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Environmental Concern, Patterns of Television Viewing, and Pro-Environmental Behaviors
Unformatted Document Text:  TV-Environment 22 Jones, R. E., Fly, J. M., & Cordell, H. K. (1999). How green is my valley? Tracking rural and urban environmentalism in the Southern Appalachian Ecoregion. Rural Sociology, 64, 482-499. Krendl, K. A., Olson, B., & Burke, R. (1992). Preparing for the environmental decade: A field experiment of recycling behavior. Journal of Applied Communication, 20, 19-36. Krimsky, S., & Plough, A. (1988). Environmental hazards: Communicating risk as a societal process. Dover, MA: Auburn House. Luke, T. W. (1987). Chernobyl: The packaging of transnational ecological disaster. Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 4, 351-375. McComas, K., & Shanahan, J. (1999). Telling stories about global climate change: Measuring the impact of narratives on issue cycles. Communication Research, 26, 30-57. McComas, K. A., Shanahan, J., & Butler, J. S. (2001). Environmental content in prime-time network TV’s non- news entertainment and fictional programs. Society and Natural Resources, 14, 533-542. McElvogue, L. (1997, September 29). Show biz jungle of wildlife. New York Times, p. E1. McGuire, W. J. (1989). Theoretical foundations of campaigns. In R. E. Rice & C. K. Atkin (Eds.), Public communication campaigns (2 nd ed., pp., 43-65). Newbury Park, CA: Sage. McLeod, D. M., Kosicki, G. M., & McLeod, J. M. (2002). Resurveying the boundaries of political communication effects. In J. Bryant & D. Zillmann (Eds.), Media effects: Advances in theory and research (2 nd ed., pp. 215-268). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. McLeod, J. M., Glynn, C., & Griffin, R. (1987). Communication and energy conservation. Journal of Environmental Education, 18, 29-37. McQuail, D. (1985). With the benefit of hindsight: Reflections on uses and grartifications research. Mass Communication Review Yearbook, 5, 125-142. Markus, H., & Zajonc, R. B. (1985). The cognitive perspective in social psychology. In G. Lindzey & E. Aronson (Eds.), The handbook of social psychology (3 rd ed., pp. 137-230). New York: Random House. Mfume, K. (2001, May 24). NAACP to take new actions to increase television diversity. Retrieved September 1, 2002, from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Web site: http://www.naacp.org/news/releases/TVdiv52401.shtml

Authors: Holbert, R. Lance., Kwak, Nojin. and Shah, Dhavan.
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TV-Environment 22
Jones, R. E., Fly, J. M., & Cordell, H. K. (1999). How green is my valley? Tracking rural and urban
environmentalism in the Southern Appalachian Ecoregion. Rural Sociology, 64, 482-499.
Krendl, K. A., Olson, B., & Burke, R. (1992). Preparing for the environmental decade: A field experiment of
recycling behavior. Journal of Applied Communication, 20, 19-36.
Krimsky, S., & Plough, A. (1988). Environmental hazards: Communicating risk as a societal process. Dover, MA:
Auburn House.
Luke, T. W. (1987). Chernobyl: The packaging of transnational ecological disaster. Critical Studies in Mass
Communication, 4, 351-375.
McComas, K., & Shanahan, J. (1999). Telling stories about global climate change: Measuring the impact of
narratives on issue cycles. Communication Research, 26, 30-57.
McComas, K. A., Shanahan, J., & Butler, J. S. (2001). Environmental content in prime-time network TV’s non-
news entertainment and fictional programs. Society and Natural Resources, 14, 533-542.
McElvogue, L. (1997, September 29). Show biz jungle of wildlife. New York Times, p. E1.
McGuire, W. J. (1989). Theoretical foundations of campaigns. In R. E. Rice & C. K. Atkin (Eds.), Public
communication campaigns (2
nd
ed., pp., 43-65). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
McLeod, D. M., Kosicki, G. M., & McLeod, J. M. (2002). Resurveying the boundaries of political communication
effects. In J. Bryant & D. Zillmann (Eds.), Media effects: Advances in theory and research (2
nd
ed., pp.
215-268). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
McLeod, J. M., Glynn, C., & Griffin, R. (1987). Communication and energy conservation. Journal of Environmental
Education, 18, 29-37.
McQuail, D. (1985). With the benefit of hindsight: Reflections on uses and grartifications research. Mass
Communication Review Yearbook, 5, 125-142.
Markus, H., & Zajonc, R. B. (1985). The cognitive perspective in social psychology. In G. Lindzey & E. Aronson
(Eds.), The handbook of social psychology (3
rd
ed., pp. 137-230). New York: Random House.
Mfume, K. (2001, May 24). NAACP to take new actions to increase television diversity. Retrieved September 1,
2002, from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Web site:
http://www.naacp.org/news/releases/TVdiv52401.shtml


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