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Social movement to address climate change [electronic resource] : local steps for global action / edited by Danielle Endres, Leah Sprain, and Tarla Rai Peterson.

Contributor(s): Endres, Danielle | Sprain, Leah M | Peterson, Tarla Rai.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Politics, institutions, and public policy in America series: Publisher: Amherst, N.Y. : Cambria Press, c2009Description: 1 online resource (xxi, 497 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781624992193 (electronic bk.); 1624992196 (electronic bk.); 9781613366271; 1613366272.Subject(s): Social movements -- United States | Climatic changes -- United States | Internet and environmentalism -- United States | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Human GeographyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Social movement to address climate change.DDC classification: 304.2/5 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Step It Up in the lone star state : how identity, myth, and the iconic can impact a movement / Andrea M. Feldpausch-Parker ... [et al.] -- Calling all artists : moving climate change from my space to my place / Damon M. Hall ... [et al.]. -- Demonstrative protest rhetoric and the Boston step it up campaign / Lawrence J. Prelli -- Step what up? : rhetorical framing and dialectical tensions in Salt Lake City's step it up events / Danielle Endres ... [et al.] -- Interview with Adele Bealer, co-organizer of Salt Lake City gathering of the Waters SIU event -- OrganizingStep It Up 2007 : social-movement organizations as collective resistance / Todd Norton and Travis Paveglio -- Toward just climate-change coalitions : challenges and possibilities in the Step It Up 2007 Campaign / Danielle Endres ... [et al.] -- A social movements success story? : assessing a self-identified movement for climate action / William J. Kinsella, Nick Temple, and Jim Shields -- Interview with Stephanie Kimball / Phaedra C. Pezzullo -- New media, new movement? / Jodi M. Minion ... [et al.] -- Step It Up and image politics in the Pacific Northwest / Leah Sprain, Todd Norton, and Tema Milstein -- "Smells like folk life" : participants' identity construction at step it up / Tracylee Clarke and Trudy Milburn -- Environmentalism 2.0 : new forms of social activism / Leah Sprain ... [et al.] -- An ecologist's response to the SIU campaign : the role of natural scientists in environmental movement / Markus J. Peterson -- Excerpt from SIU San Antonio rally transcript / transcibed by Jodi Minion -- SIU and beyond : challenges of scale and the strategic / Robert Cox.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [431]-470) and indexes.

Step It Up in the lone star state : how identity, myth, and the iconic can impact a movement / Andrea M. Feldpausch-Parker ... [et al.] -- Calling all artists : moving climate change from my space to my place / Damon M. Hall ... [et al.]. -- Demonstrative protest rhetoric and the Boston step it up campaign / Lawrence J. Prelli -- Step what up? : rhetorical framing and dialectical tensions in Salt Lake City's step it up events / Danielle Endres ... [et al.] -- Interview with Adele Bealer, co-organizer of Salt Lake City gathering of the Waters SIU event -- OrganizingStep It Up 2007 : social-movement organizations as collective resistance / Todd Norton and Travis Paveglio -- Toward just climate-change coalitions : challenges and possibilities in the Step It Up 2007 Campaign / Danielle Endres ... [et al.] -- A social movements success story? : assessing a self-identified movement for climate action / William J. Kinsella, Nick Temple, and Jim Shields -- Interview with Stephanie Kimball / Phaedra C. Pezzullo -- New media, new movement? / Jodi M. Minion ... [et al.] -- Step It Up and image politics in the Pacific Northwest / Leah Sprain, Todd Norton, and Tema Milstein -- "Smells like folk life" : participants' identity construction at step it up / Tracylee Clarke and Trudy Milburn -- Environmentalism 2.0 : new forms of social activism / Leah Sprain ... [et al.] -- An ecologist's response to the SIU campaign : the role of natural scientists in environmental movement / Markus J. Peterson -- Excerpt from SIU San Antonio rally transcript / transcibed by Jodi Minion -- SIU and beyond : challenges of scale and the strategic / Robert Cox.

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