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Tweeting with Authority: Identifying Influential Participants in Agriculture-Related Water Quality Twitter Conversations
In August 2014, Toledo, Ohio, experienced a dangerous algae bloom that led to a citywide water ban. News media coverage of the incident was widespread, as was social media conversation. OpinionExpand
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A Little Learning in Dangerous: The Influence of Agricultural Literacy and Experience on Young People's Perceptions of Agricultural Imagery
Agricultural knowledge gaps are forming between American agricultural producers and the consumers they feed and clothe. These divides in agricultural literacy and firsthand experience in the food andExpand
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Agriculture at eleven: visual rhetoric and news media portrayals of agriculture
Modern agricultural practices have become increasingly popular topics for news media outlets; thus, the growing scrutiny placed on production agriculture warrants a study of the images incorporatedExpand
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Advertising Agrarian Unreality: College Students' Preferences for Agricultural Commodity Advertising Content
Critics of agricultural commodity groups claim the advertising strategies used by those groups promote unrealistic perceptions of modern agricultural practices. To answer this question, theExpand
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Crowdsourcing Change: An Analysis of Twitter Discourse on Food Waste and Reduction Strategies
Food waste has emerged as a major issue in the United States as the nation collectively sends more than 133 billion pounds of food to its landfills every year. In September 2015, the USDA and EPAExpand
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The Pastoral Fantasy on the Silver Screen: The Influence of Film on American Cultural Memory of the Agrarian Landscape
Entertainment media are a powerful source of cultural influence. Films are especially adept at capturing and preserving for posterity the attitudes, actions, and landscapes of historical events andExpand
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Exploring the Relationship Between Pre-School-aged Animated Television and Agriculture: A Content Analysis of Disney Junior's Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
Understanding how modern preschool television series are framing agriculture can help agricultural communicators and educators gain insight into what schemata preschoolers have developed aboutExpand
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Investigating the Cultivation Effects of Television Advertisements and Agricultural Knowledge Gaps on College Students’ Perceptions of Modern Dairy Husbandry Practices
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Where I Come From: Exploring Regional Differences in California Consumers’ Attitudes and Beliefs About Fluid Milk
Guided by the theory of reasoned action and social cognitive theory, this study was conducted to better understand how decisions to purchase organic or conventional milk are influenced by norms andExpand
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