Public Perceptions of Climate Change: Lithuanian case in a European Comparative Perspective (KLiKS)

 

Project no.: P-MIP-17-183

Project description:

The proposed project will explore and explain Lithuanian perceptions and public attitudes towards climate change within the broader European context. Cooperating closely with the ESRC-funded project “European Perceptions of Climate Change: a comparison between four European Countries” (coordinated by Cardiff University); this will be the first project to study the phenomenon in a theoretically-grounded, methodologically-rigorous and comparative manner, also taking into account Lithuania’s specific cultural and historical background. Empirically, its central components are: a) survey-based public opinion research, b) focus groups with relevant stakeholders from politics and civil society, c) analysis of relevant media coverage, d) analysis of the socio-political context and e) a comparative analysis of the Lithuanian case within other European countries and historical analysis of Lithuanian case.

Project funding:

Projects funded by the Research Council of Lithuania (RCL), Projects carried out by researchers’ teams


Project results:

Monograph, scientific articles, conference presetations, international scientific events, science popularization articles, open access data set

Period of project implementation: 2017-10-02 - 2020-03-31

Project coordinator: Kaunas University of Technology

Project partners: Cardiff University

Head:
Audronė Telešienė

Duration:
2017 - 2020

Department:
Faculty of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, Institute of Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts

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