Content Analysis: A Technique for Measuring Attitudes Expressed in Environmental Education Literature

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Burrus-Bammel, L. L., Bammel, G., & Kopitsky, K. (1988). Content analysis: A technique for measuring attitudes expressed in environmental education literature. Journal of Environmental Education, 19, 4, 32-37.
Demonstrated a content analysis approach to documentary research involving archive material. The 5 steps of (1) defining the population, (2) determining the sample, (3) isolatin…

The Logic of Competing Information Campaigns: Conflict Over Old Growth and the Spotted Owl

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Lange, J. I. (1993). The logic of competing information campaigns: Conflict over old growth and the spotted owl.. Communication Monographs, 60, 239-257.
This qualitative case study examines the nature of the competing information campaigns offered by environmental and timber industry groups as they conflict over the Northern spott…

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