COMM 146F - Communication and the Environment
Examination of communication in environmental issues, especially conflicting values and modes of discourse that assume different meanings of human-nature relationship. Emphasis on environmentalism as popular movement, rhetoric of radical ecology and the technical discourse of environmental policy administration.
Prerequisite(s): Upper division standing or instructor consent.
Cross-listed with ENVS 146F . Communication Studies is responsible for scheduling.
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