Environmental Communication and Critical Coastal Policy: Communities, Culture and Nature

Author:   Kerrie Foxwell-Norton (Griffith University, Australia)
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
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9781138797543


Pages:   148
Publication Date:   11 September 2017
Format:   Hardback
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Author:   Kerrie Foxwell-Norton (Griffith University, Australia)
Publisher:   Taylor & Francis Ltd
Imprint:   Routledge
Weight:   0.381kg
ISBN:  

9781138797543


ISBN 10:   1138797545
Pages:   148
Publication Date:   11 September 2017
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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Table of Contents

The coastal terrain Culture and the coast Coastal policy and meaningful community participation Coasts and media democracy Coasts, communication and policy: The Cabarita Beach/Bogangar experience Critical coastal policy and environmental communication: New directions? Conclusion

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As issues of environment inexorably heave into view so they become entwined with concerns of social justice, political action and communication, it is imperative that we better understand how these challenges are confronted and won or lost at the local level and how communities can contribute to a global wave of change. Kerrie Foxwell-Norton's timely study, Environmental Communication and Critical Coastal Policy, provides us with an eloquently written and incisive dissection of the complexities and contingencies involved. Highly recommended. - Simon Cottle, Cardiff University, UK If millions of us care about our coastal environments, how is it that so many of these precious places are threatened by human activity? In this important book, Kerrie Foxwell-Norton shows how scholarly research can combine passion with clear insight into the political and communicative processes that can risk or save what we care about most. - Libby Lester, University of Tasmania, Australia


As issues of environment inexorably heave into view so they become entwined with concerns of social justice, political action and communication. It it is imperative that we better understand how these challenges are confronted and won or lost at the local level and how communities can contribute to a global wave of change. Kerrie Foxwell-Norton's timely study, Environmental Communication and Critical Coastal Policy, provides us with an eloquently written and incisive dissection of the complexities and contingencies involved. Highly recommended. - Simon Cottle, Cardiff University, UK If millions of us care about our coastal environments, how is it that so many of these precious places are threatened by human activity? In this important book, Kerrie Foxwell-Norton shows how scholarly research can combine passion with clear insight into the political and communicative processes that can risk or save what we care about most. - Libby Lester, University of Tasmania, Australia


As issues of environment inexorably heave into view so they become entwined with concerns of social justice, political action and communication. It it is imperative that we better understand how these challenges are confronted and won or lost at the local level and how communities can contribute to a global wave of change. Kerrie Foxwell-Norton's timely study, Environmental Communication and Critical Coastal Policy, provides us with an eloquently written and incisive dissection of the complexities and contingencies involved. Highly recommended. - Simon Cottle, Cardiff University, UK If millions of us care about our coastal environments, how is it that so many of these precious places are threatened by human activity? In this important book, Kerrie Foxwell-Norton shows how scholarly research can combine passion with clear insight into the political and communicative processes that can risk or save what we care about most. - Libby Lester, University of Tasmania, Australia


As issues of environment inexorably heave into view so they become entwined with concerns of social justice, political action and communication. It it is imperative that we better understand how these challenges are confronted and won or lost at the local level and how communities can contribute to a global wave of change. Kerrie Foxwell-Norton's timely study, Environmental Communication and Critical Coastal Policy, provides us with an eloquently written and incisive dissection of the complexities and contingencies involved. Highly recommended. - Simon Cottle, Cardiff University, UK If millions of us care about our coastal environments, how is it that so many of these precious places are threatened by human activity? In this important book, Kerrie Foxwell-Norton shows how scholarly research can combine passion with clear insight into the political and communicative processes that can risk or save what we care about most. - Libby Lester, University of Tasmania, Australia


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Kerrie Foxwell-Norton is a senior lecturer in communication and media studies and a member of the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research at Griffith University, Australia.

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