2022: Two-year Impact Factor: 4.4
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CiteScore (2022): 5.3
SJR(2022): 0.78
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Health Promot Perspect. 2020;10(3): 282-286. doi: 10.34172/hpp.2020.42
PMID: 32802765        PMCID: PMC7420161

Original Article

Climate change on YouTube: A potential platform for youth learning

Beatriz Duran-Becerra 1 * ORCID, Grace C. Hillyer 1,2 ORCID, Alison Cosgrove 3, Corey H. Basch 3 ORCID

Cited by CrossRef: 6

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3- Rudenkin D. The specificity of response of youth audience to the reflection of social problems in video blogs: the case of the video “HIV in Russia” on YouTube channel “Vdud”. 2021;(2):53 [Crossref]
4- Basch C, Yalamanchili B, Fera J. #Climate Change on TikTok: A Content Analysis of Videos. J Community Health. 2022;47(1):163 [Crossref]
5- Christodoulou V, Saprikis V, Kythreotou L, Christodoulos M, Calikus E, Joselowitz J, Zervas E. Video features predicting engagement in climate change education. E3S Web Conf. 2023;436:06009 [Crossref]
6- Smolak Lozano E, Nakayama A. Análisis semántico del discurso sobre el cambio climático en social media. revTECHNO. 2023;14(1):1 [Crossref]
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Indexing and Abstracting

2-year Impact Factor: 4.4


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