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Climate Change Journalism
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Journalism, Stakeholders and Climate Change recognises journalism institutions as a site where acts of news-making construct and assemble the raw materials into stories. Significant to this moment of story production and of interest to the book however, is the bustle and noise of many who seek to politicize the climate change issue and other audiences who then act to understand and remediate it, all of whom exist outside of news institutions. This book maps the meanings of climate change and the journalistic activities that inform them over time, exploring the wider context of international coverage, online communication and media audiences. Drawing on interview material and the analysis of news and traditional media content, Matthews focuses specifically on: The activities of various stakeholders in the debate - the issues pursued and speaking opportunities they gain in the news media; The ecologies of news journalism and news practices that shape reporting; The role of news consumers of both journalistic and stakeholder commentary. ã This book reveals that the meaning of climate change (including the legitimacy it accrues over time) can be seen as partially secured at significant moments in the process but also as perpetually fluid - whether in elite discussion, the moment of the news story or in the reading and conversations that the news inspires. It will be of great interest to students and scholars of climate change and environmental media and communication.
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Introduction: Journalism, Stakeholders and Climate Change 2. Mediation - Politicization, Risk and Legitimacy 3. Politics - International Treaties and Traction 4. Business - Carbon Markets and Alternative Energy 5. Science - Certainties, Sceptics and Scandal 6. Lobbying - Industry Greenwash, Celebrities and the Environmental Movement 7. International News - Mediated National Priorities 8. New Media Ecologies - Climate in the Blogosphere 9. Everyday News Consumers - Taking a Front Seat on History? 10. Conclusion

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