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I see what you mean : visual and participatory climate change communication
Contributor:Mullen, Karina C.
Empowering people to think critically and engage with climate change is a challenging goal: forcing science and facts on people is not enough to change values that support more sustainable behaviors (Kubeck, 2011; Maibach, ...
A mosaic of understanding : fusing perspectives to legitimize non-technical ways of knowing climate change
Contributor:Drake, Erin Marie
The impacts and implications of climate change are as diverse as the global community faced with addressing this social-ecological issue. Expert-driven communication strategies that emphasize an abundance of scientific ...
The effect of message framing on environmental behavior
Contributor:Ford, David K.
More and more, traditional research methodologies face limitations of increased non-response rates and lack of participation by a diversity of survey respondents. The influence of normative messages has also been examined, ...
Communicating climate change through place based engagement : methods, research, and applications to parks and protected area visitors
Contributor:Davis, Shawn Kyle
This research explored the connections between place attachment and resident perceptions of tourism. Aspects of place attachment such as place identity and place dependence were tested against tourism dependence for strength ...