Author: Scartozzi, Cesare M.
Journal: International Studies Review.
Date: September 2020.
Pages: 1-30 .
Abstract: This article draws a comprehensive map of conflict climate change scholarship. It uses visualizations and descriptive statistics to trace the temporal, spatial, and topical evolution of the field of study via a bibliometric analysis of more than six hundred publications. It then proceeds to summarize findings, theoretical explanations, and methodological approaches. Overall, this systematic review shows a remarkable inconsistency of evidence among publications. As a way forward, this article recommends future research to use computational models, informed by a social-ecological perspective, to better explore the link between climate change and conflict.
Keywords: climate change, conflict, Anthropocene, holocentrism, systematic review.
How to Cite:
(Chicago Manual of Style 17th ed.)
Scartozzi, Cesare M. “Reframing Climate-Induced Socio-Environmental Conflicts: A Systematic Review.” International Studies Review (2020): 1–30. https://doi.org/10.1093/isr/viaa064.
(APA 6th ed.)
Scartozzi, C. M. (2020). Reframing Climate-Induced Socio-Environmental Conflicts: A Systematic Review. International Studies Review, 1–30. https://doi.org/10.1093/isr/viaa064.