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INTRODUCTION: JOURNALISM FOR CLIMATE CRISIS

Robert A. Hackett, Susan Forde, Shane Gunster, Kerrie Foxwell-Norton

1 DEMOCRACY, CLIMATE CRISIS AND JOURNALISM: NORMATIVE TOUCHSTONES

Robert A. Hackett

2 ENGAGING CLIMATE COMMUNICATION: AUDIENCES, FRAMES, VALUES AND NORMS

Shane Gunster

3 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTEST, POLITICS AND MEDIA INTERACTIONS: AN OVERVIEW

Susan Forde

4 FROM FRAMES TO PARADIGMS: CIVIC JOURNALISM, PEACE JOURNALISM AND ALTERNATIVE MEDIA

Robert A. Hackett

5 CONTESTING CONFLICT? EFFICACY, ADVOCACY AND ALTERNATIVE MEDIA IN BRITISH COLUMBIA

Shane Gunster

6 AUSTRALIAN INDEPENDENT NEWS MEDIA AND CLIMATE CHANGE REPORTING: THE CASE OF COP21

Kerrie Foxwell-Norton

7 ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO ENVIRONMENT COVERAGE IN THE DIGITAL ERA: THE GUARDIAN'S `KEEP IT IN THE GROUND' CAMPAIGN

Susan Forde

CONCLUSION: MEDIA REFORM FOR CLIMATE ACTION

Robert A. Hackett

About the Author

Robert A. Hackett is Professor of Communication at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver and a co-founder of NewsWatch Canada, Media Democracy Days and OpenMedia.ca. His research interests include media democratization; critical news analysis; and social movements, peace and media. Recent collaborative books include Expanding Peace Journalism and Remaking Media. Susan Forde is Director of the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research and Associate Professor of Journalism at Griffith University, Australia. Books include Challenging the News and Developing Dialogues (with Meadows and Foxwell). Until 2002 she was a journalist in the alternative, independent and Indigenous media, including editing the Indigenous newspaper Land Rights Queensland. Shane Gunster is Associate Professor in the School of Communication at Simon Fraser University and a research associate with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. His teaching and research interests focus upon news media coverage, advocacy and engagement around the politics of energy and climate change. Kerrie Foxwell-Norton is Senior Lecturer in Journalism and Media Studies at Griffith University, Australia. Her research investigates the role of local media and communities in addressing global environmental issues, and her key interest is in the intersections between media, policy and the environment. She is the co-author of Developing Dialogues (with Forde and Meadows).

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`A richly perceptive, rigorously informed engagement with pressing challenges journalism faces when reporting climate change issues. This book recasts current debates from critical vantage points, successfully interweaving theory-building with empirical case studies to inspire fresh analytical perspectives - informed by strategic priorities - to open-up alternative ways forward. Highly recommended.' Stuart Allan, Professor and Head of the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff University, UK

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