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Food Sustainability and the Media
Linking Awareness, Knowledge and Action
1st Edition - November 1, 2023
Editors: Marta Antonelli, Pierangelo Isernia
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Food Sustainability and the Media: Linking Awareness, Knowledge and Action is the first book to explore the roles that the media plays in raising awareness, spurring action, and… Read more
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Food Sustainability and the Media: Linking Awareness, Knowledge and Action is the first book to explore the roles that the media plays in raising awareness, spurring action, and increasing understanding about food security and global sustainability issues. The book addresses the means of leveraging traditional and new media to advance food and sustainability discourse by linking awareness, knowledge, and action. The book links sustainability and food security in media communication to address different topics, including the way climate change is framed by the media, key factors of success and failure in NGOs, public and corporate communication, and climate change denial.
Addresses both conceptual and theoretical issues
Presents a diversified set of methodological perspectives, theoretical backgrounds and issues
Provides a conclusion that ties the content together, exploring the role of the media and food sustainability in Europe and the U.S.
Specialists in the field of food security, sustainability and media studies and to private and public actors working in these areas. It is especially suited for adoption in both graduate and postgraduate courses on food security, sustainability, media and communication studies
Section I The role of media in addressing food security and sustainability in different cultural, social and economic contexts Section II Effects of media framing and priming on individual attitudes and corporate behaviour Section III How public and private bodies, NGOs and corporates approach media to convey message about food security and sustainability
No. of pages: 235
Published: November 1, 2023
Imprint: Academic Press
Paperback ISBN: 9780323912273
Marta Antonelli is Senior Research Associate at the Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change and Head of Research at the Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition Foundation. With a background in International Economics and a PhD in Geography, her research interests and publications lie in the field of sustainable food production and consumption, behavioural change, water management and policy. Her professional experiences include positions at City University London, the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (Eawag), the University of Venice IUAV, the University of Rome “Roma Tre”, the University of Siena, Venice International University. She is currently working as Research Manager of the EU-funded Su-Eatable Life project, aimed at promoting food behaviour change to reduce carbon and water footprints in canteens.
Affiliations and expertise
Senior Research Associate, Euro-Mediterranean Centre on Climate Change, Rome, Italy
Pierangelo Isernia is Jean Monnet professor of Culture in International Relations and of Political Science at the University of Siena, Italy. He is presently the director of the Survey Laboratory of Political and Social Analysis (LAPS). Over the last 15 years he has coordinated several European Projects under the 6th, 7th and Horizon2020 Framework. He has been advisor of the Transatlantic Trend Survey of the German Marshall Fund of the United States over the period 2002-2014. His main research interests are in the field of public opinion and foreign policy, European integration, Transatlantic relations and anti-Americanism. He has published several contributions on these topics in academic journals. He is currently working on the issues related to populism and the effects of media on political attitudes, and on the role of deliberative democracy in fostering support for European integration and political participation in European elections.
Affiliations and expertise
Department of Social, Political and Cognitive Sciences, University of Siena, Siena, Italy