Environmental communication in real social interactions: The application of general models of communication

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Radek Trnka

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Much environmental information is acquired via the media as well as via Internet. However, face-to-face social interactions play still an important role, especially in the case of promoting pro-environmental behavioral patterns. This study introduces four general communication models and analyzes them in relation to their suitability for use in environmental education. The models discussed and analyzed are: Bühler´s communication model, the Chartrand and Bargh model, Brunswik´s lens model, and the Kenny general interactional model.

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Trnka, R. (2012). Environmental communication in real social interactions: The application of general models of communication. Envigogika, 7(3). https://doi.org/10.14712/18023061.79
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Radek Trnka

Ing. Radek Trnka, Ph.D.profesní zaměření: komunikace, sociální interakce, emoční komunikace Univerzita Karlova v Praze, Fakulta humanitních studií Pražská vysoká škola psychosociálních studií

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