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RPS Komlingkes Gasal 2017

Komling 2016

Environmental Journalism 2017


Silabus Komling 2016

Arjen Wals – Social Learning towards a Sustainable World

Pertemuan I

Materi 1 – Milstein_Enviro_Com_Theories

Materi 1 – Robert Cox – Environmental Communication and the Public Sphere

Materi 1 Environmental Communication – applying communication tools towards sus dev


strategic communication for sustainable development-1


Whatis Environmental Journalism

Examining the handbooks on environmental journalism_ A qualitativ

Blog Kompasiana 2015

Leo Andrean Priambada

Arya Suryapati

Hugo Gian


Girgir Samuel

Shani Ramadhan

Judith N Chanutomo

Gregorius Pratyaksa

Silvia Diaz Carinadewi

Ryan Sara Pratiwi

Eggy Gustyandhana

Zakarias Elmas

Aditya Chandra B





Blog Kompasiana

R. Arditya Mutwara Lokita

Michael Dion Nugroho

Dica Herra Vidianti

Dafrosa Gita Putrianti

Shani Ramadhan Rasyid




Materi Kuliah 2012/2013

Kelompok 1

Ita Modhalina Sembiring 3944

Alfonsa Rr Dresa C 3758

Natalia Kristanti A 3745

Indra Nugroho 3730

Kelompok 2

Lusia Febriana Arumingtyas 4176

Cornelia Claudia Doa 4502

H. Amadeus Onen Pratiwi 4505

Kelompok 3

AA Gede Aditya N 3809

Aditya Pratomo P 3947

Jessica Tjandra 3893

Abe Yoga Prasetia 4430

Silabus Komunikasi Lingkungan 2013

Materi Kuliah 2011/2013

News coverage of climate change in nature news and science during 2007

Environmental problems and power of media

Nieman Reports – Global Warming

No Materi Kuliah Bacaan
0. Problems in Environmental Communication Identify particular problems or difficulties that exist in the current environmental communication process. This may focus on particular organizations, a specific conflict or issue, or the overall process of communication about the environment.
1 Basic concepts in political ecology: from the tragedy of commons to sustainability Hardin, Garrett.  1996. The Tragedy of the Commons. In: Sauer, P. and M. Livingston (eds.), Environmental Economics and Policy: Selected Classical Readings. Prague-Minneapolis, pp. 62-75. Mater1: Materi 1 Hardin 1968 Rational Choice Institutionalism PPT1 The tragedy of the commons : the-tragedy-of-the-commons
2 Ideology, environment, worldview Buhr, N., Reiter, S. Ideology, the environment and one worldview:  A discourse analysis of Noranda’s environmental and sustainable development reports Materi 2: Materi 2 – Ideology, the environment and one world view PPT2: Nature perceptions and role people
3 Persuasive environmental communication: campaigns and change modelsTambahan Materi:Greenpeace Strategy: Greenpeace strategyGreenpeace History: green peace historyGreenpeace Bibliography: Greenpeace bibliographyHell-bent on Arctic destruction: http://greenpeace.org.nz/briefing/Shell_and_oil_exploration_off_Alaska.pdf Bator, R. J. and R. B. Cialdini (2000). “The application of persuasion theory to the development of effective proenvironmental public service announcements.” Journal of Social Issues 56(3): 527-541.Loefstedt, R., E. and O. Renn (1997). “Materi 3 – Persuasion theory – Bator_PSA_2000The Brent Spar controversy. An example of risk communication gone wrong.” Risk Analysis 17(2): 131-136. Materi 3: Materi 3 – The Brent Spar Controversy
4 Framing and the public’s role McCright, A.M., R.E. Dunlap (2000). “Challenging global warming as a social problem: An analysis of the conservative movement’s counter-claims.” Social Problems 47(4): 499-522. Materi 4: McCright_Challenging Global WarmingBrulle, R.J. (2010). “From environmental campaigns to advancing the public dialog: environmental communication for civic engagement.” Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture 4(1): 82-98. Materi4: From Campaign to public dialog
5 Interactive environmental policy making Leroy, P. and J. P. M. Van Tatenhove (2002). “Environment and participation. The shifting significance of a double concept.” Materi 5:  environment and participationGreening society. P. P. J. Driessen and P. Glasbergen (Eds.) The Netherlands, Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers: 163-184.
6 Learning for sustainable development Wals, A. E. J., Geerling-Eiff, F., Hubeek, F., Kroon, S. van der & Vader, J. (2008). “All mixed up? Instrumental and emancipatory learning toward a more sustainable world. Considerations for EE policymakers.” Applied Environmental Education and Communication, 7: 55-65.Materi 6: WalsetalAppliedEECWals, A. E. J. (2003). “Exploring pathways to sustainable living. Emancipatory environmental education.” Regional sustainable development reviews. In: Encyclopedia of life support systems. A. Mather and J. Burden. Oxford, Eolss publishers.Exploring Pathwys
6. Communication for system innovation: collective system analyses  Schot J. & Geels, F.W. “”Strategic niche management and sustainable innovation journeys: theory, finding, research agenda, and policy”. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management 20(5): 537-554strategic niche managementlearning in photovoltaic pilot projects
7. Vision building for system innovation Quist, J., W. Thissen and P.J. Vergragt (2011). “The impact and spin-off of participatory backcasting. From vision to niche”. Technological Forecasting & Social Change 78: 883-897.
8. Policy Design and analysis Hisschemöller, M. and R. Hoppe (2001). “Coping with intractable controversies. The case for problemstructuring in policy design and analysis.” Knowledge, power and participation in environmental policy analysis. (Policy Studies Review Annual). M. Hisschemöller, W. N. Dunn, R. Hoppe and J. Ravetz (Eds.). New Brunswick, Transaction Publishers. 12: 47-72.

Materi Tambahan:

Environmental History and Ethics: Environmental History and Ethics

Environmental Ethics and Economy: Environmental Ethics and economic

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