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Further Readings on the Value of Youth Media Production

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Bentz, J. (2020). Learning about climate change in, with and through art. Climatic Change, 162, 1595–1612. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-020-02804-4


Bentz, J., do Carmo, L., Schafenacker, N. et al. (2021). Creative, embodied practices, and the potentialities for sustainability transformations. Sustainability Science. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11625-021-01000-2


Bentz, J. (2019). Learning about climate change in, with and through art. Climatic Change, 162, 1595–1612. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10584-020-02804-4


Bentz, J. & O’Brien, K. 2019. Art for Change: Transformative learning and youth empowerment in a changing climate. Elementary Science Anthropology, 7(52). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.


Bernier, A. (2020). Wanting to share: How integration of digital media literacy supports student participatory culture in 21st century sustainability education. Journal of Sustainability Education, 24, ISSN:  2151-7452


Castek, J., & Beach, R. (2013). Using apps to support disciplinary literacy and science learning. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 56(7), 554– 564


Castek, J., & Dwyer, B. (2018). Think globally, act locally: Teaching climate change through digital inquiry. The Reading Teacher, 71(6), 755-761.


Ettinger, J., & Walton, P.,  & Painter, J., & DiBlasi, T. (2021). Climate of hope or doom and gloom? Testing the climate change hope vs. fear communications debate through online videos. Climatic Change, 164, 19


Fowkes, M., & Rowkes, R. (2022). World of art: Art and climate change. Thames & Hudson.


Houser, H. (2020). Infowhelm: Environmental art and literature in an age of data. New York: Columbia University Press.


Janpol, H. L., & Dilts, R. (2016). Does viewing documentary films affect environmental perceptions and behaviors? Applied Environmental Education & Communication, 15(1), 90-98.

Jordan, M., Bernier, J., & Zuiker, S. (2021). The future is open and shapable: Using solar speculative fiction to foster learner agency. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, & Practice, 79
(1), 309-329.


Karahan, E., & Roehrig, G. (2014). Constructing media artifacts in a social constructivist environment to enhance students’ environmental awareness and activism. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 24(1), 103-118.


Littrell, M. K., Okochi, C., Gold, A. U., Leckey, E., Tayne, K., Lynds, S., Williams, V., & Wise, S. (2020). Exploring students’ engagement with place-based environmental challenges through filmmaking: A case study from the lens on climate change program. Journal of Geoscience Education, 68(1).


Lohmeier, J. H., Thompson, S. R. , Chen, R. F. &, Mishol, S. (2021). Youth as climate change messengers: A picture is worth a thousand words. Science Communication, 43(6) 814–



Marlon, J., Lacroix, K., & Goldberg, M. (2021a). Climate change in the American mind, March 2021. Yale Program on Climate Change Communication


Martinek, A. L. (2020). Predictors of youth climate collective action: Extending the theory of planned behavior framework to examine identity and communication partial fulfillment of the requirements. Degree of Master of Science Colorado State University,


Milstein, T. (2020). Blooming in the doom and gloom: Bringing regenerative pedagogy to the rebellion. Journal of Sustainability Education. Retrieved from http://t.ly/cjSI


Nelms, C., Allen, M. W., Craig, C. A.., & Riggs, S. (2017). Who is the adolescent environmentalist? Environmental attitudes, identity, media usage and communication orientation. Environmental Communication, 11(4), 537–553.


Ojala, M., & Bengtsson, H. (2019). Young people’s coping strategies concerning climate change: Relations to perceived communication with parents and friends and pro-environmental behavior. Environment and Behavior, 51(8) 907-935


Pereira, T. & Freire, T. (2021) Positive youth development in the context of climate change: a systematic review. Frontiers in Psychology, 12:786119.


Rideout, V., Peebles, A., Mann, S., & Robb, M. B. (2022). Common Sense census: Media use by tweens and teens, 2021. San Francisco, CA: Common Sense. Retrieved from



Rooney-Varga, J. N., Brisk, A. A., Adams, E., Shuldman, M., & Rath, K. (2014). Student media production to meet challenges in climate change science education. Journal of Geoscience Education, 62(4), 598-608, DOI:10.5408/13-050.1




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