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Published: 15 March 2018

2424 Pages

7 x 10 inches

ISBN: 9780190498986

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Climate Change Communication

3-volume set

Editor-in-chief: Matthew C. Nisbet, Editorial board member: Mike S. Schäfer, Ezra Markowitz, Jagadish Thaker, Shirley S. Ho, and Saffron O'Neill

  • State of the art synthesis and review of research across a comprehensive set of topics related to climate change communication, a rapidly growing interdisciplinary and international field that bridges research and practice.
  • Contributors from more than 20 countries and more than a dozen disciplines including communication, social psychology, information sciences, decision sciences, sociology, political science, public policy, science education, journalism studies, geography, environmental studies, and science studies.
  • As scientists and the civil society sector increasingly look to insights from the social sciences on how to more effectively engage the public and policymakers on climate change, The Oxford Encyclopedia of Climate Change Communication features an unprecedented network of contributors who have authored articles unmatched in terms of their comprehensive coverage, international scope, scholarly depth, and applications to professional practice.
  • All of the articles appear online as part of the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science.

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