Climate Change and the Media gathers contributions from a range of international scholars to explore the media's role in our understanding of climate change and our willingness to take action.
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Published inClimate Change and the Media
Pages159 - 171 (12)
CitationMAXWELL, R. and MILLER, T., 2018. The media produce climate change: Fake news, post-truth and journalistic pollution. IN: Brevini, B. and Lewis, J. (eds.) Climate Change and the Media vol 2. New York: Peter Lang, pp. 159 - 171 (12)
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Book seriesGlobal crises and the media;27