Nature's “Crisis Disciplines”: Does Environmental Communication Have an Ethical Duty?

@inproceedings{Cox2007NaturesD,
  title={Nature's “Crisis Disciplines”: Does Environmental Communication Have an Ethical Duty?},
  author={Robert O. Cox},
  year={2007}
}
This essay proposes a heuristic conservation between the emerging field of environmental communication and the “crisis discipline” of conservation biology in order to generate a set of ethical postulates for research, teaching, and professional consultation. To the extent that social/symbolic representations of “environment” embody interested orientations, such discourses potentially constrain and/or enable societal responses to environmental signals, including signs of ecological crises. The… CONTINUE READING

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