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Research Methods for Assessing Journalistic Decisions, Advocacy Strategies, and Communication Practices Related to Climate Change  

Senja Post

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Apr 2017
Research in the field of journalistic decisions, advocacy strategies, and communication practices is very heterogeneous, comprising diverse groups of actors and research questions. Not ... More

Research Methods for Assessing Online Climate Change Communication, Social Media Discussion, and Behavior  

Leona Yi-Fan Su, Heather Akin, and Dominique Brossard

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Mar 2017
In recent years, increased Internet access and new communication technologies have led to the development of online methods for gathering public opinion and behavioral data related to ... More

Resilience  

Emily Boyd

This is an advance summary of a forthcoming article in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science. Please check back later for the full article. ... More

Scientists’ Views about Public Engagement and Science Communication in the Context of Climate Change  

John Besley and Anthony Dudo

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Apr 2017
Scientists who study issues such as climate change are often called on by both their colleagues and broader society to share what they know and why it matters. Many are willing to do ... More

Social Capital and Climate Change Adaptation  

Daniel P. Aldrich, Courtney Page, and Christopher J. Paul

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Nov 2016
Anthropogenic climate change increasingly disrupts livelihoods, floods coastal urban cities and island nations, and exacerbates extreme weather events. There is near-universal consensus ... More

Social Media Use and Its Relationship to Climate Change Opinion, Knowledge, and Behavior  

Ashley A. Anderson

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Mar 2017
Early research on the relationship between social media use and its relationship to climate change opinion, knowledge, and behavior suggests several positive impacts. Social media ... More

Social Movement Participation and Climate Change  

James Goodman

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Mar 2017
Climate change is often said to herald the anthropocene, where humans become active participants in the remaking of global geology. The corollary of the wide acceptance of a geological ... More

Source Influence on Journalistic Decisions and News Coverage of Climate Change  

Alison Anderson

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Mar 2017
Across many parts of the globe the relationship between journalists and news sources has been transformed by digital technologies, increased reliance on public relations practitioners, and ... More

Strategies for Countering False Information and Beliefs about Climate Change  

R. Kelly Garrett

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Apr 2017
Misperceptions about climate change are widespread, and efforts to correct them must be grounded in an understanding of the factors, both individual and social, that contribute to them. ... More

Student Perceptions, Textbook Presentations, and Communicating about Climate Change in the U.S. Science Classroom  

K.C. Busch

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May 2017
Although future generations—starting with today’s youth—will bear the brunt of negative effects related to climate change, some research suggests that they have little concern about ... More

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