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Jeremiah Bohr

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

Based in

United States
North America

Jeremiah Bohr completed his Ph.D. in Sociology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Some of his research projects include studies of organized climate change denial, the coverage of climate change across geographically and politically diverse U.S. newspapers, congressional speeches concerned with climate change, and how politicians discuss environmental politics on social media. Jeremiah’s most recent research applies various text mining techniques to explore climate change discourse. He has published articles at journals such as Global Environmental Change, Climatic Change, Social Forces, Environmental Politics, and Environmental Sociology.

Country(ies) of Specialty

United States

Focus areas of expertise

Climate policy and politics Public opinion Social Media

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Jeremiah Bohr & Anna C. McCreery. 2020. “Do Energy Burdens Contribute to Economic Poverty in the United States? A Panel Analysis,” Social Forces (September 2020).

Deborah Lynn Guber, Jeremiah Bohr, & Riley E. Dunlap. 2020. “‘TIME TO WAKE UP’: Climate change advocacy in a polarized Congress, 1996-2015,” Environmental Politics (July 2020).

Jeremiah Bohr. 2020. “Key events and challenges: a computational text analysis of the 115th House of representatives on Twitter,” Environmental Politics (June 2020).

Jeremiah Bohr. 2020. “Reporting on Climate Change: A Computational Analysis of U.S. Newspapers and Sources of Bias, 1997-2017,” Global Environmental Change (March 2020).

Jeremiah Bohr & Riley E. Dunlap. 2017. “Key Topics in Environmental Sociology, 1990-2014: Results from a Computational Text Analysis,” Environmental Sociology (October 2017).

Jeremiah Bohr. 2017. “Is it Hot in Here, or is it Just Me? Temperature Anomalies and Political Polarization over Global Warming in the American Public,” Climatic Change (May 2017).

Jeremiah Bohr. 2016. “The ‘Climatism’ Cartel: Why Climate Change Deniers Oppose Market-based Mitigation Policy,” Environmental Politics (September 2016).