Items where Author is "Poberezhskaya, M"

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Journal article

POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2017. Blogging about climate change in Russia: activism, scepticism and conspiracies. Environmental Communication. ISSN 1752-4032

BOUSSALIS, C., COAN, T.G. and POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2016. Measuring and modeling Russian newspaper coverage of climate change. Global Environmental Change, 41, pp. 99-110. ISSN 0959-3780

KHRUSHCHEVA, O. and POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2016. The Arctic in the political discourse of Russian leaders: the national pride and economic ambitions. East European Politics, 32 (4), pp. 547-566. ISSN 2159-9165

POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2015. Media coverage of climate change in Russia: governmental bias and climate silence. Public Understanding of Science, 24 (1), pp. 96-111. ISSN 0963-6625

POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2014. Reflections on climate change and new media in Russia: challenges and opportunities and new media. Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media (11), pp. 37-50. ISSN 2043-7633

Authored book

POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2016. Communicating climate change in Russia: state and propaganda. Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9781138832275

Chapter in book

POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2018. Remembering and securitizing climate change in Russian and British media. In: V. STRUKOV and V. APRYSHСHЕNKO, eds., Memory and securitization in contemporary Europe. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781349952687

POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2018. Traditional media and climate change in Russia: a case study of Izvestiia. In: M. POBEREZHSKAYA and T. ASHE, eds., Climate change discourse in Russia: past and present. Routledge focus on environment and sustainability . Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9781138493209

POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2017. The European Union's influence over media discourse on renewable energy sources in Russia. In: T. HASHIMOTO and M. RHIMES, eds., Reviewing European Union accession: unexpected results, spillover effects, and externalities. Law in Eastern Europe, 67 . Leiden: Brill Nijhoff. ISBN 9789004316478

Conference contribution

ECKERSLEY, P., HARRISON, O. and POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2019. Understanding urban governance through air pollution policy instruments. In: European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) General Conference 2019, University of Wroclaw, Wroclaw, Poland, 4-7 September 2019.

KHRUSHCHEVA, O. and POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2014. The 'Great Russian Arctic Game' in the political discourse of Russian leaders. In: 55th ISA Annual Convention, Toronto, Canada, 26-29 March 2014, Toronto, Canada.

POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2014. The role of news agencies in the securitization of climate change (Russia and the UK). In: Memory and Security(zation) in Contemporary Europe Workshop, Rostov-na-Donu, Russia, 26-27 June 2014, Rostov-na-Donu, Russia.

Edited book

POBEREZHSKAYA, M. and ASHE, T., 2018. Climate change discourse in Russia: past and present. Routledge focus on environment and sustainability . Abingdon: Routledge. ISBN 9781138493209

Research report for external body

O'HARA, S., HUMPHREY, M., JASPAL, R., NERLICH, B. and POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2013. Public perception of shale gas extraction in the UK: how people's views are changing. Nottiingham: University of Nottingham.

O'HARA, S., HUMPHREY, M., JASPAL, R., NERLICH, B. and POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2012. Shale gas extraction in the UK: what the people think. University of Nottingham.

Review

POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2012. Red to green: environmental activism in post-Soviet Russia - by Laura A. Henry [book review]. Political Studies Review, 10 (3), pp. 454-455. ISSN 1478-9302

Thesis

POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2013. Contemporary mass media and the communication of anthropogenic climate change in the Russian Federation. PhD, Nottingham Trent University.

Website content

POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2014. The climate, 'pirates' and Russia's international image. Nottingham: University of Nottingham, School of Politics and International Relations.

O'HARA, S., HUMPHREY, M. and POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2012. Shale gas and fracking in the UK: what do the people think? Nottingham: University of Nottingham, School of Politics and International Relations.

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