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Environmentalism and the Mass Media The North/South Divide

By: Graham Chapman, Keval Kumar, Caroline Fraser and Ivor Gaber
Publisher: Routledge
Environmentalism and the Mass Media
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An outline of the differing cultural, religious and political contexts which form the `world views' of North and South.

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1: The Cultural Context. 2: The Environmental Context. 3: The View from the Newsroom of the North. 4: The View from the Newsrooms of India. 5: The Environmental Messages through the Media. 6: Decoding the Image in the UK and India. 7: Public Understanding in India and the UK. 8: Conclusions: Which Worlds are Talking?.

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By: Graham Chapman, Keval Kumar, Caroline Fraser and Ivor Gaber
Publisher: Routledge
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