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Climate Change, Media & Culture: Critical Issues in Global Environmental Communication

9781787699687
Publisher: Emerald
 
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Author: Juliet Pinto/Robert E. Gutsche Jr./Paola Prado
Publication Date: 14-Oct-2019
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Number of Pages: 247

Table of Contents: Introduction. Critical Challenges in Communicating Climate Change; Juliet G. Pinto, Robert E. Gutsche, Jr., and Paola Prado 

Chapter 1. "Why is it here, of all places?": Debris cleanup, black space, and narratives of marginalized geographies in post-Irma Miami-Dade; Moses Shumow 
Chapter 2. Comparing theoretical explanations for the empirical effects of presenting climate change as a health issue on social media; Jessica Myrick 
Chapter 3. Goodbye, Miami? Reporting Climate Change as a Local Story; Susan Jacobson, Juliet Pinto, Robert E. Gutsche, Jr., and Allan Wilson  
Chapter 4. Who Matters in Climate Change Discourse in Alberta; Shelley Boulianne and Stephanie Belland 
Chapter 5. Broaching agenda for climate change in Africa: A perspective on media engagement with climatic issues in Ghana; Modestus Fosu, Timothy Quashigah, and Paulina Kuranchie 
Chapter 6. Raising Awareness on Environmental Protection Issues through Cartooning: A Semiotic Analysis of Eco-Cartoons Published in the Nigerian Media; Floribert Patrick C. Endong 
Chapter 7. Communicating about Climate Change through Art and Science; Ronald E. Rice, Stacy Rebich Hespanha, and Huiru (Jennifer) Zhu

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