Environmental Politics (tagged articles)
Covering Climate Change: A Sentiment Analysis of Major Newspaper Articles from 2010 - 2020
Amy M. Patronella - This research lies at the nexus of political communication theory relating to emotional affect and political processing and the burgeoning field of sentiment analysis. News coverage can affect opinion both through the information it provides and the emotional reaction... Keep Reading »
Problems and Solutions in Factory Farming: The Role of Institutions, Capital, and Rhetoric
Cael Jones - This paper examines the intricacies of factory farming by analyzing its social, political, economic, and environmental impacts in an age of capitalist consumption. Factory farming has become a pervasive institution with which most Americans engage on a daily basis... Keep Reading »
Narratives, Binaries, and Framing in the Cultural Contest Over Climate Change
Scott B. Remer - Climate change is already altering our biosphere and is projected to bring about monumental changes to our planet’s environment, changes which are unprecedented in human history. Numerous social groups have drawn upon a wide assortment of cultural constructs... Keep Reading »
Photo: Bernard Sprag
Responding to Environmental Challenges in Alberta
Peter Brown - Climate change and the myriad of challenges that come with it are a reality the entire world must face. However, for Canadian province, Alberta, the stakes are especially high. Oil and gas mining made up 18.3% of Alberta's GDP in 2015 and therefore plays a significant... Keep Reading »
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Environmental Problems and American Politics: Why is Protecting the Environment so Difficult?
Dustin R. Turin - Environmental concerns have been of increasing salience to Americans since the 1960s, when Rachel Carson published Silent Spring and spurred public anxiety over the use of the widely utilized pesticide DDT. The impact of Carson’s work was hugely important, both... Keep Reading »
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