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Communication, Negotiation, and Influence at International Climate Change Meetings and Summits  

Hartmut Wessler, Julia Lück, and Antal Wozniak

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Apr 2017
The annual United Nations Climate Change Conferences, officially called Conferences of the Parties (COPs), are the main drivers of media attention to climate change around the world. Even ... More

Communication on Climate Change and Energy Alternatives in the United States  

Toby Bolsen and Matthew A. Shapiro

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

Content Analysis in Climate Change Communication  

Julia Metag

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Oct 2016
Content analysis is one of the most frequently used methods in climate change communication research. Studies implementing content analysis investigate how climate change is presented in ... More

Countering Climate Science Denial and Communicating Scientific Consensus  

John Cook

Scientific agreement on climate change has strengthened over the past few decades, with around 97% of publishing climate scientists agreeing that human activity is causing global warming. ... More

Defining Objectivity, False Balance, and Advocacy in News Coverage of Climate Change  

Declan Fahy

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Mar 2017
Objectivity and advocacy have been contentious topics within environmental journalism since the specialism was formed in the 1960s. Objectivity is a broad term, but has been commonly ... More

Determinants and Measurement of Climate Change Risk Perception, Worry, and Concern  

Sander van der Linden

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Mar 2017
Individuals, both within and between different countries, vary substantially in the extent to which they view climate change as a risk. What could explain such variation in climate change ... More

Discourse Analysis in Climate Change Communication  

Nelya Koteyko and Dimitrinka Atanasova

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Dec 2016
Discourse analysis is an interdisciplinary field of inquiry that has been increasingly used by climate change communication scholars since the late 1990s. In its broadest sense, discourse ... More

Documentary and Edutainment Portrayals of Climate Change and Their Societal Impacts  

Kathryn E. Cooper and Erik C. Nisbet

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Sep 2017
As climate change becomes an increasingly serious problem, mass media are tasked with educating the public. Documentary films and television shows (also called “edutainment”) have been ... More

Economic Conditions and Public Opinion on Climate Change  

Salil Benegal and Lyle Scruggs

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Nov 2016
How do economic conditions affect public opinion about climate change? Since the early days of the modern environmental movement, people have debated three main perspectives on how ... More

Economic, Technological, and Organizational Factors Influencing News Coverage of Climate Change  

Timothy A. Gibson

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Nov 2016
Over the past two decades, the global news industry has embarked upon a major project of economic, organizational, and technological restructuring. In organizational terms, successive ... More

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