Kate Burningham
Kate Burningham
Reader, Dept. of Sociology, University of Surrey
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Using the language of NIMBY: a topic for research, not an activity for researchers
K Burningham
Local environment 5 (1), 55-67, 2000
‘It'll never happen to me’: understanding public awareness of local flood risk
K Burningham, J Fielding, D Thrush
Disasters 32 (2), 216-238, 2008
Being constructive: Social constructionism and the environment
K Burningham, G Cooper
Sociology 33 (2), 297-316, 1999
Flood risk, vulnerability and environmental justice: Evidence and evaluation of inequality in a UK context
G Walker, K Burningham
Critical social policy 31 (2), 216-240, 2011
Imagined publics and engagement around renewable energy technologies in the UK
J Barnett, K Burningham, G Walker, N Cass
Public Understanding of Science 21 (1), 36-50, 2012
Renewable energy and sociotechnical change: imagined subjectivities of ‘the public’and their implications
G Walker, N Cass, K Burningham, J Barnett
Environment and planning A 42 (4), 931-947, 2010
The limitations of the NIMBY concept for understanding public engagement with renewable energy technologies: a literature review
K Burningham, J Barnett, D Thrush
School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester, 2006
An array of deficits: unpacking NIMBY discourses in wind energy developers' conceptualizations of their local opponents
K Burningham, J Barnett, G Walker
Society & Natural Resources 28 (3), 246-260, 2015
Global environmental values and local contexts of action
K Burningham, M O'Brien
Sociology 28 (4), 913-932, 1994
Environmental inequality and flood hazard
J Fielding, K Burningham
Local Environment 10 (4), 379-395, 2005
Industrial constructions of publics and public knowledge: A qualitative investigation of practice in the UK chemicals industry
K Burningham, J Barnett, A Carr, R Clift, W Wehrmeyer
Public Understanding of Science 16 (1), 23-43, 2007
Pollution concerns in context: a comparison of local perceptions of the risks associated with living close to a road and a chemical factory
K Burningham, D Thrush
Journal of Risk Research 7 (2), 213-232, 2004
Stigma and attachment: performance of identity in an environmentally degraded place
VC Broto, K Burningham, C Carter, L Elghali
Society and Natural Resources 23 (10), 952-968, 2010
‘It came up to here’: learning from children's flood narratives
M Walker, R Whittle, W Medd, K Burningham, J Moran-Ellis, S Tapsell
Children's Geographies 10 (2), 135-150, 2012
Brownfield regeneration to greenspace: Delivery of project objectives for social and environmental gain
G Atkinson, KJ Doick, K Burningham, C France
Urban forestry & urban greening 13 (3), 586-594, 2014
New motherhood: a moment of change in everyday shopping practices?
K Burningham, S Venn, I Christie, T Jackson, B Gatersleben
Young Consumers 15 (3), 211-226, 2014
Attitudes, accounts and impact assessment
K Burningham
The Sociological Review 43 (1), 100-122, 1995
Experiencing environmental inequality: the everyday concerns of disadvantaged groups
K Burningham, D Thrush
Housing Studies 18 (4), 517-536, 2003
A noisy road or noisy resident?: a demonstration of the utility of social constructionism for analysing environmental problems
K Burningham
The Sociological Review 46 (3), 536-563, 1998
The electric commons: A qualitative study of community accountability
E Melville, I Christie, K Burningham, C Way, P Hampshire
Energy Policy 106, 12-21, 2017
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