Sustainability and neoliberalisation in the political blogosphere (2012)
Type of ContentTheses / Dissertations
Thesis DisciplineMedia and Communication
Degree NameMaster of Arts
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. Social & Political Science
The following research analyses popular political blogs from the US and New Zealand, focussing on the way environmental sustainability is conceptualised and the way neoliberalism is embedded within these conceptualisations. This study follows from the recognised importance of sustainability, its tense relationship with neoliberalisation, the significance of media in communicating sustainability, and the emergence of political blogs as both purported supplement to, and contester of, mainstream media.
Keywordssustainability; neoliberalisation; political blogs; environment; media
RightsCopyright Zhou Zhou
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