Agricultural Advisors’ Climate Risk Perceptions: 2013-14 Content Analysis Data

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By Sarah Church1, Nick Babin2, Stuart Carlton3, Michael Dunn1, Katie Fagan1, Silvestre Garcia de Jalon4, Tonya Haigh5, Cody Knutson5, Linda S. Prokopy1, Melissa J. Widhalm1

1. Purdue University 2. Taylor University 3. Texas A&M University / Texas Sea Grant 4. Cranfield University 5. University of Nebraska-Lincoln

A content analysis of agricultural trade publications was conducted to document how the media discussed and portrayed the 2012 summer drought.

Version 1.0 - published on 24 Nov 2015 doi:10.4231/R7BR8Q59 - cite this Archived on 25 Oct 2016

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A content analysis of agricultural trade publications was conducted to document how the media discussed and portrayed the 2012 summer drought and whether climate change was included within this discussion. The overall population of articles were sampled from ten specific agricultural trade publications from April 2, 2012 through March 31, 2014 that included the keyword "drought” within the article. We retrieved 2,818 articles and sampled 1,029 of these for coding and analysis.

This publication lists the 2,818 articles that were retrieved from ten specific agricultural trade publications from April 2, 2012 through March 31, 2014 that included the keyword "drought.” The list includes the publication name, article date, article title, and whether it was included in our sample for further coding and analysis. Due to copyright restrictions we are not permitted to provide access to the full text from these articles.

Support for this this research was provided by:

  • NOAA Sectoral Application Research Program (SARP) Award Number NA13OAR431012, project titled "Evaluating the Impact of Extreme Drought on Farm Advisors’ Perceptions of Climate Risks in the U.S. Corn Belt"
  • Purdue University, Clifford B. Kinley Award, project titled “The Impact of the 2012 Drought on Midwestern Farm Advisors’ Perceptions, Attitudes, and Willingness to Respond to Climate Change”

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