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Items where Subject is "GF Human ecology. Anthropogeography"

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Couper, Pauline (2007) Fluvial geomorphology and semiotics: a Wittgensteinian perspective of the ‘divide’ between human and physical geography. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 32 (3). pp. 279-294.

Couper, Pauline and Yarwood, Richard (2012) Confluences of human and physical geography research on the outdoors: an introduction to the special section on ‘Exploring the outdoors’. Area, 44 (1). pp. 2-6.

Couper, Pauline R (2017) The embodied spatialities of being in nature: encountering the nature/culture binary in green/blue space. Cultural geographies.

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Evans, Bob, Parks, Judith and Theobald, Kate (2011) Urban wind power and the private sector: community benefits, social acceptance and public engagement. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 54 (2). pp. 227-244.

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Parks, Judith and Devine-Wright, Patrick (2007) Representing public engagement in energy and climate change policy: an empirical analysis. In: Political Studies Association Conference, 12th April 2007, Bath. (Unpublished)

Parks, Judith and Theobald, K. S. (2013) Public engagement with information on renewable energy developments: The case of single, semi-urban wind turbines. Public Understanding of Science, 22 (1). pp. 49-64.

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Walker, Gordon, Devine-Wright, Patrick, Barnett, Julie, Burningham, Kate, Cass, Noel, Devine-Wright, Hannah, Speller, Gerda, Barton, John, Evans, Bob, Heath, Yuko, Infield, David, Parks, Judith and Theobald, Kate (2010) Symmetries, expectations, dynamics and contexts: a framework for understanding public engagement with renewable energy projects. In: Devine-Wright, Patrick, (ed.) Renewable Energy and the Public: From Nimby to Participation. London, Earthscan, pp. 2-14

Walker, Nathan (2017) Ridge. Alterity, 1. pp. 71-77.

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