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Science or Science Fiction? Professionals’ Discursive Construction of Climate Change
This paper examines the framings and identity work associated with professionals’ discursive construction of climate change science, their legitimation of themselves as experts on ‘the truth’, andExpand
Analytical Framework for Waste-Facility Siting
Waste-facility siting processes are complex because they involve four sets of causal elements and relationships: (1) Facility need, design, and operation cause facility effects by interacting withExpand
Social License to Operate: Legitimacy by Another Name?
Social license to operate is an increasingly used but seldom defined concept. In this article, we draw from academic, popular, and industry literature to identify and synthesize three models ofExpand
Just don’t call it climate change: climate-skeptic farmer adoption of climate-mitigative practices
Despite low levels of agreement that climate change is caused primarily by humans, respondents to a survey of climate change beliefs and adoption of climate mitigative practices among beef and grainExpand
Framework for developing risk to life evaluation criteria associated with landslides in Canada
The application of quantitative risk assessments is increasing for decision-making in many industries and contexts, with the evaluation of risks against some adopted criteria. Expand
Developing host community siting packages for waste facilities
Abstract Many types of benefits are conceivable as measures to offset waste facility impacts in a host community. Some may be ineffective or even detrimental to facility acceptance. It is in the bestExpand
Analyzing Visual Rhetoric in Organizational Research
In this chapter, we argue for the importance of including images in organizational research and discuss visual rhetoric as one approach to the analysis of images combined with words. We argue thatExpand
Extrapolating human judgments from skip-gram vector representations of word meaning
There is a growing body of research in psychology that attempts to extrapolate human lexical judgments from computational models of semantics. This research can be used to help develop comprehensiveExpand
Academic Engagement in Public and Political Discourse
Project Directors: 1. Andrew Hoffman, Director, Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise, Ross School of Business and School of Natural Resources and Environment 2. Mark Barteau, Director,Expand