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Additional Readings

Beckley, T.M. and T.E. Hall (2013) A Tribute to William R. Freudenburg, Society & Natural Resources: An International Journal, 26:6, 623-624

Baek, Y.M., M. Wojcieszak, and M.X. Delli Carpini (2012) Online versus face-to-face
deliberation: Who? Why? What? With what effects?
New Media & Society, 14(3) 363–

Berglez, P. and U. Olausson (2013). The Post-political Condition of Climate Change: An Ideology Approach, Capitalism Nature Socialism, doi: 10.1080/10455752.2013.845588.

Boudet, H., C. Clarke, D. Bugden, E. Maibach, C. Roser-Renouf, and A. Leiserowitz (2014). “Fracking” controversy and communication: Using national survey data to understand public perceptions of hydraulic fracturing, Energy Policy, vol. 65, pp. 57–67.

Clements, J. M., McCright, A. M., & Xiao, C. (2013). Green Christians? An Empirical Examination of Environmental Concern Within the US General Public. Organization & Environment.

Frame, D.J. and D.A. Stone (2013) Assessment of the first consensus prediction on
climate change
, Vol. 3, April.

Geck, M., X. Weng, C. Bent, C. Okereke, T. Murray, and K. Wilson (2013) Breaking the impasse: towards a new regime for international climate governance. Climate Policy, August 25.

Graham, M., R. Schroeder, and G. Taylor (2013) Re: Search, New Media & Society, 0(0) 1–8.

Grundmann, R. and M. Scott (2012) Disputed climate science in the media: do countries matter? Public Understanding of Science DOI: 10.1177/0963662512467732.

Gupta, J. (2012) Negotiating challenges and climate change Climate Policy 12(5), 630-644.

Hmielowski, J.D., L. Feldman, T. A. Myers, A. Leiserowitz, and E. Maibach (2013) An attack on science? Media use, trust in scientists, and perceptions of global warming, Public Understanding of Science, 0(0) 1–18.

Hobson, K. and S. Niemeyer (2012) “What sceptics believe”: The effects of information and deliberation on climate change scepticism, Public Understanding of Science, 22(4) 396–412.

Howell, R.A. (2014) Investigating the Long-Term Impacts of Climate Change Communications on Individuals’ Attitudes and Behavior, Environment and Behavior, vol. 46 no. 1 70-101.

Howell, R.A. (2013) It’s not (just) ‘‘the environment, stupid!’’ Values, motivations, and routes to engagement of people adopting lower-carbon lifestyles, Global Environmental Change, 23, 281-290.

Ivanova, A., M.S. Schäfer, I. Schlichting, and A. Schmidt (2013) Is There a Medialization of Climate Science? Results From a Survey of German Climate Scientists, Science Communication XX(X) 1–28.

Jones, M.D. (2013) Cultural Characters and Climate Change: How Heroes Shape Our Perception of Climate Science, Social Science Quarterly, DOI: 10.1111/ssqu.12043.

Kahan. D. M. (2013) Ideology, motivated reasoning, and cognitive reflection. Judgment and Decision Making, Vol. 8, No. 4, 407-424.

Parmelee, J.H. (2013) The agenda-building function of political tweets, New Media Society, DOI: 10.1177/1461444813487955.

Yang Z.J. and L. Kahlor (2013) What, Me Worry? The Role of Affect in Information Seeking and Avoidance, Science Communication, 35: 189.

Young, N. (2013) Working the fringes: the role of letters to the editor in advancing non-standard media narratives about climate change, Public Understanding of Science, DOI: 10.1177/0963662511414983.