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Dr Karen Parkhill
Dr Karen Parkhill
Environment, University of York
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From the familiar to the extraordinary: local residents’ perceptions of risk when living with nuclear power in the UK
KA Parkhill, NF Pidgeon, KL Henwood, P Simmons, D Venables
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 35 (1), 39-58, 2010
2022010
Messing with nature? Exploring public perceptions of geoengineering in the UK
A Corner, K Parkhill, N Pidgeon, NE Vaughan
Global environmental change 23 (5), 938-947, 2013
2012013
Creating a national citizen engagement process for energy policy
N Pidgeon, C Demski, C Butler, K Parkhill, A Spence
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (supplement_4), 13606-13613, 2014
1932014
Living with nuclear power: Sense of place, proximity, and risk perceptions in local host communities
D Venables, NF Pidgeon, KA Parkhill, KL Henwood, P Simmons
Journal of Environmental Psychology 32 (4), 371-383, 2012
1912012
Public values for energy system change
C Demski, C Butler, KA Parkhill, A Spence, NF Pidgeon
Global Environmental Change 34, 59-69, 2015
1842015
Farmers’ perceptions of climate change: identifying types
JJ Hyland, DL Jones, KA Parkhill, AP Barnes, AP Williams
Agriculture and Human Values 33, 323-339, 2016
1822016
Deliberating stratospheric aerosols for climate geoengineering and the SPICE project
N Pidgeon, K Parkhill, A Corner, N Vaughan
Nature Climate Change 3 (5), 451-457, 2013
1422013
Perceptions of geoengineering: public attitudes, stakeholder perspectives, and the challenge of ‘upstream’engagement
A Corner, N Pidgeon, K Parkhill
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 3 (5), 451-466, 2012
1342012
Living with nuclear power: AQ‐method study of local community perceptions
D Venables, N Pidgeon, P Simmons, K Henwood, K Parkhill
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 29 (8), 1089-1104, 2009
1282009
Transforming the UK Energy System: Public Values, Attitudes and Acceptability-Synthesis Report
K Parkhill, CC Demski, C Butler, A Spence, NF Pidgeon
UKERC, 2013
1212013
Transforming the UK Energy System: Public Values, Attitudes and Acceptability-Synthesis Report
K Parkhill, CC Demski, C Butler, A Spence, NF Pidgeon
UKERC, 2013
1212013
Exploring early public responses to geoengineering
N Pidgeon, A Corner, K Parkhill, A Spence, C Butler, W Poortinga
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2012
1042012
‘We are a community [but] that takes a certain amount of energy’: Exploring shared visions, social action, and resilience in place-based community-led energy initiatives
KA Parkhill, F Shirani, C Butler, KL Henwood, C Groves, NF Pidgeon
Environmental science & policy 53, 60-69, 2015
972015
Public values for energy futures: Framing, indeterminacy and policy making
C Butler, C Demski, K Parkhill, N Pidgeon, A Spence
Energy policy 87, 665-672, 2015
932015
Public perceptions of demand-side management and a smarter energy future
A Spence, C Demski, C Butler, K Parkhill, N Pidgeon
Nature Climate Change 5 (6), 550-554, 2015
912015
Energy consumption and everyday life: Choice, values and agency through a practice theoretical lens
C Butler, KA Parkhill, NF Pidgeon
Journal of Consumer Culture 16 (3), 887-907, 2016
822016
Researching risk: Narrative, biography, subjectivity
K Henwood, N Pidgeon, K Parkhill, P Simmons
Historical Social Research/Historische Sozialforschung, 251-272, 2011
812011
Nuclear power after Japan: The social dimensions
C Butler, KA Parkhill, NF Pidgeon
Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 53 (6), 3-14, 2011
792011
Science, technology and risk perception: From gender differences to the effects made by gender
KL Henwood, K Anne Parkhill, NF Pidgeon
Equal Opportunities International 27 (8), 662-676, 2008
682008
Laughing it off? Humour, affect and emotion work in communities living with nuclear risk1
KA Parkhill, KL Henwood, NF Pidgeon, P Simmons
The British Journal of Sociology 62 (2), 324-346, 2011
632011
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