FORUM: Organizing and Integrating Knowledge about Environmental Communication

  title={FORUM: Organizing and Integrating Knowledge about Environmental Communication},
  author={Merav Katz-Kimchi and Bernhard Goodwin},
  journal={Environmental Communication},
  pages={367 - 369}
Environmental communication has emerged as an expanding academic field in the last three decades. Over the last 20 years, the field has become institutionalized, culminating in the founding of the journal Environmental Communication, the International Environmental Communication Association (IECA), and a couple of sections and divisions in established academic associations. The issue of whether these institutionalization processes have been accompanied by a parallel formation of an integrated… 
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