Amanda L. Molder
Amanda L. Molder
Other namesAmanda Martinek
PhD Candidate, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Life Sciences Communication
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Framing the global youth climate movement: a qualitative content analysis of Greta Thunberg’s moral, hopeful, and motivational framing on instagram
AL Molder, A Lakind, ZE Clemmons, K Chen
The International Journal of Press/Politics 27 (3), 668-695, 2022
How climate movement actors and news media frame climate change and strike: Evidence from analyzing twitter and news media discourse from 2018 to 2021
K Chen, AL Molder, Z Duan, S Boulianne, C Eckart, P Mallari, D Yang
The International Journal of Press/Politics 28 (2), 384-413, 2023
Can scientists use simple infographics to convince? Effects of the “flatten the curve” charts on perceptions of and behavioral intentions toward social distancing measuresá…
N Li, AL Molder
Public Understanding of Science 30 (7), 898-912, 2021
What do extreme weather events say about climate change? Comparing politicization and climate policy in US wildfire and hurricane news coverage
AL Molder, MN Calice
Environmental Communication 17 (4), 370-385, 2023
Visual representations of SARS‐CoV‐2, emotions, and risk perception of COVID‐19
N Li, AL Molder, S Yang
Health Science Reports 5 (1), e496, 2022
Encouraging Respectful Wildlife Viewing Among Tourists: Roles for Social Marketing, Regulatory Information, Symbolic Barriers, and Enforcement
KM Abrams, AL Molder, P Nankey, K Leong
Social Marketing Quarterly 29 (1), 67-86, 2023
Uncovering how Black and Latinx Communities perceive environmental justice: Integrating a public deliberation quasi-experiment and computational methods
K Chen, II Villanueva, AL Molder
Public Relations Review 50 (2), 102436, 2024
The Impact of Public Deliberation and Identity-Based Storytelling on Civic Empowerment among Latinx Communities on Environmental Issues
AL Molder, II Villanueva, K Chen
Environmental Communication, 1-18, 2024
Predictors of Youth Climate Collective Action: Extending the Theory of Planned Behavior Framework to Examine Identity and Communication
AL Martinek
Colorado State University, 2020
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