Media Representations of Climate Change: A Meta-Analysis of the Research Field

@inproceedings{Schfer2014MediaRO,
  title={Media Representations of Climate Change: A Meta-Analysis of the Research Field},
  author={Mike S. Sch{\"a}fer and Inga Schlichting},
  year={2014}
}
  • Mike S. Schäfer, Inga Schlichting
  • Published 2014
  • Sociology
  • A flurry of studies in recent years has analyzed the role of media in climate change communication. This article provides a systematic, large-scale, and up-to-date overview of the objects and characteristics of this research field through a meta-analysis. It identifies 133 relevant studies and analyzes them empirically. The results show that research activity has risen strongly over time, and that the analytical spectrum has expanded to include an increasing number of countries, more types of… CONTINUE READING

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