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by Tarla Rai Peterson

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  • Author: Tarla Rai Peterson
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Texas A&M University Press; 1 edition (November 10, 2004)
  • Pages: 304 pages
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Tarla Rai Peterson’s introduction discusses both methodological and substantive issues in studying presidential rhetoric on the environment. The final section of the book then directs attention to the future of presidential rhetoric and environmental governance, with looks in at state-level environmental issues and looks out at the international context of environmentalism.

Texas A&M University Press, 10 нояб. Tarla Rai Peterson’s introduction discusses both methodological and substantive issues in studying presidential rhetoric on the environment. The environment figures prominently in American political debate of the twentieth century. In subsequent chapters, noted scholars examine various aspects of half a dozen modern presidencies to shed light not only on those administrations but also on the study of environmental rhetoric itself.

Tarla Rai Peterson's introduction to the book discusses both methodological and substantive issues in studying presidential rhetoric on the environment. The final section of the book then directs attention to the future of presidential rhetoric and environmental governance, with looks "in" at state-level environmental issues and looks "out" at the international context.

The rhetorical presidency is a political communication theory that describes the communication and government style of . presidents in the twentieth century. This theory describes the transition from a presidency that directed rhetoric toward the United States Congress and other government bodies, to one that addresses rhetoric, policy and ideas directly to the public.

Compiled by prominent environmental communication scholar Tarla Rai Peterson, Green Talk is divided into four thematic sections: Theodore Roosevelt, political pragmatism, Bill Clinton, and environmental governance. The power of economic considerations is an overarching theme woven throughout the book’s collected analyses of presidential environmental rhetoric. In her Introduction, Peterson points to the urgency of environmental issues arguing that ‘‘environmental communication studies require a more convincing demonstration of practical utility’’ (9) than most public address scholarship.

Political Science, Government, Nonfiction.

In Green Talk in the White House, noted scholars present an array of approaches to studying environmental rhetoric and the presidency, covering a range of administrations and a diversity of viewpoints. Political Science, Government, Nonfiction.

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Peterson, Tarla Rae. Green Talk in the White House: The Rhetorical Presidency Encounters Ecology. Collective Memory, Political Nostalgia, and the Rhetorical Presidency: Bill Clinton's Commemoration of the March on Washington, August 28, 1998

Peterson, Tarla Rae. College Station: Texas A & M UP, 2004. Collective Memory, Political Nostalgia, and the Rhetorical Presidency: Bill Clinton's Commemoration of the March on Washington, August 28, 1998. Quarterly Journal of Speech 86 (2000): 417-437.

Tarla Rai Peterson is the Boone and Crocket Professor of Wildlife and Conservation Policy at Texas A&M .

Tarla Rai Peterson is the Boone and Crocket Professor of Wildlife and Conservation Policy at Texas A&M University, Guest Professor of Environmental Communication at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, and Adjunct Professor of Communication at University of Utah. Her books include Sharing the Earth: The Rhetoric of Sustainable Development, Green talk in the White House: The Rhetorical Presidency Encounters Ecology, and Social Movement to Address Climate Change: Local Steps for Global Action. About the Contributors. Jim Crowther is a senior lecturer at the University of Edinburgh.

2004a) Green Talk in the White House: The Rhetorical Presidency Encounters Ecology ( College .

2004a) Green Talk in the White House: The Rhetorical Presidency Encounters Ecology ( College Station: Texas A & M University Press . oogle Scholar. Peterson, T. R. (2004b) ‘Environmental communication meets presidential rhetoric’, in T. Peterson (ed) Green Talk in the White House: The Rhetorical Presidency Encounters Ecology ( College Station: Texas A & M University Press ), pp. 3–33. Scott, M. (2004) WordSmith Tools–Version . ( Oxford: Oxford University Press). Soden, D. (1999) The Environmental Presidency ( New York: SUNY Press).

The environment figures prominently in American political debate of the twentieth century. Issues of wilderness and wetlands preservation, clean air and clean water, and the sustainable use of natural resources attract passionate advocacy and demands for national as well as local action. Presidents since Theodore Roosevelt have addressed these issues, rhetorically (though not always prominently) in their public addresses and pragmatically in their policies and appointments to pertinent positions.Green Talk in the White House gathers an array of approaches to studying environmental rhetoric and the presidency, covering a range of presidential administrations and a diversity of viewpoints on how the concept of the “rhetorical presidency” may be modified in this policy area.Tarla Rai Peterson’s introduction discusses both methodological and substantive issues in studying presidential rhetoric on the environment. In subsequent chapters, noted scholars examine various aspects of half a dozen modern presidencies to shed light not only on those administrations but also on the study of environmental rhetoric itself. The final section of the book then directs attention to the future of presidential rhetoric and environmental governance, with looks “in” at state-level environmental issues and looks “out” at the international context of environmentalism.As a whole, the volume is ideal for those looking to better understand the particular intersection of presidency, policy, and rhetorical studies.

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