Dr Chloe Lucas Seminar - Audio Only
From Jack Kirne
Cultural narratives about human relationships with nature, scientific rationality, and self-in-the-world are central to people's understanding of climate change. Drawing on multiple interviews with people who are unconcerned about climate change, I will discuss how these grouped cultural narratives can inform us about climate change discourse. Placing narratives of unconcern in the context of narratives of concern, I examine what they tell us about processes of climate change communication, and at a broader scale, about the experience of living in late modernity.
Recorded on 25 February 2021.