PSJ Policy Studies Journal Volume 46 Number 1 February 2018 Editorial Note Edella Schlager 4 Articles Regulatory Enforcement, Riskscapes, and Environmental Justice David M. Konisky and Christopher Reenock 7 U.S. Environmental Policy Implementation on Tribal Lands: Trust, Neglect, and Justice Manuel P. Teodoro, Mellie Haider, and David Switzer 37 Latinos and Environmental Justice: Examining the Link between Degenerative Policy, Political Representation, and Environmental Policy Implementation Jiaqi Liang 60 The Narrative Uses of Evidence Caroline Schlaufer 90 Advocacy Group Messaging on Social Media: Using the Narrative Policy Framework to Study Twitter Messages about Nuclear Energy Policy in the United States Kuhika Gupta, Joseph Ripberger, and Wesley Wehde 119 The Links Among Contested Knowledge, Beliefs, and Learning in European Climate Governance: From Consensus to Conﬂ ict in Reforming Biofuels Policy Katharina Rietig 137 When Epistemic Communities Fail: Exploring the Mechanism of Policy Inﬂ uence Olga Löblová 160 Political Commitment, Policy Ambiguity, and Corporate Environmental Practices Ning Liu, Shui-Yan Tang, Xueyong Zhan, and Carlos Wing-Hung Lo 190 An International Journal of Public Policy Policy Studies Journal Editor Edella Schlager School of Government and Public Policy, University of Arizona Managing Editor Fiorella Lopez Jimenez, School of Government and Public Policy, University
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Published: Jan 1, 2018
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