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Environmental Concern, Patterns of Television Viewing, and Pro-Environmental Behaviors
Unformatted Document Text:  TV-Environment 23 Olli, E., Grendstad, G., & Wollebauk, D. (2001). Correlates of environmental behaviors: Bringing back social context. Environment and Behavior, 33, 181-208. Palmgreen, P. (1984). Uses and gratifications: A theoretical perspective. Communication Yearbook, 8, 20-55. Potter, W. J., & Chang, I. C. (1990). Television exposure measures and the cultivation hypothesis. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 34, 313-333. Putnam, R. D., & Yonish, S. (1999, May). How important are random samples? Some surprising new evidence. Paper presented to the annual convention of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, St. Pete Beach, FL. Robichaux, M. (1995, August 7). Hunger or mayhem? TV’s nature shows offer you a big bite. Wall Street Journal, p. A1. Rosenthal, R. (1984). Meta-analytic procedures in social research. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. Rosenthal, R. (1991). Replication in behavioral research. In J. W. Neuliep (Ed.), Replication in the social sciences (pp. 1-30). Newbury Park, CA: Sage. Shah, D. V., McLeod, J. M., & Yoon, S-H. (2001). Communication, context, and community: An exploration of print, broadcast, and Internet influences. Communication Research, 28, 464-506. Shanahan, J. (1993). Television and the cultivation of environmental concern: 1988-92. In A. Hansen (Ed.), The mass media and environmental issues (pp. 181-197). Leicester, UK: Leicester University Press. Shanahan, J., & McComas, K. (1997). Television’s portrayal of the environment, 1991-1995. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 74, 147-158. Shanahan, J., & McComas, K. (1999). Nature stories: Depictions of the environment and their effects. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. Shanahan, J., & Morgan, M. (1999). Television and its viewers: Cultivation theory and research. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Shanahan, J., Morgan, M., & Stenbjerre, M. (1997). Green or brown? Television and the cultivation of environmental concern. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 41, 305-323. Shipan, C. R., & Lowry, W. R. (2001). Environmental policy and party divergences in Congress. Political Research Quarterly, 54, 245-263. Signorielli, N., & Morgan, M. (1990). Cultivation analysis. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

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TV-Environment 23
Olli, E., Grendstad, G., & Wollebauk, D. (2001). Correlates of environmental behaviors: Bringing back social
context. Environment and Behavior, 33, 181-208.
Palmgreen, P. (1984). Uses and gratifications: A theoretical perspective. Communication Yearbook, 8, 20-55.
Potter, W. J., & Chang, I. C. (1990). Television exposure measures and the cultivation hypothesis. Journal of
Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 34, 313-333.
Putnam, R. D., & Yonish, S. (1999, May). How important are random samples? Some surprising new evidence.
Paper presented to the annual convention of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, St.
Pete Beach, FL.
Robichaux, M. (1995, August 7). Hunger or mayhem? TV’s nature shows offer you a big bite. Wall Street Journal,
p. A1.
Rosenthal, R. (1984). Meta-analytic procedures in social research. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.
Rosenthal, R. (1991). Replication in behavioral research. In J. W. Neuliep (Ed.), Replication in the social sciences
(pp. 1-30). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Shah, D. V., McLeod, J. M., & Yoon, S-H. (2001). Communication, context, and community: An exploration of
print, broadcast, and Internet influences. Communication Research, 28, 464-506.
Shanahan, J. (1993). Television and the cultivation of environmental concern: 1988-92. In A. Hansen (Ed.), The
mass media and environmental issues (pp. 181-197). Leicester, UK: Leicester University Press.
Shanahan, J., & McComas, K. (1997). Television’s portrayal of the environment, 1991-1995. Journalism & Mass
Communication Quarterly, 74, 147-158.
Shanahan, J., & McComas, K. (1999). Nature stories: Depictions of the environment and their effects. Cresskill, NJ:
Hampton Press.
Shanahan, J., & Morgan, M. (1999). Television and its viewers: Cultivation theory and research. Cambridge, UK:
Cambridge University Press.
Shanahan, J., Morgan, M., & Stenbjerre, M. (1997). Green or brown? Television and the cultivation of
environmental concern. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 41, 305-323.
Shipan, C. R., & Lowry, W. R. (2001). Environmental policy and party divergences in Congress. Political Research
Quarterly, 54, 245-263.
Signorielli, N., & Morgan, M. (1990). Cultivation analysis. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.


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