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Matthew Tegelberg

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Department of Social Science

Assistant Professor
Interdisciplinary Social Science (ISS) Degree Program

Office: 717 Ross Building South
Phone: 416 736 2100 Ext: 30125
Email: mtegel@yorku.ca
Secondary website: mediaclimate.net/

Matthew Tegelberg is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Science at York University. He has a Ph.D. in Cultural Studies from Trent University and a Master's Degree from the Joint Graduate Program in Communication and Culture at York University and Ryerson University. He is a research associate with MediaClimate, an international network of media scholars that study environmental communication, placing particular emphasis on global media coverage of climate change. Tegelberg's research and teaching interests include global tourism, environmental communication, and media representations of social movements. His research has been published in Journalism, Journal of Science Communication, Nordicom Review, Tourist Studies, International Communication Gazette, International Journal of Cultural Studies, Canadian Journal of Communication and in several edited volumes.

Degrees

PhD, Cultural Studies, Trent University
MA, Communication and Culture, York University and Ryerson University
BA, Communication Studies and History, York University

Research Interests

Media , Science and Technology, Climate Change Communication, Tourism, Climate Justice, Social Movements

Current Research Projects


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    Funders:
    Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Grant for International Collaborations, York University

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    Funders:
    Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Minor Research Grant, York University
Books

Publication
Year

2018 - Media and Transnational Climate Justice: Indigenous Activism and Climate Politics. New York: Peter Lang MacMillan. (coauthored with Anna Roosvall) http://yfile.news.yorku.ca/2017/07/12/york-u-researcher-part-of-international-collaboration-on-climate-change-communication/ https://www.peterlang.com/view/product/32024

2018

2017 - Media and Global Climate Knowledge: Climate Journalism and the IPCC. London: Palgrave MacMillan.(coedited with Elisabeth Eide, Risto Kunelius and Dmitry Yagodin)

2017

Book Chapters

Publication
Year

2017 -  “Conclusion: From Assessments to Solutions.” In Elisabeth Eide, Risto Kunelius, Matthew Tegelberg and Dmitry Yagodin (eds.) Media and Global Climate Knowledge: Climate Journalism and the IPCC. London: Palgrave. (coauthored with Elizabeth Eide and Risto Kunelius)

2017

2017 -  “Following the Tweets: What happened to the IPCC AR5 Synthesis Report on Twitter?” In Elisabeth Eide, Risto Kunelius, Matthew Tegelberg and Dmitry Yagodin (eds.) Media and Global Climate Knowledge: Climate Journalism and the IPCC. London: Palgrave. (coauthored with Dmitry Yagodin, Débora Medeiros and Adrienne Russell)

2017

2016 - “Natural Ecology Meets Media Ecology: Indigenous Activists’ Views on Nature and Media.” In Heike Graf (ed.) The Environment in the Age of the Internet: Activists, Communication, and the Digital Landscape. Cambridge: Open Book Publishers. (coauthored with Anna Roosvall)

2016

Journal Articles

Publication
Year

2016 -  “Donors Do Not Trust: Actor-networks and Intermedia Agenda-setting in Online Climate News.” Nordicom Review.(coauthored with Dmitry Yagodin)

2016

Approach to Teaching


Past courses taught:

  • SOSC 1000 9.0 - Introduction to Social Science
  • SOSC 2560 6.0 - Ideology and Everyday Life
  • SOSC 3006 6.0 - Technology and Social Movements
  • SOSC 4001 6.0 - Critical Issues in Tourism Studies

  • Current Courses

    Term Course Number Section Title Type
    Fall/Winter 2020 AP/SOSC3006 6.0 A Technology and Social Movements SEMR
    Fall/Winter 2020 AP/SOSC2007 6.0 B Representing Climate Change SEMR


    Upcoming Courses

    Term Course Number Section Title Type
    Fall/Winter 2020 AP/SOSC3006 6.0 A Technology and Social Movements SEMR
    Fall/Winter 2020 AP/SOSC2007 6.0 B Representing Climate Change SEMR

    Matthew Tegelberg is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Science at York University. He has a Ph.D. in Cultural Studies from Trent University and a Master's Degree from the Joint Graduate Program in Communication and Culture at York University and Ryerson University. He is a research associate with MediaClimate, an international network of media scholars that study environmental communication, placing particular emphasis on global media coverage of climate change. Tegelberg's research and teaching interests include global tourism, environmental communication, and media representations of social movements. His research has been published in Journalism, Journal of Science Communication, Nordicom Review, Tourist Studies, International Communication Gazette, International Journal of Cultural Studies, Canadian Journal of Communication and in several edited volumes.

    Degrees

    PhD, Cultural Studies, Trent University
    MA, Communication and Culture, York University and Ryerson University
    BA, Communication Studies and History, York University

    Research Interests

    Media , Science and Technology, Climate Change Communication, Tourism, Climate Justice, Social Movements

    Current Research Projects


      Project Type: Funded
      Funders:
      Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Grant for International Collaborations, York University

      Project Type: Funded
      Funders:
      Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies Minor Research Grant, York University

    All Publications


    Book Chapters

    Publication
    Year

    2017 -  “Conclusion: From Assessments to Solutions.” In Elisabeth Eide, Risto Kunelius, Matthew Tegelberg and Dmitry Yagodin (eds.) Media and Global Climate Knowledge: Climate Journalism and the IPCC. London: Palgrave. (coauthored with Elizabeth Eide and Risto Kunelius)

    2017

    2017 -  “Following the Tweets: What happened to the IPCC AR5 Synthesis Report on Twitter?” In Elisabeth Eide, Risto Kunelius, Matthew Tegelberg and Dmitry Yagodin (eds.) Media and Global Climate Knowledge: Climate Journalism and the IPCC. London: Palgrave. (coauthored with Dmitry Yagodin, Débora Medeiros and Adrienne Russell)

    2017

    2016 - “Natural Ecology Meets Media Ecology: Indigenous Activists’ Views on Nature and Media.” In Heike Graf (ed.) The Environment in the Age of the Internet: Activists, Communication, and the Digital Landscape. Cambridge: Open Book Publishers. (coauthored with Anna Roosvall)

    2016

    Books

    Publication
    Year

    2018 - Media and Transnational Climate Justice: Indigenous Activism and Climate Politics. New York: Peter Lang MacMillan. (coauthored with Anna Roosvall) http://yfile.news.yorku.ca/2017/07/12/york-u-researcher-part-of-international-collaboration-on-climate-change-communication/ https://www.peterlang.com/view/product/32024

    2018

    2017 - Media and Global Climate Knowledge: Climate Journalism and the IPCC. London: Palgrave MacMillan.(coedited with Elisabeth Eide, Risto Kunelius and Dmitry Yagodin)

    2017

    Journal Articles

    Publication
    Year

    2016 -  “Donors Do Not Trust: Actor-networks and Intermedia Agenda-setting in Online Climate News.” Nordicom Review.(coauthored with Dmitry Yagodin)

    2016

    Approach to Teaching


    Past courses taught:

  • SOSC 1000 9.0 - Introduction to Social Science
  • SOSC 2560 6.0 - Ideology and Everyday Life
  • SOSC 3006 6.0 - Technology and Social Movements
  • SOSC 4001 6.0 - Critical Issues in Tourism Studies

  • Current Courses

    Term Course Number Section Title Type
    Fall/Winter 2020 AP/SOSC3006 6.0 A Technology and Social Movements SEMR
    Fall/Winter 2020 AP/SOSC2007 6.0 B Representing Climate Change SEMR


    Upcoming Courses

    Term Course Number Section Title Type
    Fall/Winter 2020 AP/SOSC3006 6.0 A Technology and Social Movements SEMR
    Fall/Winter 2020 AP/SOSC2007 6.0 B Representing Climate Change SEMR