Kjell Vowles

Doctoral Student at Science, Technology and Society

Kjell Vowles is a PhD-student within the CEFORCED-project. He has a background as climate change-journalist and political scientist, and while at the division of Science, Technology and Society he will research how climate change denialism, especially in combination with authoritarian nationalism, delays the transition towards a society that exists within the planetary boundaries.

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2023

Talking heads and contrarian graphs: televising the Swedish far right ’s climate denialism

Kjell Vowles
Visualising far-right environments Communication and the politics of nature, p. 253-273
Book chapter
2023

När svenska högerradikala medier blev en del av kontraklimatrörelsen

Kjell Vowles
Fronesis (76-77), p. 164-178
Magazine article
2023

Climate delay discourses present in global mainstream television coverage of the IPCC’s 2021 report

James Painter, Joshua Ettinger, David Holmes et al
Communications Earth and Environment. Vol. 4 (1)
Journal article
2021

Scare-quoting climate: The rapid rise of climate denial in the Swedish far-right media ecosystem

Kjell Vowles, Martin Hultman
Nordic Journal of Media Studies. Vol. 3 (1), p. 79-95
Journal article
2021

Dead White men vs. Greta Thunberg: Nationalism, Misogyny, and Climate Change Denial in Swedish far-right Digital Media

Kjell Vowles, Martin Hultman
Australian Feminist Studies. Vol. 36 (110), p. 414-431
Journal article
2020

Upphettning - Demokratin i klimatkrisens tid

Daniel Lindvall, Kjell Vowles, Martin Hultman
Book

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