Seabrook, Jeremy
November 2001
Ecologist;Nov2001, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p42
Discusses the use of language and ideology by multinational companies as means of enhancing their cause for globalization. Changes undertaken in the emergence of ecological movements; Virtues adopted by corporate institutions; Promotion of an illusory commitment to reform.


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