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Understanding the Social Construction of Environmental Concern

Human Ecology Review, vol.4 no.4 pp101-105, 1997


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Resource IDkalof1997
Resource titleUnderstanding the Social Construction of Environmental Concern
Author(s)Linda Kalof
Publication/ sourceHuman Ecology Review, vol.4 no.4 pp101-105
Date published 1997
Summary text/ abstractWhile it is uncertain whether the mass media promote environmental apathy or action, it is clear that the media play an important role in the social construction of environmental concern. To better understand public perceptions of environmental problems it is important to study how individual attitudes are structured and the negotiation of meaning of environmental messages in the media. Thispaper reviews the literature on the interpretation of environmental messages in the media and proposes a research method to unravel the social construction of environmental concern.
Library categoriesDirect Action & Protest, Hacktivism, Neo-Luddism, Politics, Simplicity
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