Source strategies and the mediatization of climate change

  title={Source strategies and the mediatization of climate change},
  author={Marc Mormont and Christine Dasnoy},
  journal={Media, Culture \& Society},
  pages={49 - 64}
A travers l'exemple du changement climatique, pris comme domaine scientifique specialise, les AA. s'interrogent sur la mediatisation de sujets scientifiques en examinant la relation qui se cree entre les journalistes, agents mediateurs de l'information vers l'opinion publique, et les deux principales sources d'information, a savoir les scientifiques et experts d'une part, et les associations ecologistes d'autre part. Sous quelles conditions les medias revelent-ils un probleme particulier et le… 
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