The Environmental Communication Yearbook, Volume 3

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Stephen P. Depoe
Routledge, 2014 M04 8 - 304 pages
First published in 2006. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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Contents

On the Rhetoric of Water Wars in the Pacific Northwest
1
The Cultural Politics of A Civil Action and Erin Brockovich
21
Hybridity in Discourse About the Natural World
49
Avenues for Social Marketing Campaigns
77
5 Rejuvenating Nature in Commercial Culture and the Implications of the Green Commodity Form
97
A Case Study of the Environmentalist Movement to Protect Orangutans
115
7 Substitution or Pollution? Competing Views of Environmental Benefit in a GasFired Power Plant Dispute
137
The Global Responsibility Frame at Earth Summit +5
157
Space as a Wilderness a Miracle and a Resource
187
A Social Capital Approach
211
11 Catalyzing Environmental Communication Through Evolving Internet Technology
235
Enhancing CommunityBased Watershed Management Through Technology
243
Author Index
269
Subject Index
279
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