Essays about: "human-nature communication"

Found 3 essays containing the words human-nature communication.

  1. 1. Testing the (legal) waters: interpreting the political representation of a river with rights in New Zealand : “let’s talk to the river, instead of talking about the river”

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Urban and Rural Development

    Author : Wouter Blankestijn; Anna Martin; [2018]
    Keywords : earth jurisprudence; rights of nature; political representation; ecocentrism; human-nature communication; river management; indigenous justice; environmental justice; communicative ethic; thematic analysis; New Zealand;

    Abstract : In 2017, after protracted litigation between Māori iwi (tribe) and the Crown, the Whanganui River in Aotearoa/New Zealand was granted the status of a ‘legal person’. The river is described as an indivisible and living whole, so-called Te Awa Tupua. READ MORE

  2. 2. Reviewing the review process : Investigation of researchers' opinions on different methods of peer review

    University essay from

    Author : Carolin Anna Rebernig; [2018]
    Keywords : peer review; alternative peer review methods; open peer review; closed peer review; pre-publication peer review; scholarly communication; scientific publishing; qualitative content analysis;

    Abstract : Peer review is considered the gold standard of scientific publishing. Trust in the traditional system of editor – blind-reviewer – author is still high, but it’s authority is in decline and alternative methods are on the rise. READ MORE

  3. 3. “The interpretation and translation of business strategies to different levels of the organisation” Featuring Volvo Buses

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Elin Kivi; Olguta Lacatus; [2014-08-13]
    Keywords : ;

    Abstract : This is a paper aimed partly at investigating how business strategies are formed, but mostly how they are used in the every-day context in an organisation. The main focus is the perception of strategies, and how it can vary throughout the organisation and depending on the leaders that are passing it on. READ MORE