Broadening understanding of environmental communication through transdisciplinary narratives on climate change - a creative & critical exploration (2017, 2019)

Penrhyn Jones, S (2020) Broadening understanding of environmental communication through transdisciplinary narratives on climate change - a creative & critical exploration (2017, 2019).

Official URL: https://doi.org/10.17870/bathspa.12815885.v1

Abstract

This body of research contributes to the field of environmental communication, by expanding upon the more traditional notion of one-way 'messaging'. Rather, by integrating theory and practice, environmental communication is posited as developing a community’s own ecological storytelling capacity, and enhancing local capacity to identify and address environmental problems. The work draws from concepts in many fields including media communication, and the environmental humanities, but is grounded in creative practice as research. This item contains the research outputs and supportive evidence documentation for a Type T output, created for submission to REF2021. The article, A crisis discipline: broadening understanding of environmental communication through theory and practice, originally appeared in the The International Journal of Creative Media Research, and can be additionally accessed at the link provided on the record. The film TIMELINE is published on the peer-reviewed site, SCREENWORKS: TIMELINE - Screenworks where the research statement and judges' comments are also included.

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Date Deposited: 18 Dec 2020 16:16
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