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I'm interested in supervising projects in areas related to popular culture and the 'natural environment' - in any of the myriad ways that popular culture and the 'natural environment' are manifest.
Ph.D. Communication, Cornell University
M.E.S. Environmental Studies, York University
B.A. International Relations, University of British Columbia
My research interests sit at the intersection of the mass media, materialism and our relationship with the natural environment. My current work includes a book proposal about electronic waste (and an online media/economic literacy toolkit that will help people explore how the issue of electronic waste has been avoided); a book chapter about how we learn about the environment from television; a journal article about “ethical oil"; research on how advertisers/marketers and environmental activists are using new information/communication technologies.
Communication Research Methods
Popular Culture and the Environment
Social Justice and the Environment
Good, J. (2013). Television and the Earth: Not a Love Story. Halifax, NS: Fernwood Publishing.
Good, J. (2009). The cultivation, mainstreaming and cognitive processing of environmentalists watching television. Environmental Communication: The Journal of Nature and Culture, 3(3), 279-297.
Good, J. (2008). The framing of climate change in Canadian, American and international newspapers: A media propaganda model approach. Canadian Journal of Communication, 33(2).
Good, J. (2008). The cultivation, mainstreaming and cognitive processing of environmentalists watching television. Environmental Communication: The journal of Nature and Culture.
Good, J. (2006). Shop ‘til we drop?: Television, materialism and attitudes about the natural environment. Mass Communication and Society, 10( 3), 365-383.
Good, J. (2005). Internet use and environmental attitudes: A social capital approach. Environmental Communication Yearbook Volume III, 211-233.