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CLIMATE CHANGE AND IDEOLOGY - Are climate change narratives affected by ideology?


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Title: CLIMATE CHANGE AND IDEOLOGY - Are climate change narratives affected by ideology?
Authors: Runge, Erik
Issue Date: 13-Oct-2021
Degree: Master theses
Keywords: Climate Change
Narratives
editorial
media
ideology
Abstract: Media's framing can arguably affect how media consumers view causes, consequences, and solutions of different social issues such as climate change. Likewise, newspaper editorials have different ideas and approaches to climate change, which may be influenced by their ideological positions. This study aims to research if climate change narratives differ between editorials with different ideological tendencies. To achieve this, three Swedish newspapers where studied: Aftonbladet (“unattache... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/69790
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