Disciplines, Geography, and Gender in the Framing of Climate Change

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Disciplines, Geography, and Gender in the Framing of Climate Change

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/2010BAMS2973.1
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Disciplines, Geography, and Gender in the Framing of Climate Change yb Saffr ON J. O’N e ill , mike H u lm e , JOHN T u r N pe N N y , a N d Ja m e S a . S c r e e N he fr AMing of Cli MAte Ch Ange . are propagated and amplif ied by political, media, Climate change is discussed and represented— and societal circuits. Yet catastrophic framings of T or “ framed ”—in many dif ferent ways, which climate change largely ignore contributions from i n f luences bot h how t he issue is perceived a nd other types of knowledge to understanding climate what solutions may be proposed. In a 2007 Science change and its signif icance. For example, fram- paper, Nisbet and Mooney discuss the framing of ing climate change as a result of market failure controversies such as stem cell research, evolution of (as economists such as the United Kingdom’s Sir species, and global climate change. They summarize Nicholas Stern have done) leads to a narrative of the literature to define framing as a way of organiz- managerial correction by “releasing the power” of

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Aug 1, 2010

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