Research Links

Re-examining the Media-Policy Link: Climate Change and Government Elites in Peru. Bruno Takahashi & Mark Meisner.  In D. Crow & M. Boykoff (Eds.) Culture, Politics and Climate Change: How Information Shapes Our Common Future. (2014)

Predictors of Pro-Environmental Behavior in Rural American Communities. Bruno Takahashi & Theresa Selfa. Sage Journals, Environment & Behavior. (2014)
Climate Change in Peruvian Newspapers: The Role of Foreign Voices in a Context of Vulnerability. Bruno Takahashi & Mark Meisner. Public Understanding of Science. (2013)
Framing of climate change in newspaper coverage of the East Anglia e-mail scandal. Brian J. Bowe, Tsuyoshi Oshita, Carol Terracina-Hartman & Wen-Chi Chao. Public Understanding of Science. (2012)
Social media for environmental action: What prompts intent toward activism and engagement. Carol Terracina-Hartman, Brian Bienkowski, M. Myer, & S. Kanthawala. Paper presented at Technology Science and Society annual conference, Vancouver, BC. (2012)
Environmental Discourses and Discourse Coalitions in the Reconfiguration of Peru’s Environmental Governance. Bruno Takahashi & Mark Meisner. Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture. (2012)
Climate Change on Trial: An Analysis of the Media Coverage of Climategate. Carol Terracina Hartman & Tsuyoshi Oshita. The International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses. (2012)
Environmental Journalism in Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan: Reporting Scarce Amid Environmental and Media Problems. Eric Freedman. Applied Environmental Education & Communication. (2011)
Comparing Influences on Peruvian Climate Change Policy: Information, Knowledge, and Concern among Political Elites. Bruno Takahashi & Mark Meisner. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research. (2011)
Framing and Sources: A Study of Mass Media Coverage of Climate Change in Peru during the V ALCUE. Bruno Takahashi. Public Understanding of Science. (2011)
Media, Tourism, Environment, and Cultural Issues in Australia: A Case Study of a Study Abroad Program. Eric Freedman. Applied Environmental Education and Communication. (2010)
Ambitious in Theory but Unlikely in Practice: A Critique of UNESCO’s Model Curricula for Developing Countries and Emerging Democracies. Eric Freedman & Richard Shafer. Journal of Third World Studies. (2010)
Social Marketing for the Environment: An Assessment of Theory and Practice. Bruno Takahashi. Applied Environmental Education and Communication. (2009)
Framing Climate Change: A Comparative Analysis of a US and a Canadian Newspaper. Bruno Takahashi. International Journal of Sustainability Communication. (2008)
Public Lands Litigation Alliances between Native American and Public Interest Groups. Eric Freedman & Cynthia Fridgen. Environmental Practice. (2007)
Designing and Implementing the First Environmental and Science Journalism Course for an Uzbekistan Journalism School. Eric Freedman. Applied Environmental Education and Communication. (2004)
When Indigenous Rights and Wilderness Collide: Prosecution of Native Americans for Using Motors in Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Area. Eric Freedman. American Indian Quarterly. (2002)