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Impacts of climate change communication on attitudes and behaviour

06 September 2019

Concerned about climate change or think it's a lot of hot air? This study aims to investigate immediate and delayed impacts of climate change communication; documentary, podcast or online article on attitudes and behaviours related to climate change. Ecological beliefs, age, family size, diet and environmental group membership will also be considered as possible factors contributing to climate change attitudes and behaviour.

Requirements

  • Aged 18 years or above

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Ethical approval

The study has received ethical approval from the School Research Ethics Panel (SREP) under the terms of Anglia Ruskin University's Research Ethics Policy (dated 1 May 2019, Version 1.10).

About the researcher

Rachel Evans BSc
- Received a 2:1 with Honours in Psychology (accredited by the British Psychological Society) from the University of Central Lancashire in 2013.
- Currently studying MSc Applied Wildlife Conservation at Anglia Ruskin University

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