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“Global Warming” versus “Climate Change” and the Influence of Labeling on Public Perceptions  

Jonathon P. Schuldt

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Sep 2016
Communicating about climate change involves more than choices about which content to convey and how to convey it. It also involves a choice about how to label the issue itself, given the ... More

Guilt and Shame in U.S. Climate Change Communication  

Jennifer Jacquet

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Apr 2017
Some of the major misconceptions in the United States about climate change—such as the focus on scientific uncertainty, the “debate” over whether climate change is caused by humans, and ... More

How Public Relations and Advertising Have Shaped Public Debate Over Climate Change  

Lee Ahern

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

Ideology in Climate Change Communication  

Pieter Maeseele and Yves Pepermans

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Apr 2017
The idea of climate change inspires and reinforces disagreements at all levels of society. Climate change’s integration into public life suggests that there is no evident way of framing ... More

Impact of Journalistic Background, Professional Norms, and Culture on Climate Change Coverage  

Sven Engesser

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Apr 2017
Among the factors that influence news decisions relative to climate change, journalistic background, professional norms, and culture are particularly important. There is empirical evidence ... More

Influence of Labeling and Incivility on Climate Change Communication  

Candice Howarth and Amelia Sharman

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Feb 2017
Labels play an important role in opinion formation, helping to actively construct perceptions and reality, and to place individuals into context with others. As a highly complex issue, ... More

The Information Deficit Model and Climate Change Communication  

Brianne Suldovsky

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Sep 2017
Many publics remain divided about the existence and consequences of anthropogenic climate change despite scientific consensus. A popular approach to climate change communication, and ... More

Internet-Enabled Activism and Climate Change  

Luis E. Hestres and Jill E. Hopke

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Sep 2017
The past two decades have transformed how interest groups, social movement organizations, and individuals engage in collective action. Meanwhile, the climate change advocacy landscape, ... More

Journalistic Depictions of Uncertainty about Climate Change  

James Painter

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Nov 2016
Media research has historically concentrated on the many uncertainties in climate science either as a dominant discourse in media treatments measured by various forms of quantitative and ... More

Likely Effects of Rapid Climate Change on Violence and Conflict  

Courtney Plante, Johnie J. Allen, and Craig A. Anderson

Given the dire nature of many researchers’ predictions about the effects of global climate change (e.g., rising sea levels, droughts, more extreme weather), it comes as little surprise ... More