The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Renewable energy, NIMBY, Opposition, Place attachment and Wind power. The concepts of his Renewable energy study are interwoven with issues in Economic growth, Public economics, Process and Diversity. Patrick Devine-Wright has researched NIMBY in several fields, including Political economy and Public engagement.
His Opposition study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Offshore wind power, Empirical research, Social psychology and The Symbolic. His Place attachment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Procedural justice, Social science, Place identity and Environmental ethics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Social acceptance, Public value and Contradiction in addition to Wind power.
Patrick Devine-Wright spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Renewable energy, Place attachment, Public relations and Environmental planning. His Renewable energy research includes elements of Wind power, Environmental economics, NIMBY and Environmental resource management. His NIMBY research incorporates themes from Empirical research and Public engagement.
Patrick Devine-Wright interconnects Epistemology, Environmental ethics, Opposition and Place identity in the investigation of issues within Place attachment. His research integrates issues of Focus group and Political economy in his study of Opposition. His work carried out in the field of Public relations brings together such families of science as Perception and Social engagement.
Patrick Devine-Wright mainly focuses on Environmental planning, Political economy, Politics, Energy infrastructure and Place attachment. Patrick Devine-Wright usually deals with Environmental planning and limits it to topics linked to Offshore wind power and Renewable energy. His Political economy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Environmental impact of the energy industry, The Imaginary, Opposition and Populism.
In his work, Procedural justice is strongly intertwined with Focus group, which is a subfield of Opposition. The various areas that Patrick Devine-Wright examines in his Place attachment study include Mobilities and Gender studies, Precarity. His NIMBY study combines topics in areas such as Social acceptance, Wind power, Environmental economics and Public economics.
Patrick Devine-Wright mainly investigates Identity, Sustainability, Place attachment, Social acceptance and Renewable energy. Patrick Devine-Wright combines subjects such as Empathy, Environmental ethics and Argument with his study of Identity. The various areas that Patrick Devine-Wright examines in his Sustainability study include Abundance, Biodiversity, Urban ecosystem and Environmental planning.
Patrick Devine-Wright performs integrative study on Place attachment and Sketch. His Social acceptance study combines topics in areas such as NIMBY, Wind power, Empirical research and Public economics. The concepts of his Renewable energy study are interwoven with issues in Quantitative research and Management science.
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Psychological benefits of greenspace increase with biodiversity
Beyond NIMBYism: towards an integrated framework for understanding public perceptions of wind energy
Wind Energy (2005)
Rethinking NIMBYism: The role of place attachment and place identity in explaining place‐protective action
Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology (2009)
Community renewable energy: What should it mean?
Gordon Walker;Patrick Devine-Wright.
Energy Policy (2008)
Disruption to place attachment and the protection of restorative environments: A wind energy case study
Patrick Devine-Wright;Yuko Howes.
Journal of Environmental Psychology (2010)
Trust and community: Exploring the meanings, contexts and dynamics of community renewable energy
Gordon Walker;Patrick Devine-Wright;Sue Hunter;Sue Hunter;Helen High;Helen High.
Energy Policy (2010)
Psychological research and global climate change
Susan Clayton;Patrick Devine-Wright;Paul C. Stern;Lorraine Whitmarsh.
Harnessing Community Energies: explaining and evaluating community-based localism in renewable energy policy in the UK.
Gordon Walker;Sue Hunter;Patrick Devine-Wright;Bob Evans.
Global Environmental Politics (2007)
Social acceptance of low carbon energy and associated infrastructures: A critical discussion
Susana Batel;Susana Batel;Patrick Devine-Wright;Torvald Tangeland.
Energy Policy (2013)
Place attachment and public acceptance of renewable energy: A tidal energy case study
Journal of Environmental Psychology (2011)
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