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Title: REDD+ politics in the media: a case study from Vietnam
Authors: Thuy, Pham Thu
Keywords: Redd
Case studies
Climatic change
Issue Date: 2011
Series/Report no.: CIFOR Working Paper;Issue 53, 35 Pages
Abstract: This study highlighted three factors thatinfluence the media in reporting on REDD+ in Vietnam. It highlights three factors that influence the media in reporting on REDD+ in Vietnam. The study also intends to identify how REDD+ debates are framed in the policy domain, what concerns and claims are expressed in these, how different narratives about REDD+ relate to each other, and how these are used by actors representing different interests to strengthen political coalitions. The report is structured in four parts: part 1 establishes the relevance of this study and provides an overview of REDD+ and the role of the media in Vietnam; part 2 presents the methodology used in compiling and coding media coverage of REDD+; part 3 presents the results of the study; and part 4 discusses the result of the analysis and offers recommendations
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