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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 28 Watkin, T. (2001, October 27). Bureaucratically modified science. New Zealand Herald. p.B6. Weaver, C. K. (2002, July). Whose knowledge? Whose society? Positioning New Zealand as a globally connected knowledge society. Paper presented at The New Zealand Studies Association Annual Conference: “New Zealand Identities and Globalization”, London, UK. Weaver, C. K., & Motion, J. (2002). Sabotage, and subterfuge: public relations, democracy and genetic engineering in New Zealand. Media, Culture & Society, 24, 325-343. White, R. E. (1998). Working paper No. 8: Nuclear-free New Zealand: 1987 - from policy to legislation. Auckland, NZ: Centre for Peace Studies, University of Auckland. Williamson, M. (1999, May 13). Biotechnology Council to be established. [Media release]. New Zealand Ministry of Science Research and Technology. Retrieved January 8, 2001 from http://www.morst.govt.nz/publications/pressrel/biotech.htm Zander, B. (2001, October 27). Cause celebre. Listener. p.21.

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“Activism in paradise”: A critical discourse analysis of a public
Tracking number
relations campaign against genetic engineering.
ICA-15-10063
28
Watkin, T. (2001, October 27). Bureaucratically modified science. New Zealand Herald.
p.B6.
Weaver, C. K. (2002, July). Whose knowledge? Whose society? Positioning New Zealand as
a globally connected knowledge society. Paper presented at The New Zealand Studies
Association Annual Conference: “New Zealand Identities and Globalization”,
London, UK.
Weaver, C. K., & Motion, J. (2002). Sabotage, and subterfuge: public relations, democracy
and genetic engineering in New Zealand. Media, Culture & Society, 24, 325-343.
White, R. E. (1998). Working paper No. 8: Nuclear-free New Zealand: 1987 - from policy to
legislation. Auckland, NZ: Centre for Peace Studies, University of Auckland.
Williamson, M. (1999, May 13). Biotechnology Council to be established. [Media release].
New Zealand Ministry of Science Research and Technology. Retrieved January 8,
2001 from http://www.morst.govt.nz/publications/pressrel/biotech.htm
Zander, B. (2001, October 27). Cause celebre. Listener. p.21.


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