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Media and transnational climate justice : indigenous activism and climate politics / Anna Roosvall and Matthew Tegelberg

Roosvall, Anna, 1969- (författare)
Tegelberg, Matthew, (författare)
ISBN 978-1-4331-3488-3
Publicerad: New York, NY : Peter Lang, [2018]
Copyright: ©2018
Engelska xviii, 213 pages
Serie: Global crises and the media ; vol. 22
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  • Introduction : calling for climate justice! -- What is climate justice? : justice, climate and the media -- Diverging geographies : indigenous peoples, climate change and the UN COP summits -- Summit journalism, indigenous peoples and digitalization : a media ecology perspective -- Activism, agonism, agency : indigenous peoples, media witnessing and the political game of the summits -- (Dis)connections : particularism versus universalism and transnational solidarity.
  • Media and Transnational Climate Justice captures the intriguing nexus of globalization, crisis, justice, activism and news communication, at a time when radical measures are increasingly demanded to address one of the most pressing global issues: climate change. Anna Roosvall and Matthew Tegelberg take a unique approach to climate justice by focusing on transnational rather than international aspects, thereby contributing to the development of theories of justice for a global age, as well as in relation to media studies. The book specifically explores the roles, situations and activism of indigenous peoples who do not have full representation at UN climate summits despite being among those most exposed to injustices pertaining to climate change, as well as to injustices relating to politics and media coverage. This book thus scrutinizes political and ideological dimensions of the global phenomenon of climate change through interviews and observations with indigenous activists at UN climate summits, in combination with extensive empirical research conducted on legacy and social media coverage of climate change and indigenous peoples. The authors conclude by discussing transnational solidarity and suggest a solidarian mode of communication as a response to both the global crisis of climate change and the broader issues of injustice faced by indigenous peoples regarding redistribution, recognition and political representation 

Ämnesord

Indigenous peoples  -- Ecology (LCSH)
Indigenous peoples  -- Politics and government (LCSH)
Climatic changes  -- Political aspects (LCSH)
Climatic changes  -- Moral and ethical aspects (LCSH)
Environmental justice  (LCSH)
Climatic changes  -- Press coverage (LCSH)
Mass media and the environment  (LCSH)
Ursprungsbefolkningar  (sao)
Minoritetspolitik  (sao)
Miljörättvisa  (sao)
Klimatförändringar  -- politiska aspekter (sao)
Klimatförändringar  -- etik och moral (sao)
Environmental justice  (LCSH)
Minorities  -- Government policy (LCSH)
Indigenous peoples  (LCSH)

Konferensnamn

Conference of the Parties (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change)

Klassifikation

GF50 (LCC)
363.73874 (DDC)
Uhcd (kssb/8 (machine generated))
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