Finding Common ground: Identities, Communication, and Environmental Attitudes in Rural America

Rural Americans play an important role in environmental conservation.  Rural communities sit on the front lines of environmental change, while our political structure gives them an outsized voice in policymaking. Despite this importance, rural communities receive little attention from those studying political attitudes and environmental communication. In this lecture, Emily Diamond explores how rural identities inform unique perspectives on environmental policy and how communication strategies can engage rural Americans more effectively on environmental conservation issues.

Emily Diamond is Assistant Professor of Communication Studies and Marine Affairs at URI.

This Harrington Forum Event is cosponsored by the College of the Environment and Life Sciences.

Thursday, November 21 at 3:30pm

Ranger Hall, 103
10 Ranger Rd, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI 02881, USA

Event Type

Lecture

Co-Sponsors

College of the Environment and Life Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, Harrington School of Communication and Media

Group
College of Arts and Sciences, Marine Affairs Department
Contact Person

Scott Kushner

Contact Email

scottkushner@uri.edu

Contact Phone

4018745223

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