4 edition of The social construction of climate change found in the catalog.
The social construction of climate change
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Mary E. Pettenger.|
|Series||Global environmental governance series|
|Contributions||Pettenger, Mary E.|
|LC Classifications||QC981.8.C5 S626 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 255 p.|
|Number of Pages||255|
4 Social construction of scientifically grounded climate change discussions Janet K. Swim1, Nathaniel Geiger1, Julie Sweetland2 and John Fraser3, 1Pennsylvania State University, - Selection from Psychology and Climate Change [Book]. It is widely accepted in the scientific community that climate change is a reality, and that changes are happening with increasing rapidity. In this second edition, leading climate researcher Barrie Pittock revisits the effects that global warming is having on our planet, in light of ever-evolving scientific research. Presenting all sides of the arguments about the science and possible 5/5(2).
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Efforts such as the Kyoto Protocol have produced intractable disputes and are deemed inadequate. This volume adopts two constructivist perspectives - norm-centred and discourse - to explore the social construction of climate change from a broad, theoretical level to.
Etudes internationales 'This book distinguishes itself from other books because it perceives climate change through the lens of constructivism It particularly sheds new light on the understanding of the discourse that surrounds climate change, from two different constructivist points of view.' International Journal of Environment and PollutionManufacturer: Routledge.
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DOI link for The Social Construction of Climate Change. The Social Construction of Climate Change book. Power, Cited by: This chapter focuses on the early framing of climate change as a political problem at the international level and the associated normative debates related to how states should respond.
It then evaluates how this process was translated into the domestic political processes of the United States, Germany, and the United by: 5. This text focuses on the processes of social construction of climate change, primarily from the late s, when climate change became an increasingly slient issue, to the present.
It. The social construction of climate change: power, knowledge, norms, discourses. Mary E Pettenger Published in in Aldershot Hampshire England Burlington VT by Ashgate. Introduction: power, knowledge and the social construction of climate change / Mary E.
Pettenger -- Norm-centered perspective -- Measuring the domestic salience of international environmental norm show more. This collection on the social construction of climate change draws on authors, largely from the field of international relations, with a range of expertise in political science, anthropology, environmental science and international studies.
There are two sections in the book. Essays in the first part adopt a ‘norm-centred perspective’ on. The book focuses on the processes of social construction of climate change, primarily from the late s when climate change became an increasingly salient issue to the present.
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Having outlined a theory of heterogeneous social construction, this article describes the scientific construction of climate change as a global-scale environmental problem caused by the universal physical properties of greenhouse gases.
Critics have noted that this reductionist formulation serves a variety of political purposes, but instrumental and interest-based critiques of the use of scientific. This is a list of climate change books that describe, as a major theme, the effects of human activity on climate change Non-fiction.
Non-fiction is an account or representation of a subject which is presented as fact. This presentation may be accurate or not; that is, it can give either a true or a false account of the subject in question. Summary: Adopts two constructivist perspectives, norm-centred and discourse, to explore social construction of climate change.
This book offers an understanding of why efforts to mitigate climate change have failed. It aims to provide academics and policy makers with an understanding of. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) secretariat has produced this book to highlight the concerns and needs of developing countries in adapting to the effects of climate change.
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