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Research & Publications

Charlotte has researched...

  1. How science is communicated (science communication & journalism) and put into practice (science policy & diplomacy)

  2. How polar tourism insects with environmental policy

  3. How American late-night shows practice and influence political communication

SCIENCE IN PRACTICE

POLAR

TOURISM

POLITICAL COMMUNICATION

Country Flags
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Hansen-Magnusson, H. & Gehrke, C. (2024).Re-thinking Global Governance as Fuzzy: Multi-Scalar Boundaries of Responsibility in the Arctic. Global Society.

Large Seals on Iceberg
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Gehrke, C. (2024). Governing Arctic Seals: A Longitudinal Analysis of News and Policy Discourse. Politics and Governance, vol. 12.

Polar Bears
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Compass & Map
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Gehrke, C. & Hansen-Magnusson, H. (2024). Tales from the fontier of sustainable global connectivity: A typology of Arctic tourism workers. Journal of Arctic Tourism, vol. 2, issue 1.

Cruise Ships
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Climate Protest
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Gehrke, C. (2024). The Daily Show’s Climate Change Content: Two Decades of Late-Night Science Communication. International Journal of Communication, vol. 18.

Hansen-Magnusson, H. & Gehrke, C. (2023). Navigating towards justice and sustainability? syncretic encounters and stakeholder-sourced solutions in Arctic cruise Tourism Governance. The Polar Journal, vol. 13, issue 2.

Gehrke, C. (2023). Wild polar bear conservation: A case of successful arctic science diploamcy? Marine Policy, vol. 155.

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