Mass media & environmental conflict : America's green crusades / Mark Neuzil, [William Kovarik]

Author(s): Neuzil, Mark
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Subjects: Mass media and the environment--United States
Mass media--Social aspects--United States
United States--Environmental conditions
United States--Social conditions--1980-
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, c1996
LC Classification: P
Physical Description: xxvii, 243 p. : ill., ports. ; 24 cm
Table of Contents: Introduction
Acknowledgments
1. Specialized Media: Forest and Stream Magazine and the Redefinition of Hunting 1
2. Mainstream Media: The Radium Girls 33
3. The Media and Social Change: I. Mother of the Forest 53
4. The Media and Social Change: II. The Great Alaskan Land Fraud 83
5. Media and Competing Power Groups: A Big Dam Controversy 105
6. Conflict Management and Scientific Understanding: The 1920s Ethyl Leaded Gasoline Controversy 129
7. The Importance of Dramatic Events: The Donora Killer Smog and Smoke Abatement Campaigns 163
8. Conclusion 195
Appendix 201
References 213
Name Index 229
Subject Index 234
About the Authors 243
Alternate Titles: Mass media and environmental conflict
Additional Authors: Kovarik, Bill
Notes: LCCN: 96010051
ISBN: 0761903321 (cloth)
ISBN: 076190333X (pbk.)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-228) and indexes
OCLC Number: 34597956
ISBN/ISSN: 0761903321
076190333X