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Comparative Analysis on the Approaches of China and the United States in Addressing Public Opinion Issues in Climate Justice A Term Paper Presented to [Insert name of Professor] In partial fulfillment of the course [Insert Course Code] [Insert Course Descriptive Title] Darnelle P. Moscoso March 2018
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Abstract This paper aims to produce a comparative analysis on the approaches of China and the United States in addressing public opinion issues in Climate Justice. This paper shall employ collective/multiple case study for it provides an in-depth analysis of the political-economic processes. It does not aim to analyze cases alone, but to define it and explore setting in order to understand it (Cousin, 2005). The researcher shall retrieve data for the two (2) countries under study. The data retrieved shall be specifically taken from periods 2012 to 2017. This length of time would help in the consolidation of realities that existed prior to the 2015 Paris Agreement and how public opinion may have helped fashion and/or influence decision-making. The comparative analysis on the approaches of the aforementioned countries in addressing public issues concerns in climate justice shall be made by making use of priori themes and identifying emerging key issues, concepts and themes that have been expressed in the gathered data, which shall form the basis of a thematic framework that can be used to filter and classify the data further. Keywords: Climate change, climate justice, public opinion, 2015 Paris Agreement, climate policies
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Chapter I Introduction to the Study This chapter consists of eight (8) parts namely; (1) Background of the Study; (2) Epistemology; (3) Theoretical Framework; (4) Statement of the Problem; (5) Significance of the Study; (6) Definition of Terms; (7) Subjectivity Statement; (8) Scope of Delimitation of the Study. Part one, Background of the Study, presents the overview of the subject and the essential reasons for choosing this study. Part two, Epistemology, provides a philosophical construct that would underlie the subject under research. Part three, Theoretical Framework, discusses the theory in line with the study and how this theory will help in explication of the findings. Part four, Statement of the Problem, gives the specific questions that the study aims to answer. Part five, Significance of the Study, enumerates the gains and/or benefits and the persons or groups that will benefit from the results of the study. Part six, Definition of Terms, shows the meaning of terms that will be used in the study. Part seven, Subjectivity Statement, states the opinion of the researchers and his relation to the research topic. Part eight, Scope and Delimitation of the Study, details the areas and/or issues that would fall within the ambit of the study and the parameters that will guide data gathering.
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