., & Daniels, S. E. (1997). Collaborative public participation in environmental conflict management: An introduction to five approaches. In Senecaln, S. L., (Ed)., Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment. State University of New York College of Environmental Forestry's Environmental Studies Department, Syracuse, NY.

Walker, G. B., Daniels, S. E., Blatner, K. A., & M. S. Carroll. (1996). Civic discovery and ecosystem based management: Collaborative learning in fire recovery planning. Paper presented at the annual convention of the Speech Communication Association, San Diego, CA.

Webler, T. (1995). "Right" discourse in citizen participation: An evaluative yardstick. In Renn, O., Webler, T., & P. Wiedemann, (Eds.)., Fairness and competence in citizen participation: Evaluating models for environmental discourse. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Webler, T. & Renn, O. (1995). A brief primer on participation: Philosophy and practice. In Renn, O., Webler, T., & P. Wiedemann, (Eds.)., Fairness and competence in citizen participation: Evaluating models for environmental discourse. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers

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