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Yale says ‘Global Warming’ is better distorted phrase for propaganda — dump ‘climate change’

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Yale says “Global Warming” is better distorted phrase for propaganda — dump “climate change”

http://joannenova.com.au/2014/05/yale-says-global-warming-is-better-distorted-phrase-for-propaganda-dump-climate-change/

What’s the point of language — especially in science? If you are naive, you might think it’s to communicate a fixed concept so everyone understands and can voice an opinion on the same thing. You would be wrong. The real purpose of scientific terms is to motivate the punters to behave differently (especially if that means “give us more money”). That’s why the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication has assigned 5 PhD’s and a guy called Feinberg to spend days, weeks and months analyzing surveys to find out which propaganda term is more “effective”. The simple answer is “global warming” eeks out more fear and pain among democrats than “climate change” therefore expect to see its use rocket. The Guardian The survey sample of 1,657 people, compiled over a two-week period late last year, found a large swathe of Americans turned off by the words “climate change”. “The use of the term climate change appears to actually reduce issue engagement by Democrats, Independents, liberals, and moderates, as well as a variety of subgroups within American society, including men, women, minorities, different generations, and across political and partisan lines,” the researchers said. Americans in general were 13% more likely to […]Rating: 10.0/10 (1 vote cast)

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