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Burningham, Kate, Venn, Susan, Hayward, Bronwyn, Nissen, Sylvia, Aoyagi, Midori, Hasan, Mohammad Mehed, Jackson, Tim, Jha, Vimlendu, Mattar, Helio, Schudel, Ingrid and Yoshida, Aya (2019) Ethics in context: essential flexibility in an international photo-elicitation project with children and young people International Journal of Social Research Methodology. pp. 1-16.

Loukianov, Anastasia, Burningham, Kate and Jackson, Tim (2019) Living the Good Life on Instagram. An exploration of lay understandings of what it means to live well. Journal of Consumer Ethics.

Melville, Emilia, Burningham, Kate, Christie, Ian and Smallwood, B (2018) Equality in local energy commons A UK case study of community and municipal energy il Mulino; Italian Review of Sociology, 59 (2). pp. 315-342.

Burningham, Katherine (2017) Energy use: The significance of relationships Nature Energy.

Burningham, Katherine and Venn, Susan (2017) Are lifecourse transitions opportunities for moving to more sustainable consumption? Journal of Consumer Culture.

Melville, Emilia, Christie, Ian, Burningham, Katherine, Way, C and Hampshire, P (2017) The electric commons: a qualitative study of community accountability Energy Policy, 106. pp. 12-21.

Burningham, Katherine and Venn, Susan (2017) Understanding and Practising Sustainable Consumption in Early Motherhood Journal of Consumer Ethics, 1 (2).

Burningham, KA, Barnett, J and Walker, G (2014) ‘An array of deficits: Unpacking NIMBY discourses in wind energy proponents’ conceptualisations of their local opponents’ Society and Natural Resources.

Atkinson, G, Doick, K, Burningham, KA and France, C (2014) ‘Brownfield regeneration to greenspace: Delivery of project objectives for social and environmental gain’. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, 2. pp. 161-178.

Burningham, KA, Venn, S, Gatersleben, B, Christie, I and Jackson, T (2014) ’New Motherhood: a moment of change in everyday shopping practices?’ Young Consumers, 15 (3). pp. 211-226.

Shrestha, S, Burningham, KA and Grant, CB (2014) Constructions of Climate Change on the Radio and in Nepalese Lay Focus Groups Environmental Communication, 8 (2). pp. 161-178.

Burningham, Kate, Venn, Susan, Christie, Ian, Jackson, Timothy and Gatersleben, Birgitta (2014) New motherhood: a moment of change in everyday shopping practices Young Consumers, 15 (3). pp. 211-226.

Spinney, J, Green, N, Burningham, K, Cooper, G and Uzzell, David (2012) 'Are we sitting comfortably? Domestic imaginaries, laptop practices, and energy use' Environment and Planning A: international journal of urban and regional research, 44 (11). pp. 2629-2645.

Spinney, J, Burningham, KA, Cooper, G, Green, N and Uzzell, David (2012) 'What I've found is that your related experiences tend to make you dissatisfied': Psychological obsolescence, consumer demand and the dynamics and environmental implications of de-stabilisation in the laptop sector’ Journal of Consumer Culture, 12 (3). pp. 347-370.

Walker, M, Whittle, R, Medd, W, Burningham, K, Moran-Ellis, J and Tapsell, S (2012) 'It came up to here': Learning from children's flood narratives Children's Geographies, 10 (2). pp. 135-150.

Cooper, G, Green, NC, Burningham, K, Evans, D and Jackson, T (2012) Unravelling the threads: discourses of sustainability and consumption in an online forum Environmental communication, 6 (1). pp. 101-118.

Cooper, G, Green, N, Burningham, K, Evans, D and Jackson, T (2012) Unravelling the threads: discourses of sustainability and consumption in an online forum Environmental Communication: a journal of nature and culture, 6 (1). pp. 101-118.

Barnett, J, Burningham, K, Walker, G and Cass, N (2012) 'Imagined publics and engagement around renewable energy in the UK' Public Understanding of Science, 21 (1). pp. 36-50.

Walker, G and Burningham, K (2011) Flood risk, vulnerability and environmental justice: evidence and evaluation of inequality in a UK context Critical Social Policy, 31 (2). pp. 216-240.

Catan- Broto, V, Burningham, Katherine, Carter, C and Elgahli, L (2010) Stigma and attachment: performance of identity in an environmentally degraded place Society and Natural Resources, 23 (10). pp. 952-968.

Walker, G, Cass, N, Burningham, K and Barnett, J (2010) "Renewable energy and sociotechnical change: imagined subjectivities of ‘the public’ and their implications" Environment and Planning A, 42 (4). pp. 931-947.

Burningham, K, Fielding, J and Thrush, D (2008) ‘“It’ll never happen to me”: Understanding Public Awareness of Local Flood Risk’ Disasters: The Journal of Disaster Studies, Policy and Management, 32 (2). pp. 216-238.

Brotot, VC, Tabbush, P, Burningham, K, Elghali, L and Edwards, D (2007) Coal ash and risk: Four social interpretations of a pollution landscape LANDSCAPE RESEARCH, 32 (4). pp. 481-497.

Burningham, K, Barnett, J, Carr, A, Clift, R and Wehrmeyer, W (2007) Industrial constructions of publics and public knowledge: a qualitative investigation of practice in the UK chemicals industry Public Understanding of Science, 16 (1). pp. 23-43.

Burningham, K and Cooper, G (1999) Being constructive: Social constructionism and the environment SOCIOLOGY-THE JOURNAL OF THE BRITISH SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, 33 (2). pp. 297-316.

Book Section

Burningham, K (2012) NIMByism In: International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home. Elsevier, pp. 127-130. ISBN 978-0-08-047163-1

Walker, G, Devine-Wright, P, Barnett, J, Burningham, K, Cass, N, Devine-Wright, H, Speller, G, Barton, J, Evans, B, Heath, Y, Infield, D, Parks, J and Theobald, K (2010) Symmetries, expectations, dynamics and contexts: a framework for understanding public engagement with renewable energy projects In: Renewable Energy and the Public: From Nimby to Participation. Earthscan / Routledge, Taylor & Francis, London, pp. 2-14. ISBN 1844078639

Clift, R, Burningham, K and Lofstedt, R (1995) Environmental Perspectives and Environmental Assessment In: Values and the environment: A Social Science Perspective. Wiley, pp. 19-31. ISBN 0471960470

Monograph

Benzie, M, Harvey, A, Burningham, K, Hodgson, N and Siddiqi, A (2011) Vulnerability to heatwaves and drought. Case studies of adaptation to climate change in South-west England UNSPECIFIED. Joseph Rowntree Foundation, York, UK.

Bedford, T, Burningham, K, Cooper, G, Green, N and Jackson, TD (2011) Sustainable leisure: escalations, constraints and implications Working Paper.

Conference or Workshop Item

Pediaditi, K, Wehrmeyer, W, Burningham, K, Brebbia, CA, Brebbia, A and Mander, U (2006) Evaluating brownfield redevelopment projects: a review of existing sustainability indicator tools and their adoption by the UK development industry In: 3rd International Conference on Prevention, Assessment, Rehabilitation and Development of Brownfield Sites, 2006-07-19 - 2006-07-21, Tallinn, ESTONIA.

Thesis

Burningham, Kate (1996) The Social Construction of Social Impacts: An Analysis of Two Case Studies of Local Responses to New Roads. Doctoral thesis, University of Surrey.

Other

Bedford, T, Burningham, K, Cooper, G, Green, N and Jackson, TD (2011) Low Carbon Leisure. Economic and Social Research Council.

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