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Date: 05/01/2020
  • Academic Research

A thesis submitted for a Doctor of Philosophy degree in the Department of Geography and Environmental Science, School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science at the University of Reading

This PhD research maps out a range of Emotional Methodologies (EMs) used in or by Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to acknowledge and process the emotions associated with climate change. The thesis explores the impacts of participation in EMs with regard to engaging and sustaining engagement with climate change, through investigating emotional dimensions of climate change, emotional habitus, and emotional reflexivity.

Contributor/Author: Jo Hamilton