Sustainability Communication: Interdisciplinary Perspectives and Theoretical Foundation
Jasmin Godemann, Gerd Michelsen
Springer Science & Business Media, Jun 8, 2011 - Science - 203 pages
Modern and professional communication is required to realise the goal of sustainability in society. This book develops a theoretical and empirical framework, integrating interdisciplinary perspectives from communications theory, psychology, sociology, educational sciences, systems theory and constructivism. Its aim is to inform the establishment of sustainability communication. Complementing this theoretical framework, the book provides methods and concepts in a range of fields such as corporate practice, education and media. The book addresses the scientific community and students as well as communicators in all categories of sustainability communication.
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