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Green Culture: Environmental Rhetoric in Contemporary America

Edited By: Carl G Herndl and Stuart C Brown

320 pages, 2 b/w photos, 2 line illus, 1 map

University of Wisconsin Press

Paperback | May 1996 | #52317 | ISBN: 0299149943
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Hardback | May 1996 | #52320 | ISBN: 0299149900
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About this book

Shows how an understanding of rhetoric is an aid to understanding different approaches to environmental issues. The rhetoric surrounding specific environmental debates - the Great Lakes and Yellowstone, a toxic waste dump in North Carolina and an episode in Red Lodge, Montana - is examined.


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