Sociotechnical matters: Reviewing and integrating science and technology studies with energy social science
Human dimensions of marine protected areas and small-scale fisheries management: A review of the interpretations
Unravelling potentials and limitations of sharing economy in reducing unnecessary consumption: A social science perspective
Practising co-production and interdisciplinarity: Challenges and implications for one health research
Kid influencers in Spain: understanding the themes they address and preteens' engagement with their YouTube channels
Is there really such a thing as “one health”? Thinking about a more than human world from the perspective of cultural anthropology
Four decades of innovation research in forestry and the forest-based industries – A systematic literature review
Grounding simulation models with qualitative case studies: Toward a holistic framework to make climate science usable for US public land management
Research Methodology and Community Participation: A Decade of Indigenous Social Science Research in Canada.
Striving for Equal Opportunities: Gender Identities and Educational Challenges of Ethnic Migrants in Northwest China
‘The bills are a brick wall’: Narratives of energy vulnerability, poverty and adaptation in South Wales
Numbering others: Religious demography, identity, and fertility management experiences in contemporary India
Associations between majors of graduating seniors and average SATs of incoming students within higher education in the U.S.
Knowledge, attitudes, intentions, and behavior related to green infrastructure for flood management: A systematic literature review
Renewable energy research and technologies through responsible research and innovation looking glass: Reflexions, theoretical approaches and contemporary discourses
Parallel worlds: an ethnography of care in an Afghan maternity hospital...Reprinted with permission from Social Science & Medicine, 216, pp 33-40.
TWO MAGICAL SPACES? - ESTÁDIO DOS AFLITOS AND ARENA PERNAMBUCO UNDER MARC AUGÉ'S ANTHROPOLOGY OF SUPERMODERNITY VIEW.
Japanese‐American confinement and scientific democracy: Colonialism, social engineering, and government administration.
Social class and the cultural turn: Anthropology, sociology and the post-industrial politics of 21st century Britain.