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Environmental Concern, Patterns of Television Viewing, and Pro-Environmental Behaviors
Unformatted Document Text:  TV-Environment 20 References Ader, C. R. (1995). A longitudinal study of agenda setting for the issue of environmental pollution. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 72, 300-311. Arblaster, L., & Hawtin, M. (1993). Health, housing and social policy: Homes for wealth or health? London: Socialist Health Association. Atwater, T., Salwen, M. B., & Anderson, R. B. (1985). Media agenda-setting with environmental issues. Journalism Quarterly, 62, 393-397. Authors. (in press). Political implications of prime-time drama and sitcom use: genres of representation and opinions concerning women’s rights. Journal of Communication. Authors. (2002). The importance of analyzing indirect effects in media effects research. Manuscript submitted for publication review. Axelrod, L. J., & Lehman, D. R. (1993). Response to environmental concerns: What factors guide individual action. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 13, 149-159. Backes, D. (1995). The biosocial perspective and environmental communication research. Journal of Communication, 45, 147-163. Barton, R. (1988). TV news and the language of acid rain in Canadian-American relations. Political Communication and Persuasion, 5, 49-65. Blumler, J., & Katz, E. (Eds.) (1974). The uses of mass communications: Current perspectives on gratifications research. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications. Blumler, J. G. (1979). The role of theory in uses and gratifications research. Communication Research, 6, 9-36. Brother, C., Fortner, R., & Mayer, V. (1991). The impact of television news on public environmental knowledge. Journal of Environmental Education, 22, 22-29. Brown, R., & Pettifer, J. (1985). The nature watchers: Exploring wildlife with the experts. London: Collins. Camacho, D. E. (Ed.). (1998). Environmental injustices, political struggles: Race, class, and the environment. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. Carmines, E. G., & Zeller, R. A. (1979). Reliability and validity assessment. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. Cliff, N. (1983). Some cautions concerning the application of causal modeling methods. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 18, 115-126.

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Ader, C. R. (1995). A longitudinal study of agenda setting for the issue of environmental pollution. Journalism &
Mass Communication Quarterly, 72, 300-311.
Arblaster, L., & Hawtin, M. (1993). Health, housing and social policy: Homes for wealth or health? London:
Socialist Health Association.
Atwater, T., Salwen, M. B., & Anderson, R. B. (1985). Media agenda-setting with environmental issues. Journalism
Quarterly, 62, 393-397.
Authors. (in press). Political implications of prime-time drama and sitcom use: genres of representation and
opinions concerning women’s rights. Journal of Communication.
Authors. (2002). The importance of analyzing indirect effects in media effects research. Manuscript submitted for
publication review.
Axelrod, L. J., & Lehman, D. R. (1993). Response to environmental concerns: What factors guide individual action.
Journal of Environmental Psychology, 13, 149-159.
Backes, D. (1995). The biosocial perspective and environmental communication research. Journal of
Communication, 45, 147-163.
Barton, R. (1988). TV news and the language of acid rain in Canadian-American relations. Political
Communication and Persuasion, 5, 49-65.
Blumler, J., & Katz, E. (Eds.) (1974). The uses of mass communications: Current perspectives on gratifications
research. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications.
Blumler, J. G. (1979). The role of theory in uses and gratifications research. Communication Research, 6, 9-36.
Brother, C., Fortner, R., & Mayer, V. (1991). The impact of television news on public environmental knowledge.
Journal of Environmental Education, 22, 22-29.
Brown, R., & Pettifer, J. (1985). The nature watchers: Exploring wildlife with the experts. London: Collins.
Camacho, D. E. (Ed.). (1998). Environmental injustices, political struggles: Race, class, and the environment.
Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
Carmines, E. G., & Zeller, R. A. (1979). Reliability and validity assessment. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.
Cliff, N. (1983). Some cautions concerning the application of causal modeling methods. Multivariate Behavioral
Research, 18, 115-126.


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