Browsing by Author "Gunn, Alastair S."

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  • American Mass Media and Sustainable Development

    Gunn, Alastair S.; Jackson, Fiona (Common Ground Publishing Pty Ltd, 2005)
    The American mass media overwhelmingly promote a consumer culture, while paying scant attention to the effects this culture has on the environment. American film and television, especially, is reaching more and more people ...
  • Book review essay: Perspectives on environmental ethics

    Gunn, Alastair S. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2009)
    Most introductory texts in environmental ethics (and philosophy in general) are anthologies, and there are advantages to this approach. No philosopher is an expert on all aspects of the field, especially if practical ...
  • Book review: A greener faith

    Gunn, Alastair S. (2009)
    Yes, yet another book advocating a spiritual solution to what the author calls the “environmental crisis”. Actually, we do not have an environmental crisis. A crisis is a short-lived situation that is quickly resolved – ...
  • Environmental ethics in a New Zealand context

    Gunn, Alastair S. (Mike Smith Business Media Services Ltd, 2007)
    Environmental ethics has many strands and roots but there is increasing for a holistic approach. Such an approach, which is consistent with te ao Maori and tikanga Maori, is especially appropriate for New Zealand.
  • Information provision and restriction: The roles of the police, media and public in coverage of the Coral-Ellen Burrows murder inquiry

    Hardy, Ann; Gunn, Alastair S. (AUT, School of Communication Studies, 2007)
    Six-year-old Coral-Ellen Burrows disappeared in September 2003 after her stepfather, Stephen Williams, had apparently dropped her off at school, though in fact he had murdered her. After extensive searches, her body was ...

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