(SHER) Refereed Paper Research Session: Climate Communication

Date & Time

Aug 10th at 3:15 PM until 4:45 PM

Track

Communicating Science, Health, Environment, Risk 

Location

Rating ( votes)

Moderating/Presiding: Susanna Priest, Independent Scholar; editor, Science Communication

Media Coverage, Environmental Conditions, and Climate Change Policy: An Examination of Their Effect on Awareness of Consequences
Bruno Takahashi, Michigan State
and Edson Tandoc, Nanyang Technological University
Understanding the Effects of Emphasis Frames on Public Engagement with Climate Change: Evidence from a Meta-Analysis
Nan Li, Texas Tech and Leona Yi-Fan Su, Utah
Analysis of Climate Change Evidence Presentations and Information Formats*
Jacob Copple, Texas
Cultural Worldviews and Media Polarization in the Climate Change Debate
Todd Newman, Connecticut, Matt Nisbet, Northeastern and Erik Nisbet, Ohio State
Internet-Mediated Climate Advocacy: History, Convergence, and Future Outlook
Luis Hestres, Texas at San Antonio, and Jill Hopke, DePaul

* Fourth Place Student Paper