Environmental Communication and Participatory Processes
GPES Areas of Study
Leader: Andrea M. Feldpausch-Parker
NOTE: The ECPP Area of Study is a PhD program only.
This study area addresses the communicative dynamics of behaviors, attitudes, values, perceptions, and ideologies. It includes decision making, public policy, public participation, campaign development, organizational effectiveness, conflict prevention and resolution, and risk communication which all hinge on the ability of participants to communicate and use information effectively, strategically, and ethically. GPES students within this option will be prepared to enter diverse arenas of academia, industry, non-government organizations, and government structures well equipped to facilitate and/or participate in interactions among individual citizens, non-government organizations, publics, agencies, bureaucracies, scientists, and others. They will have the skills and knowledge that will allow them to choose appropriate process structures and strategies to reach objectives.
|Kuehn, Diane M.||human dimensions of leisure and outdoor recreation, ecotourism and nature tourism, recreation management and email@example.com||310A Bray Hall|
|Luzadis, Valerie A.||ecological economics, social-ecological systems, ecosystem services, social dimensions of forest and natural resources management, natural resources and environmental policy and values, sustainable development, participatory firstname.lastname@example.org||206 Bray Hall|
|Moran, Sharon D.||environmental policy, human dimensions of water/wastewater issues, political ecology, environment-society relations, green and innovative technologies, environmental issues in post-communist countries, qualitative research methods, gender and nature, sustainability indicators, emergent technologies, environmental justice, ethical frameworks in public email@example.com||220 Marshall Hall|
|Feldpausch-Parker, Andrea M.||environmental, science and technology communication; wildlife conservation; climate change discourse and decision-making; environmental advocacy; environmental and natural resources conflict management; qualitative, critical and program evaluation methods; public participation; energy discourse and firstname.lastname@example.org||108A Marshall Hall|
|Selfa, Theresa||environmental sociology, sociology of food and agriculture, environmental governance, qualitative and mixed methods, social impacts of land use change, bioenergy, water policy and politics, social dimensions of payments for ecosystems email@example.com||219 Marshall Hall|
|Vidon, Elizabeth S.||environmental ethics and values; environmental thought and ontologies; ideology and “environmentality”; socio-cultural sustainability and land-use policy; political ecology; wilderness, representation, and environmental perception; environmental values and implications for stakeholder communication and firstname.lastname@example.org||108B Marshall Hall|
Graduate Students in Environmental Communication and Participatory Processes
Only currently registered students appearnew student names are added at the start of the academic year.
ESC Environmental and Community Land PlanningDegree Sought: MS
Environmental Communication and Participatory ProcessesDegree Sought: PHD
Previous Graduate Study: Ithaca College (Communications — Oth)
Graduate Research Topic