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"Social futures of global climate change" by John Hall, is the lead article in the February 2016 issue of the American Journal of Cultural Sociology.

The article, using structural phenomenology as a framework, explores the structures, problematics, and trajectories of four domains of discourse concerned with climate change variously haunted by the apocalyptic — science and policy, denial and skepticism, geopolitical security, and ecology and environmentalism. Copies of the prepublication online version of the article are available at https://www.academia.edu/17352224/_Social_Futures_of_Global_Climate_Change_.