Content and frame analysis of visual imagery in Change an image to a pdf, UK and US newspapers. Broad patterns exist in the images used to accompany climate articles. A relationship exists between newspaper ownership and climate images portrayed.
Visual frames actively shape the cultural politics of climate change. Images act to draw in audiences through vivid and emotive portrayals, and in doing so, they facilitate both cognitive and affective processing. Whilst climate imagery proliferates, media analysis of climate to date has focused almost exclusively on textual representations. Here, a two-part study was designed to explore climate change imagery in newspapers. First, a content analysis of visual images attached to online articles about climate change during 2010 from 13 US, UK and Australian newspapers, was undertaken.
Second, a frame analysis was undertaken, by examining the composition and tone of particularly salient images in their cultural and political contexts. These visual framings support particular interactions with the issue of climate change whilst marginalizing others, actively shaping the cultural politics of climate change in important ways. Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution. 2013 Published by Elsevier Ltd. I get the error message “Video not available, cannot find XYZ decompressor”!
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