This section contains recent issues of the journal Language & Ecology. Articles can be referenced as follows:
Author (date) Title. Language & Ecology. Available http://ecolinguistics-association.org/journal
The journal publishes articles on the role of language in the life-sustaining relationships of humans, other species and the physical environment. It also publishes creative works (prose, poems or artwork) which promote ecological awareness, and analyses of these works. If you would like to publish an article or creative work in the journal then please see the submissions page.
Language & Ecology 2017
Swift Acquisition/Seam/Keeper’s Fee Download
by Meryl McQueen
The Psychology of Pro-Environmental Communication: Beyond Standard Information Strategies. Christian A. Klöckner
(2015, Palgrave Macmillan)
reviewed by George M. Jacobs Download
Ecocriticism on the Edge: The Anthropocene as a Threshold Concept. Timothy Clark (2015, Bloomsbury Publishing)
reviewed by Douglas Mark Ponton Download
Language & Ecology 2016
A review of the “Tourism-Environmental Conflict Signifier” logic as constructed by the Kenyan press in coverage of environmental conflicts
by Lucy Atieno and Joseph Njoroge Download
Ecolinguistics in an International Context: an Interview with Arran Stibbe
by Guowen Huang Download
The presentation of animals in English as an additional language coursebooks
by George M. Jacobs, Teh Jiexin and Michael J. Joyce Download
Paradise in progress? Narratives of place in Monteverde, Costa Rica
by Allison Bender Download
Representations of climate change in documentary television: integrating an ecolinguistic and ecosemiotic perspective into a multimodal critical discourse analysis
by Andrea Sabine Sedlaczek Download
Ecolyrics in pop music: a review of two nature songs
by Amir Ghorbanpour Download
An ecolinguistic study of media depictions of oil spillage in Ogoniland.
by Matthew Abua Ebim Download
Siracusa: Italy’s smartest city? Re-branding issues from a critical ecolinguistic perspective.
by Douglas Mark Ponton Download
Ecolinguistic Perspectives on Our Surroundings
by Katarina Ghdaye et al Download
”The Colorado Beetle’s Attack” Or: the potato bug in the Cold War propaganda service in Poland.
by Magdalena Steciąg and Sylwia Wodzińska Download
Sumbul (Bombax ceiba)
by Ayesha Fatima Download
Ecopoetry: Ode to the Firefly
by Keith Moser Download
Dreams of the Tropics: a collection of ecopoems
by Karim S. Lachheb Download
by Mary McGinnis Download
Review of Ecolinguistics: language, ecology and the stories we live by.
by George Jacobs Download
An eco-discourse analyst and his stories: an ecolinguist’s duet reviewed.
by Zhou Wenjuan Download
Review of What a Fish Knows: The Inner Lives of Our Underwater Cousins by Jonathan Balcombe
by George M Jacobs Download
Language & Ecology 2015
Ecometaphor: the effect of ecology and environment on shaping anger metaphors in different cultures
by Mahnaz Talebi-Dastenaei Download
Nonhuman Animal Legislation and Speciesist Discourse. Argentina's Pet Responsibility Act: Anti-cruelty Law or Death Row Pardon?
by Diego L. Forte Download
Hermeneutic phenomenology as a basis for ecological Critical Discourse Analysis.
by Craig Frayne Download
Ecolinguistics in Nigerian environmental communication: linking print media reports with daily press review broadcasts.
by Akintoye Samson Japhet. Download
Language and environmental consciousness of society: The situation in Russia
by Olga Khryapchenkova Fischer. Download
An ecolinguistic, scientific, and Serresian interpretation of communication: the importance of (re)-conceptualizing language from a more ecocentric perspective.
by Keith Moser, Mississippi State University. Download
The Natural Choice? Metaphors for nature in a UK Government white paper.
by Douglas Ponton, University of Catania. Download
Artwork: Ecological Art by K.S. Lachheb Download
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