Putting the U in carbon capture and storage: rhetorical boundary negotiation within the CCS/CCUS scientific community
This paper examines responses to a framing shift from carbon capture and storage (CCS) to carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) within science and engineering professionals’ communication. We argue that the framing shift is a breach in the rhetorical boundaries of the CCS professional community that calls forth negotiation through responses that proactively support, resist, or acquiesce. This study offers a heuristic for examining scientific framing in expert-to-expert internal scientific rhetoric. It also contributes to contemporary research on the intersection of rhetoric of science and science, technology, and society; the social dimensions of CCS; energy communication; and applied communicative practices in scientific communities. © 2016 National Communication Association.
Climate change communication; energy policy; rhetorical field methods; science communication
Feldpausch-Parker, A. M.,
Peterson, T. R.
Putting the U in carbon capture and storage: rhetorical boundary negotiation within the CCS/CCUS scientific community.
Journal of Applied Communication Research, 44(4),