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Environmental justice: human health and environmental inequalities.
In this review, we provide an introduction to the topics of environmental justice and environmental inequality. We provide an overview of the dimensions of unequal exposures to environmentalExpand
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Shifting public opinion on climate change: an empirical assessment of factors influencing concern over climate change in the U.S., 2002–2010
This paper conducts an empirical analysis of the factors affecting U.S. public concern about the threat of climate change between January 2002 and December 2010. Utilizing Stimson’s method ofExpand
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Media’s social construction of environmental issues: focus on global warming – a comparative study
Global warming has been a well recognized environmental issue in the United States for the past ten years, even though scientists had identified it as a potential problem years before in 1896. WeExpand
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Institutionalizing delay: foundation funding and the creation of U.S. climate change counter-movement organizations
This paper conducts an analysis of the financial resource mobilization of the organizations that make up the climate change counter-movement (CCCM) in the United States. Utilizing IRS data, totalExpand
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Agency, Democracy, and Nature: The U.S. Environmental Movement from a Critical Theory Perspective
In this book Robert Brulle draws on a broad range of empirical and theoretical research to investigate the effectiveness of U.S. environmental groups. Brulle shows how Critical Theory--in particularExpand
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From Environmental Campaigns to Advancing the Public Dialog: Environmental Communication for Civic Engagement
This essay examines the claims of environmental identity campaigns regarding the issue of climate change. Identity campaigns are based on the idea that more effective environmental messages developedExpand
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Environmental Discourse and Social Movement Organizations: A Historical and Rhetorical Perspective on the Development of U.S. Environmental Organizations
Environmental organizations in the United States are key actors in the process of social change. A rhetorical and historical perspective expands the understanding of different types of environmentalExpand
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Human behavior and sustainability
7 Sustainability demands changes in human behavior. To this end, priority areas include reforming formal insti- tutions, strengthening the institutions of civil society, improving citizen engagement,Expand
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Climate change and society : sociological perspectives
TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Sociology and Global Climate Change: Introduction Robert J. Brulle and Riley E. Dunlap Chapter 2: The Human (Anthropogenic) Driving Forces of Global Climate Change EugeneExpand
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The great divide: understanding the role of media and other drivers of the partisan divide in public concern over climate change in the USA, 2001–2014
Recent scholarship has identified a large and growing divide on how Republicans and Democrats view the issue of climate change. A number of these studies have suggested that this polarization is aExpand
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