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Bruno Takahashi
Bruno Takahashi
Associate Professor of Journalism, Michigan State University
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Communicating on Twitter during a disaster: An analysis of tweets during Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines
B Takahashi, EC Tandoc Jr, C Carmichael
Computers in human behavior 50, 392-398, 2015
3972015
Framing and sources: A study of mass media coverage of climate change in Peru during the V ALCUE
B Takahashi
Public Understanding of Science 20 (4), 543-557, 2011
1502011
Climate change in Peruvian newspapers: The role of foreign voices in a context of vulnerability
B Takahashi, M Meisner
Public understanding of science 22 (4), 427-442, 2013
1262013
Sustainability behaviors among college students: An application of the VBN theory
CT Whitley, B Takahashi, A Zwickle, JC Besley, AP Lertpratchya
Environmental education research 24 (2), 245-262, 2018
1232018
Media sources, credibility, and perceptions of science: Learning about how people learn about science
B Takahashi, EC Tandoc Jr
Public Understanding of Science 25 (6), 674-690, 2016
1062016
Predictors of pro-environmental behavior in rural American communities
B Takahashi, T Selfa
Environment and Behavior 47 (8), 856-876, 2015
882015
Log in if you survived: Collective coping on social media in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines
EC Tandoc Jr, B Takahashi
New Media & Society 19 (11), 1778-1793, 2017
732017
Climate change perceptions of NY state farmers: the role of risk perceptions and adaptive capacity
B Takahashi, M Burnham, C Terracina-Hartman, AR Sopchak, T Selfa
Environmental management 58 (6), 946-957, 2016
682016
Playing a crusader role or just playing by the rules? Role conceptions and role inconsistencies among environmental journalists
EC Tandoc Jr, B Takahashi
Journalism 15 (7), 889-907, 2014
672014
Social marketing for the environment: An assessment of theory and practice
B Takahashi
Applied Environmental Education and Communication 8 (2), 135-145, 2009
552009
The two-way flow of news: A comparative study of American and Chinese newspaper coverage of Beijing’s air pollution
R Duan, B Takahashi
International Communication Gazette 79 (1), 83-107, 2017
542017
The nature of Time: How the covers of the world's most widely read weekly news magazine visualize environmental affairs
MS Meisner, B Takahashi
Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture 7 (2), 255-276, 2013
512013
Showing they care (or don’t): Affective publics and ambivalent climate activism on TikTok
S Hautea, P Parks, B Takahashi, J Zeng
Social Media+ Society 7 (2), 20563051211012344, 2021
402021
Journalists are humans, too: A phenomenology of covering the strongest storm on earth
EC Tandoc Jr, B Takahashi
Journalism 19 (7), 917-933, 2018
402018
Environmental discourses and discourse coalitions in the reconfiguration of Peru's environmental governance
B Takahashi, M Meisner
Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture 6 (3), 346-364, 2012
372012
Climate and Sustainability| The Roles of Social Media in Promoting Sustainability in Higher Education
S Carpenter, B Takahashi, C Cunningham, AP Lertpratchya
International Journal of Communication 10, 19, 2016
332016
A construal-level perspective of climate change images in US newspapers
R Duan, A Zwickle, B Takahashi
Climatic Change 142 (3), 345-360, 2017
302017
Revisiting environmental citizenship: The role of information capital and media use
B Takahashi, EC Tandoc Jr, R Duan, A Van Witsen
Environment and Behavior 49 (2), 111-135, 2017
302017
Exploring the use of online platforms for climate change policy and public engagement by NGOs in Latin America
B Takahashi, G Edwards, JT Roberts, R Duan
Environmental Communication 9 (2), 228-247, 2015
272015
When everything else fails: Radio journalism during hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico
Y Nieves-Pizarro, B Takahashi, M Chavez
Journalism Practice 13 (7), 799-816, 2019
222019
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