some further reading

Here are some references and further reading on peace, sustainability, preferred futures thinking and social change …


Ackerman, F., (24 November 2008), What the stock market and environmentalists could learn from each other, at

Ashendon, S. & Owen, D. (1999), Foucault contra Habermas, London, UK: Sage Publications.

Barash, D.P. & Webel, C.P., (2002), Peace and Conflict studies, California, USA: Sage Publications.

BBC News, (25 September, 2007), Man causing climate change – poll, at

BBC News, (2007), Climate change: global poll, at

Beder, S., (1997), Global Spin: The corporate assault on environmentalism, VIC, Australia: Australian Print Group.

Bennett, T., (1982), ‘Theories of the media, theories of society’, Culture, Society and the media, London, UK: Routledge.

Bird, E., Lutz, R. & Warwick, C., (2008), Media as partners in education for sustainable development: a training and resource kit, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), at

Boyd-Barrett, J.O. & Xie, S., (2008), ‘Al-Jazeera, Phoenix Satellite Television and the Return of the State: Case studies in market liberalization, public sphere and media imperialism’, International Journal of Communication 2, 206-222.

Brown, L.R., (2001), Eco-Economy: Building an Economy for the Earth, New York: W.W. Norton & Co.

Bush, G., (17 September, 2002), National Security Strategy of the United States, USA National Security Council, at

Caine, R.N & Caine, G., (1990), Making Connections: Teaching and the Human Brain, Nashville, TN,USA: Incentive Publications.

Castells, M., (2007), ‘Communication, Power and Counter-power in the Network Society’, International Journal of Communication 1, 238-266.

Clapp, J. & Dauvergne, P., (2005), Paths to a green world: the political economy of the global environment, Cambridge, USA: Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Conley, D. & Lamble, S., (2006), The Daily Miracle: an introduction to journalism, Oxford, UK: Oxford University press.

Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, (January 2008), A framework for pro-environmental behaviours, at

Department of Primary Industries (DPI) NSW, (2009), Projected Impacts of climate change on mining, at

Dessler, A.E. & Parson, E.A., (2006), The science and politics of global climate change: a guide to the debate, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Edwards, L., (2002), How to argue with an economist: reopening political debate in Australia, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Entman, R., (1993), ‘Framing: Towards Clarification of a Fractured Paradigm’, Journal of Communication, 43, 51–8.

Fairclough, N., (1989), Language and Power, UK: Longman Group.

Fishman, P.M. (1983), ‘Interaction: The work Women do’, pp. 89-101 in Language, Gender and Society, eds. Thorne, B., Kramarae, C. &Henley, N., Mass., USA: Newbury House.

Flannery, T., (2008), ‘Now or never: A sustainable future for Australia?’, Quarterly Essay, 31, Australia: Black Inc.

Galtung, J., (1972), ‘Peace research: past experience and future perspectives’, Journal of Peace Research, March issue, International Peace Research Institute, Oslo, Norway, at

Galtung, J., (2000), ‘The Task of Peace Journalism’, Ethical Perspectives, 7, 163, at

Goodall, C., (18 May 2009), The human brain is made for environmental complacency, at

Hackett, R.A., (2006), ‘Is Peace Journalism possible?’, Conflict and Communication Online, 5(2).

Hebdige, D., (1979), ‘From culture to hegemony’, Subculture in the meaning of style, London, UK: Menthuen & Co., 358-367.

Herman, E.S. & Chomsky, N., (1988), Manufacturing Consent: the political economy of the mass media, New York, USA: Vintage.

Hipwell, W., (July 2007), ‘The Industria Hypothesis’, Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice, (19), 305–313.

Holmgren, D., (2002), Permaculture: Principles and Pathways Beyond Sustainability, Australia: Holmgren Design Services.

Hutchinson, F., (1996), ‘Expanding our ways of knowing’ in Educating beyond violent futures, London, UK: Routledge, 166-175.

Hutchinson, F., (1996), ‘Enhancing our foresight’ in Educating beyond violent futures, London, UK: Routledge, 23-43.

Lederach, J. P., (1997), Building Peace: Sustainable Reconciliation in Divided Societies, Washington DC, USA: United States Institute of Peace Press.

Lederach, J.P., (1998), ‘Remember and Change’, in Herr, R. & Zimmerman Herr, J. (eds.), Transforming Violence: Linking Local and Global Peacemaking, Pennsylvania, USA: Herald Press., 177-189.

Lederach, J.P., (1999), The Journey Toward Reconciliation, Pennsylvania, USA: Herald Press.

Lederach, J.P., (2005), The Moral Imagination, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 138-149.

Lillington, I., (2007), The Holistic Life: Sustainability Through Permaculture, South Australia, Australia: Axiom Publishing.

Lovelock, J.E. & Margulis, L., 1974, ‘Atmospheric homeostasis by and for the biosphere- The Gaia hypothesis’, Tellus, 26 (1), 2–10.

Lukes, S., (1974), Power: a Radical view, London, UK: Macmillan Press.

Lynch, J. & McGoldrick, A., (2005), Peace Journalism, London, UK: Hawthorn Press.

Lynch, J., (2006) ‘What’s so great about Peace Journalism’, Global Media Journal, Mediterranean Edition, 1(1).

Lynch, J., (2007), ‘Peace Journalism and its discontents’, Conflict & Communication online, 6(2).

Lynch, J., (2007)b, ‘The Islam problem’ as represented by news journalism in two participant countries in the ‘Global War on Terrorism’ – Australia and the Philippines, paper presented at international conference, Between Islam and the United States: Europe and Asia since September 11, Melbourne, Australia: La Trobe University Centre for Dialogue.

Lynch., J., (2008), Debates in Peace Journalism, Sydney, Australia: Sydney University Press.

McGoldrick, A., (2008): ‘The effects of news media on the psyche – differential audience responses to War Journalism and Peace Journalism’, Peace and Policy special edition (in press).

Moser, S., & Dilling, L., (2004), ‘Making Climate Hot: Communicating The Urgency And Challenge Of Global Climate Change’, Environment, 26(10), 32-46, at

Moser, S.C. & Dilling, L. (eds.), (2007), Creating a climate for change: communicating climate change and facilitating social change, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Pew Research Center for the People & the Press, (23 December, 2008), Internet overtakes Newspapers as News Outlet, at

Shanahan, M., (2007), Talking about a revolution: climate change and the media, International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) Briefing, at

Scheufele, D.A., (1999), ‘Framing as a Theory of Media Effects’, Journal of Communication, 49.

Shiva, V., (2005), ‘Living Economies’ in Earth Democracy: Justice, Sustainability and Peace, Cambridge, UK: Zed Books Ltd., 13-72.

Solnit, R., (2007), Storming the gates of paradise: landscapes for politics, University of California, USA: Berkeley.

Spratt, D. & Sutton, P., (2008), Climate code red: the case for emergency action, Australia: Scribe Publications.

Spratt, D., (2008), ‘A new realism in the climate conversation’, Dissent, ACT, Australia: Dissent Publications, Summer (2008-2009), 27-32.

Spratt, D., (January 2009), ‘Degrees of Delusion’, New Internationalist, 419, at

Suzuki, D., (2007), The Sacred balance: rediscovering our place in nature, Australia: Allen & Unwin.

Suzuki, D. & Dressel, H., (2002), Good News for a change: Hope for a troubled planet, Toronto, Canada: Stoddart Publishing.

Thompson, J.B., (1995), The Media and Modernity, USA: Stanford University Press.

Warren. K., (2000), Ecofeminist philosophy: a western perspective on what it is and why it matters, Rowman & Littlefield.

World Resources Institute, (2008), World Emissions Flow Chart, at

World Values Survey, (2009), at

World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED), (1987), Report of the World Commission on Environment and Development: Our Common Future

Yencken, D. & Wilkinson, D., (2000), Resetting the Compass: Australia’s Journey towards Sustainability,Australia: CSIRO Publishing.


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