Climate change the issue on which Australians do not want both sides of the argument: new research

Description

Should journalists always treat an issue even-handedly? Our research reveals that when it comes to climate change, many Australians would prefer they didn’t.

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Period14 Jun 2022 → 15 Jun 2022

Media coverage

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Media coverage

  • TitleClimate change the issue on which Australians do not want both sides of the argument: new research
    Media name/outletThe Conversation - Australia
    Country/TerritoryAustralia
    Date15/06/22
    PersonsKerry Mccallum, Sora Park
  • TitleClimate change the issue on which Australians do not want both sides of the argument: new research
    Media name/outletEveningReport.nz
    Country/TerritoryNew Zealand
    Date15/06/22
    PersonsKerry Mccallum, Sora Park
  • TitleClimate change the issue on which Australians do not want both sides of the argument: new research
    Media name/outletYahoo! News Australia
    Country/TerritoryAustralia
    Date14/06/22
    PersonsKerry Mccallum, Sora Park
  • TitleClimate change the issue on which Australians do not want both sides of the argument: new research
    Media name/outletNewsBreak
    Country/TerritoryUnited States
    Date14/06/22
    PersonsKerry Mccallum, Sora Park
  • TitleClimate change the issue on which Australians do not want both sides of the argument: new research
    Media name/outletGlobal Advisors
    Country/TerritorySouth Africa
    Date14/06/22
    PersonsKerry Mccallum, Sora Park