Role of News Framing in reporting environmental issues In recent times the

Role of news framing in reporting environmental

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Role of News Framing in reporting environmental issuesIn recent times the attention is more given to the climate change as a whole, rather than onlyfocusing on the global warming. Many studies suggest that media has the utmost upper hand onbuilding awareness. (2) Media news requires a frame which works as an essential idea or structure ofthe whole process. (3) According to a study, we can classify framing in to five generic types. (4)According to the case study, it covered the aspect of morality and responsibility. (1) The frames used
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in the study correspondingly addressed several important factors which helped creating a strongimpact. Drawing attention and having positive response from the politicians and other expertsindicates good framing of report. (5) However, it is not always an easy task to have everyone at the same place. In 2016, Al Jazeerabroadcasted a report on Climate change in Australia which is disregarded by the Government. (6) Weconsider the framing and the whole news structure to be resilient enough to create a strong impact.Later on, in 2018, the Australian Government announced fund raising program to protect the GreatBarrier Reef (7) List of References:1.UNDP (2007).Media Coverage of Climate Change: Current Trends, Strengths, Weaknesses. Human Development Report 2007/2008. [online] Available at: [Accessed 26 Mar. 2019].2.Schmidt, A., Ivanova, A. and Schäfer, M. (2013). Media attention for climate change around the world: A comparative analysis of newspaper coverage in 27 countries.Global Environmental Change, 23(5), pp.1233-1248.3.Pan, Z. and Kosicki, G., 1993. Framing analysis: An approach to news discourse.Political Communication, 10(1), pp.55-75.Framing analysis slide4.Scheufele, B., 2004. Framing-effects approach: A theoretical and methodological critique. Communications, 29(4), pp.401-428.5.Lakoff, G., 2010. Why it Matters How We Frame the Environment.Environmental Communication, 4(1),pp.70-81.6.Anon, 2016.Australia gets itself airbrushed from UN climate report. [online] Aljazeera.com. Available at: <-160527132643516.html> [Accessed 26 Mar. 2019]. 7.Gatenby, V., 2018.Australia pledges $400m to save Great Barrier Reef. [online] Aljazeera.com. Available at: <-reef-180429115956230.html> [Accessed 26 Mar. 2019]. New sources:The sources in the UNDP report discussed are gathered from 2 local Adelaide newspapers-the courier and the Advertiser. While another study was analysed and covered by the Sydney Morning Herald, The Telegraph and The Age from Melbourne and the courier mail from Brisbane where the political views and the expert voices are taken into account. These mainly discuss about the certain policy changes regarding the environment. The climate change in NZ due to various factors of deforestation and release of Carbon has also been placed in the media report through the voices of the experts in their local newspapers of Auckland and Christchurch. The French were more concerned with their international relations which they thought would have occurred due to the
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change in the cultural factors in the society as released in Bell. While Germany has a huge amount of
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