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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 27 University of Chicago Press. NZ GE Free Environment register. (2001). GE Free NZ: Ours for the picking! Retrieved August 27, 2001 from http://nzgefree.nelson.org.nz/stories/storyReader$86 People against genetic engineering. (2001). GE Free NZ: Ours for the picking! Retrieved August 27, 2001 from http://gefree.nelson.org.nz/stories/storyReader$94 Putnis, P. (1993). The public role of communication scholars. Australian Journal of Communication, 20 (3), 13-29. Reilly, S. (1996). Geopolitics, media and the public sphere. In D. Paletz (Ed.), Political communication research: Approaches, studies, assessments (Vol. 2, pp. 27-39). Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation. Roper, J. (2002). Government, corporate or social power? The Internet as a tool in the struggle for dominance in public policy. Journal of Public Affairs, 2(3), 113-124. Royal Commission on Genetic Modification. (2001). Report of the Royal Commission on Genetic Modification. Wellington, New Zealand: Author. Scott, J. (1997). Communication campaigns and the neo-liberal policy agenda. Media, Culture & Society, 19, 183-199. Scott, R., Corman, S., & Cheney, G. (1998). Development of a structurational model of identification in the organization. Communication Theory, 8(3), 298-336. Speech from the throne. (2002, August 27). Retrieved August 28, 2002 from http://www.beehive.govt.nz/throne.cfm Taylor, M., Kent, M. L., & White, W. J. (2001). How activist organizations are using the Internet to build relationships. Public Relations Review, 27, 263-284. Thompson, J (1991). Language and symbolic power: Pierre Bourdieu. Cambridge, UK: Polity Press. Trenholm, S., & Jensen, A. (2000). Interpersonal communication. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.

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“Activism in paradise”: A critical discourse analysis of a public
Tracking number
relations campaign against genetic engineering.
ICA-15-10063
27
University of Chicago Press.
NZ GE Free Environment register. (2001). GE Free NZ: Ours for the picking! Retrieved
August 27, 2001 from http://nzgefree.nelson.org.nz/stories/storyReader$86
People against genetic engineering. (2001). GE Free NZ: Ours for the picking! Retrieved
August 27, 2001 from http://gefree.nelson.org.nz/stories/storyReader$94
Putnis, P. (1993). The public role of communication scholars. Australian Journal of
Communication, 20 (3), 13-29.
Reilly, S. (1996). Geopolitics, media and the public sphere. In D. Paletz (Ed.), Political
communication research: Approaches, studies, assessments (Vol. 2, pp. 27-39).
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation.
Roper, J. (2002). Government, corporate or social power? The Internet as a tool in the
struggle for dominance in public policy. Journal of Public Affairs, 2(3), 113-124.
Royal Commission on Genetic Modification. (2001). Report of the Royal Commission on
Genetic Modification. Wellington, New Zealand: Author.
Scott, J. (1997). Communication campaigns and the neo-liberal policy agenda. Media,
Culture & Society, 19, 183-199.
Scott, R., Corman, S., & Cheney, G. (1998). Development of a structurational model of
identification in the organization. Communication Theory, 8(3), 298-336.
Speech from the throne. (2002, August 27). Retrieved August 28, 2002 from
http://www.beehive.govt.nz/throne.cfm
Taylor, M., Kent, M. L., & White, W. J. (2001). How activist organizations are using the
Internet to build relationships. Public Relations Review, 27, 263-284.
Thompson, J (1991). Language and symbolic power: Pierre Bourdieu. Cambridge, UK:
Polity Press.
Trenholm, S., & Jensen, A. (2000). Interpersonal communication. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.


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