Journal Of Climatic Change Paper Gives Writing Points to Mainstream Media for Emotional Control of Uneducated Mass Population
One of my favourite fairy tales is Henny Penny
I truly hope that the mass public school educated public will ignore these efforts to manipulate their emotions into accepting carbon taxes and massive energy cost increases and restrictions. This well documented program is a part of Agenda 21 the UN plan to pull mankind back to the stone age and cull the world population back by billions. These people are the corporate and financial rulers of the globe who are tearing down civilization as we know it and creating through chaos their long coveted global governance.
By P Gosselin on 4. Juli 2012
There’s a new study out titled: A public health frame arouses hopeful emotions about climate change – A Letter in the Journal Of Climatic Change. It is a rare and precious glimpse at the warmists’ future strategy.
The study’s conclusion:
Framing climate change in terms of public health and/or national security may make climate change more personally relevant and emotionally engaging to segments of the public who are currently disengaged or even dismissive of the issue.
Teresa A. Myers1 , Matthew C. Nisbet2 , Edward W. Maibach1 and Anthony A. Leiserowitz3(1) Center for Climate Change Communication, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA 22030, USA
(2) School of Communication, American University, Washington, DC 20016, USA
(3) School of Forestry, Yale University, New Haven, CT 06511, USA
Teresa A. Myers
Matthew C. Nisbet (Corresponding author)
Received: 18 January 2012 Accepted: 22 May 2012 Published online: 28 June 2012
Communication researchers and practitioners have suggested that framing climate change in terms of public health and/or national security may make climate change more personally relevant and emotionally engaging to segments of the public who are currently disengaged or even dismissive of the issue. To evaluate these assumptions, using a nationally representative online survey of U.S. residents (N = 1,127) conducted in December, 2010, we randomly assigned six previously identified audience segments on climate change to one of three experimental conditions. Subjects were asked to read uniquely framed news articles about climate change emphasizing either the risks to the environment, public health, or national security and the benefits of mitigation and adaptation-related actions. Results show that across audience segments, the public health focus was the most likely to elicit emotional reactions consistent with support for climate change mitigation and adaptation. Findings also indicated that the national security frame may possibly boomerang among audience segments already doubtful or dismissive of the issue, eliciting unintended feelings of anger. (emphasis added)
Electronic supplementary material The online version of this article (doi:10.1007/s10584-012-0513-6) contains supplementary material, which is available to authorized users.(…)