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Green culture : environmental rhetoric in contemporary America /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Herndl, Carl George., Brown, Stuart C. 1955-
Format: Book
Published: Madison, Wis. : University of Wisconsin Press, c1996.
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Table of Contents:
  • Millennial ecology : the apocalyptic narrative from Silent spring to Global warming /
  • M. Jimmie Killingsworth and Jacqueline S. Palmer
  • "Thinking like a mountain" : persona, ethos, and judgment in American nature writing /
  • H. Lewis Ulman
  • Epistemology and politics in American nature writing : embedded rhetoric and discrete rhetoric /
  • Scott Slovic
  • The low-level radioactive waste siting controversy in North Carolina : toward a rhetorical model of risk communication /
  • Steven B. Katz and Carolyn R. Miller
  • Saving the Great Lakes : public participation in environmental policy /
  • Craig Waddell
  • Gold, Yellowstone, and the search for a rhetorical identity /
  • James G. Cantrill
  • Landscape, drama, and dissensus : the rhetorical education of Red Lodge, Montana /
  • Zita Ingham
  • Beyond the realm of reason : understanding the extreme environmental rhetoric of the John Birch Society /
  • Robert L. Brown and Carl G. Herndl
  • Environmental rhetoric in the age of hegemonic politics : Earth First! and the Nature Conservancy /
  • Marilyn M. Cooper
  • Thomas Cole's vision of "nature" and the conquest theme in American culture /
  • Gregory Clark, S. Michael Halloran, and Allison Woodford
  • "The curious peach" : nature and the language of desire /
  • Charles Bergman.