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Climate Engineering as an Instance of Politicization

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Beschreibung

This book examines the academic discussion on climate engineering as an instance of politicization - as a subject of deliberation and decision-making. It traces legitimizing and delegitimizing frames applied to discuss both Carbon Dioxide Removal and Solar Radiation Management approaches in academic publications, and their implications for political decision-making. Moreover, it offers insights into how academic discourse on climate technology can influence political decision-making - especially at a technological stage where a socio-technical system with a high degree of inertia does not (yet) exist. The high degree of diversity of frames in the academic discussion is understood as an opportunity for deliberate decision-making concerning the future roles of these approaches in global climate policy. This book demonstrates how insights from science and technology studies can be operationalized in empirical political analysis. It appeals to scholars in both political science and environmental science who are interested in climate change policy-making and the science-policy nexus.



Judith Kreuter is interested in the interrelation of societal, political and technological aspects of change processes. Nuclear energy technology, the transition to renewable energy technologies and processes of digitalization are foci of her research and teaching activities. She studied political science, philosophy and international relations at the Universities of Heidelberg, Frankfurt/Main and Darmstadt (Germany) as well as the Institut des Sciences Politiques in Lille (France). During her research, she visited the Universities of Harvard, Oxford, Klagenfurt and Munich, among others.



Autorentext

Judith Kreuter is interested in the interrelation of societal, political and technological aspects of change processes. Nuclear energy technology, the transition to renewable energy technologies and processes of digitalization are foci of her research and teaching activities. She studied political science, philosophy and international relations at the Universities of Heidelberg, Frankfurt/Main and Darmstadt (Germany) as well as the Institut des Sciences Politiques in Lille (France). During her research, she visited the Universities of Harvard, Oxford, Klagenfurt and Munich, among others.



Klappentext
This book examines the academic discussion on climate engineering as an instance of politicization as a subject of deliberation and decision-making. It traces legitimizing and delegitimizing frames applied to discuss both Carbon Dioxide Removal and Solar Radiation Management approaches in academic publications, and their implications for political decision-making. Moreover, it offers insights into how academic discourse on climate technology can influence political decision-making especially at a technological stage where a socio-technical system with a high degree of inertia does not (yet) exist. The high degree of diversity of frames in the academic discussion is understood as an opportunity for deliberate decision-making concerning the future roles of these approaches in global climate policy. This book demonstrates how insights from science and technology studies can be operationalized in empirical political analysis. It appeals to scholars in both political science and environmental science who are interested in climate change policy-making and the sciencepolicy nexus.



Inhalt
Talking tomorrow's technology, framing political choice?.- An idea and more than an idea: Climate Engineering in research and decision-making.- deas and objects, meaning and causation Frame analysis from a modernist social constructivism perspective.- The early discussion of nuclear weapons technology in the 1930s and 1940s Illustrating the theoretical construct.- The Tools for empirical analysis The method of qualitative content analysis.- The academic framing of Climate Engineering A diverse field presenting interesting landmarks.-Climate Engineering as an instance of politicization A diversity of frames in the academic discussion.- Literature.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Climate Engineering as an Instance of Politicization
Untertitel: Talking Tomorrow's Technology-Framing Political Choice?
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EAN: 9783030603403
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer-Verlag
Genre: Vergleichende und internationale Politikwissenschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 264
Veröffentlichung: 01.12.2020
Dateigrösse: 4.8 MB

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