Anthony Judge: Hearing the Variety of Voices in Climate Change Discourse Recognizing the challenge of soundscape comprehension in controversy and emergency

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Anthony Judge

Hearing the Variety of Voices in Climate Change Discourse

Recognizing the challenge of soundscape comprehension in controversy and emergency

Table of Contents with Links Below the Fold

Introduction
Climate change discourse according to classification of singing voice types?
Types of singing as indicative of modes of climate change discourse
Distinctions of “voice” in the art of climate change rhetoric?
Gravitas as the requisite voice for crisis and climate emergency?
Unquestionable voices of authority and command in a context of emergency?
Engendering a reality distortion field for climate change: the role of charisma?
Distinctions of tone and voice of value in addressing climate change
Orchestration of a requisite variety of voices in response to climate change?
Loss of sentinel species as an “inaugural voice” for decision-making?
Types of duet as a reframing of climate change discourse
Voices of despair and desperation — and the voiceless
From “reading between the lines” to “hearing beyond the sounds” — of a soundscape
Enabling meaningful engagement in climate change discourse through sonification
Landscape, soundscape, resonance: a place to be?
Patterns of resonance and their characteristic experiential challenges
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