Taylor & Francis
As a discipline of crisis and care, environmental communication needs to address questions of environmental justice. This article argues that the most appropriate approach to studying environmental justice communication is engaged scholarship, in which academics collaborate with community partners, advocates, and others to conduct research. The article reviews prior engaged communication scholarship on environmental justice, and proposes four streams of future research, focused on news and information, deliberation and participation, campaigns and movements, and education and literacy.
Raphael, C. (2019). Engaged communication scholarship for environmental justice: A research agenda. Environmental Communication, 1-21. doi.org/10.1080/17524032.2019.1591478
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