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Die (un)endliche Geschichte. Fridays for Future und die Klimakrise im medialen Diskurs. Eine Einordnung aus Sicht der Medienforschung

Author : Lena von Zabern

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Zusammenfassung

Auch fünf Jahre nach Beginn der Fridays for Future Proteste tragen die Medien maßgeblich dazu bei, die Klimarechte von Kindern und die Verantwortung des globalen Nordens in Punkto Klimapolitik ins öffentliche und politische Bewusstsein zu rücken. Das „Wie“ der Erzählung bleibt jedoch oft ambivalent. Vor dem theoretischen Hintergrund des Medienframings (Entmann 1993) zeichnet dieses Kapitel die mediale Berichterstattung über die FfF-Proteste in der (inter)nationalen Presse von 2018–2021 in einer kommentierten Literaturschau nach. Obwohl die Berichterstattung über FfF anfangs Erzählmustern des Protest Paradigms folgt, wird Klimawandel mehr und mehr durch die Linse von Generations- und geographischer Ungleichheit erzählt. Intersektion zwischen der globalen Klimakrise und Covid-19 sowie die Folgen des Ukrainekriegs könnten das beginnende Klimagerechtigkeitfsraming des FfF-Diskurses weiter universalisieren.

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Footnotes
1
Nach den UN-Kinderrechtskonventionen.
 
2
Dies betrifft vor allem Kinder im Globalen Süden u. A. in Tschad, Nigeria, Guinnea (vgl. UNICEF 2021, S.79) und umfasst damit auch die Komponente geographischer Klima-Ungerechtigkeit.
 
3
Unter 18 Jahre.
 
4
Diskurs wird hierauf Basis von Busse (2020) konstruktivistisch als „Formationssysteme von Wissen“ [verstanden, in denen] auf gesellschaftlicher Ebene ein Thema verhandelt wird“ (Fraas und Klemm 2005, S. 4). Diese Wissenssysteme sind nicht objektiv, sondern sozial konstruiert und können sich über die Zeit wandeln (Universität Leipzig o. J.).
 
5
Z. b. aufgrund von Eigentumskonzentration, Finanzierung durch Werbeeinnahmen, Fokus auf kaufstarke Leserschaft und der Auswahl von Quellen (Herman und Chomsky 2002, S. 298; Bojanowski 2019; Meier 2004).
 
6
Das beinhaltet auch die Verschärfung von Klima-Ungerechtigkeit durch die Intersektion verschiedener Ismen (siehe Krieger 2020a, b) etwa Sexismus, Rassismus usw.
 
7
Die Überprüfung nicht offizieller Quellen ist zeit- und kostenintensiv und konkurriert mit einem routinierten und glaubwürdigen Informationsangebot- und Produktion durch z. B. Regierungsquellen (Herman und Chomsky 2002, S. 19–22).
 
8
In der Darstellung des Protests in den sozialen Medien wurde Ökonomin und FfF-Aktivistin Tonny Nowshin von Greenpeace aus Bildern neben Luisa Neubauer entfernt.
 
9
Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.
 
10
Siehe Intersektionalitätsbegriff nach Crenshaw (1991).
 
11
Die Intersektion zwischen Covid-19 und Klimawandel scheint vor allem in Ländern des Globalen Nordens sichtbar zu sein, während in vielen armen Ländern des Globalen Südens Gegensätze zwischen post-pandemischen wirtschaftlichem Wachstum und einer nachhaltigen Zukunft bestehen bleiben (Loureiro und Alló 2021, S. 457 ff.)
 
12
Menschliche Sicherheit erweitert den konventionellen Sicherheitsbegriff (Sicherheit des Staates) und rückt das Individuum und seine Schutzbedürfnisse in den Mittelpunkt (siehe UN Trust Fund for Human Security 2022; Lunz und Bernarding 2019).
 
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Metadata
Title
Die (un)endliche Geschichte. Fridays for Future und die Klimakrise im medialen Diskurs. Eine Einordnung aus Sicht der Medienforschung
Author
Lena von Zabern
Copyright Year
2023
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-41447-4_5