Transboundary Air Pollution in South Korea: An Analysis of Media Frames and Public Attitudes and Behavior

@article{Shapiro2018TransboundaryAP,
  title={Transboundary Air Pollution in South Korea: An Analysis of Media Frames and Public Attitudes and Behavior},
  author={Matthew A. Shapiro and Toby Bolsen},
  journal={East Asian Community Review},
  year={2018},
  volume={1},
  pages={107-126}
}
The lack of a coherent policy to address seasonal air pollution in Northeast Asia is partly due to the complexity of the issue—that it is both domestic and transboundary in nature—and partly due to media frames that emerge in response to seasonal fluctuations. To provide a better understanding of these factors as well as their potential impact on public opinion and behavior, this paper claims that the varying narratives conveyed in the Korean media have an impact on and provide a basis for… 

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