Environmental Communication and the Public Sphere


Published in: Google Books > Language Arts & Disciplines > environmental education | Published on 02/Aug/2018 07:37

448 pages , SAGE Publications , 2017-11-14
The Fifth Edition of the award-winning Environmental Communication and the Public Sphere is the first comprehensive introduction to the growing field of environmental communication. This groundbreaking book focuses on the role that human communication plays in influencing the ways we perceive the environment. It also examines ho...[Read More]



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The Ecology of Language Evolution


Published in: Google Books > Language Arts & Disciplines > Ecology | Published on 01/Aug/2018 02:44

255 pages , Cambridge University Press , 2001-08-30
This major new work explores the development of creoles and other new languages, focusing on the conceptual and methodological issues they raise for genetic linguistics. Written by an internationally renowned linguist, the book surveys a wide range of examples of changes in the structure, function and vitality of langua...[Read More]



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The Ecology and Semiotics of Language Learning A Sociocultural Perspective


Published in: Google Books > Language Arts & Disciplines > Ecology | Published on 24/Jul/2018 06:56

248 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2004-07-20
In this book I try to give a coherent and consistent overview of what an ecological approach to language learning might look like. This is not a fully fledged grand theory that aims to provide an explanation of everything, but an attempt to provide a rationale for taking an ecological world view and applying it t...[Read More]



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Recycling


Published in: Google Books > Language Arts & Disciplines > recycling | Published on 20/Jul/2018 22:41

30 pages , Oxford University , 1996
How much rubbish do you throw away in a year? It could be more than atonne or less than a hundred kilograms, but it's still too much. The Earth isdisappearing under a mountain of rubbish - often poisonous - yet, as this bookshows, much of this rubbish could be recycled. Recycling can save energy,materials and money - it may also save t...[Read More]



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Unscripted America Indigenous Languages and the Origins of a Literary Nation


Published in: Google Books > Language Arts & Disciplines > environmental education | Published on 20/Jul/2018 22:19

336 pages , Oxford University Press , 2017
In 1664, French Jesuit Louis Nicolas arrived in Quebec. Upon first hearing Ojibwe, Nicolas observed that he had encountered the most barbaric language in the world--but after listening to and studying approximately fifteen Algonquian languages over a ten-year period, he wrote that he had "discovered all of the secrets of the mos...[Read More]



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A study of combined school-public libraries


Published in: Google Books > Language Arts & Disciplines > ecology for kids | Published on 18/Jul/2018 11:52

107 pages , Amer Library Assn , 1980



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Deep Space and Deep Ecology: Biocentric Justifications for Violence and Population Control in the Science Fiction of L. E, Modesitt, Jr (Critical Essay) , Extrapolation


Published in: itune > Language Arts & Disciplines,Books,Professional & Technical,Education > recycling | Published on 05/Jul/2018 09:02

2007-03-22T07:00:00Z
In her introduction to The Left Hand of Darkness, Ursula Le Guin describes science fiction as being neither "speculative" nor "predictive" (xii), but rather as "describing certain aspects of psychological reality in the novelist's way, which is by inventing elaborately circumstantial lies" (xv). In his science fiction novels, L. E. Modesitt presents "elaborately cir...[Read More]



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Environmental Conflict Management


Published in: Google Books > Language Arts & Disciplines > environmental management | Published on 27/Jun/2018 21:37

248 pages , SAGE Publications , 2015-03-04
A step-by-step guide connecting theory to practice Environmental Conflict Management introduces students to the research and practice of environmental conflict and provides a step-by-step process for engaging stakeholders and other interested parties in the management of environmental disputes. In each chapter, authors Dr. Tracy...[Read More]



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Language An Ecological View


Published in: Google Books > Language Arts & Disciplines > Ecology | Published on 27/Jun/2018 13:22

260 pages , Peter Lang , 2004
Ecological thinking has in recent years come a long way from its origins in biology, to become a new paradigm within many disciplines. Its approach is holistic, and focuses on dynamic, interactive systems and the interrelationships between the object of study and its context. The author demonstrates how adopting such an ecological perspectiv...[Read More]



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Alternative Rhetorics Challenges to the Rhetorical Tradition


Published in: Google Books > Language Arts & Disciplines > alternative power | Published on 27/Jun/2018 11:26

269 pages , SUNY Press , 2001-04-19
Challenges the traditional rhetorical canon.



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Communication in Elderly Care Cross-Cultural Perspectives


Published in: Google Books > Language Arts & Disciplines > Environment care | Published on 22/Jun/2018 19:44

256 pages , Bloomsbury Publishing , 2011-06-09
The topic of communication in elderly care is becoming ever more pressing, with an aging world population and burgeoning numbers of people needing care. This book looks at this critical but underanalyzed area. It examines the way people talk to each other in eldercare settings from an interdisciplinary and globally cross-cul...[Read More]



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Sustainability A Reader for Writers


Published in: Google Books > Language Arts & Disciplines > Sustainability | Published on 22/Jun/2018 14:48

419 pages , Oxford University Press, USA , 2013
"A reader focused on the timely and vital subject of sustainability. It includes an interdisciplinary mix of public, academic, and scientific readings that go beyond inward-looking nature-writing anthologies currently on the market. Developed for the first-year composition market, the reader also provides students with the ...[Read More]



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