Image Politics The New Rhetoric of Environmental Activism

ISBN-10: 1572304618
ISBN-13: 9781572304611
Edition: 1999
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Book details

List price: $50.00
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publication date: 10/1/1999
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 205
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.990

Kevin Michael DeLuca, PhD, has taught at the University of Virginia and the Pennsylvania State University and is currently an assistant professor of Speech Communication at the University of Georgia. His major area of interest is how industrial cultures relate to the natural world and construct visions of "nature." He has published articles on environmental politics, technology, the media, and postmodernism.

Making Waves
Guerrilla Imagefare in the Woods
Contrary Images in America's Heartland
Rhetoric, Reason, and Image Events in the Public Sphere
The Rhetoric of Social Movements: a Theoretical Diagnostics and Overhaul
What Are Social Movements?
Making the Invisible Matter
Outlines of a Rhetorical Theory of Social Movements
Supplementing Ideographic Analysis
Supplementing Articulation Theory
Imaging Social Movements
Progress, Nature, and Industrialism
Reading Image Events
The Possibilities of Nature in a Postmodern Age: The Case of Environmental Justice Groups
Modernism, Nature, and Postmodernism
Feminisms and Environmentalisms after "Woman" and "Nature"
Strategy at the Center
Tactics on the Margins
Talking about Natures/Environments
Articulation and Environmental Politics
Meditation III
Participatory Democracy in Enemy Territory
Media Filters: Ownership, Profits, Frames, and Routines
Dominant Ideology, Hegemony, and Framing Environmentalists: Two Examples
Audiences, Dissemination, and Contexts: Rereading "War in the Woods"
Images, Audiences, and Readings
Deconstructing the Transmission Model
Intentional Fallacies and the Subject of Rhetoric
Textual Tribulations, Contextual Conundrums
Rhetoric and Social Change in a Postmodern Context
Discourse, Reality, and Politics
Critical Rhetoric, Subjectivity, and the Place of the Critic
Setting the Context for Social Movements
Redressing Progress
Notes
References
Index
About the Author

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