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"Activism in Paradise": A Critical Discourse Analysis of a Public Relations Campaign against Genetic Engineering
Unformatted Document Text:  “Activism in paradise”: A critical discourse analysis of a public Tracking number relations campaign against genetic engineering. ICA-15-10063 26 studying the development of public sentiment. Communication Theory, 1(3), 225-238. Herbst, S. (1996). Public expression outside the mainstream. Annals, American Academy of Political and Social Science, 546, 120-131. Kelsey, J. (1997). The New Zealand experiment: A world model for structural adjustment. Auckland, NZ: Auckland University Press. Lange, D. (1990). Nuclear free: The New Zealand way. Auckland, NZ: Penguin. Leitch, S. (1994). Business and the media. In J. Deeks & P. Enderwick (Eds.), Business and New Zealand society (pp. 280-292). Auckland, NZ: Longman Paul. Lewis, J. (2000). Manufacturing dissent: New democracy and the era of computer communication. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 3(2), 103-122. Marsh, Dan. (2000, June- July). Fostering innovation in a small open economy: the case of the New Zealand biotechnology sector. Paper presented to the Eighth International Joseph A. Schumpeter Society Conference: "Change, Development and Transformation: Transdisciplinary Perspectives on the Innovation Process", Manchester, UK, Mitchell, A. V. (1972). The half-gallon quarter-acre pavlova paradise. Christchurch, NZ: Whitcomb and Tombs. Moffitt, M.A. (1994). Collapsing and integrating concepts of ‘public’ and ‘image’ into a new theory. Public Relations Review, 20 (2), 159-170. Mouffe, C. (1996). Democracy, power and the "political". In S. Benhabib (Ed.), Democracy and difference: Contesting the boundaries of the political. (pp. 245-256). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Mouffe, C. (1999). Deliberative democracy or agonistic pluralism? Social Research, 66(3), 745-758 Noelle-Neumann, E. (1984). The spiral of silence: Public opinion - Our social skin. Chicago:

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“Activism in paradise”: A critical discourse analysis of a public
Tracking number
relations campaign against genetic engineering.
ICA-15-10063
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studying the development of public sentiment. Communication Theory, 1(3), 225-238.
Herbst, S. (1996). Public expression outside the mainstream. Annals, American Academy of
Political and Social Science, 546, 120-131.
Kelsey, J. (1997). The New Zealand experiment: A world model for structural adjustment.
Auckland, NZ: Auckland University Press.
Lange, D. (1990). Nuclear free: The New Zealand way. Auckland, NZ: Penguin.
Leitch, S. (1994). Business and the media. In J. Deeks & P. Enderwick (Eds.), Business and
New Zealand society (pp. 280-292). Auckland, NZ: Longman Paul.
Lewis, J. (2000). Manufacturing dissent: New democracy and the era of computer
communication. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 3(2), 103-122.
Marsh, Dan. (2000, June- July). Fostering innovation in a small open economy: the case of
the New Zealand biotechnology sector. Paper presented to the Eighth International
Joseph A. Schumpeter Society Conference: "Change, Development and
Transformation: Transdisciplinary Perspectives on the Innovation Process",
Manchester, UK,
Mitchell, A. V. (1972). The half-gallon quarter-acre pavlova paradise. Christchurch, NZ:
Whitcomb and Tombs.
Moffitt, M.A. (1994). Collapsing and integrating concepts of ‘public’ and ‘image’ into a new
theory. Public Relations Review, 20 (2), 159-170.
Mouffe, C. (1996). Democracy, power and the "political". In S. Benhabib (Ed.), Democracy
and difference: Contesting the boundaries of the political. (pp. 245-256). Princeton,
NJ: Princeton University Press.
Mouffe, C. (1999). Deliberative democracy or agonistic pluralism? Social Research, 66(3),
745-758
Noelle-Neumann, E. (1984). The spiral of silence: Public opinion - Our social skin. Chicago:


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