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Renewable Energy and the Public
Throughout the world, the threat of climate change is pressing governments to accelerate the deployment of technologies to generate low carbon electricity or heat. But this is frequently leading to controversy, as energy and planning policies are ...
Robert Mugerauer, Lynne C Manzo
Because many people and ecosystems share-or constitute-any given place, they all have a stake in the outcome of what any of us do in regard to environmental problems. It is not surprising that issues are hotly contested given the many divergent in...
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"A book unique in exploring applications of place attachment theory and research to such topics as global climate change, mobility studies, public housing redevelopment, intergroup conflict, nature resource management, environmental criminology, pro-environmental behavior and civic engagement." EDRA Award Committee An excellent overview of contemporary place attachment theory, method and applications. It provides some clear signposts for future place attachment enquiry and is relevant to academics and practitioners who are both new to or experienced with the place attachment literature. - Christopher Raymond, Estudios de Psicologia Lynne Manzo and Patrick Devine-Wright have made an excellent work in assembling an international and interdisciplinary team of authors, who provide up-to-date knowledge of current state of research on theoretical, methodological, and applied issues related to one of the most fascinating and elusive concepts of environmental psychology. - - M. Vittoria Giuliani, ISTC-CNR, Italy The essays provide researchers, practitioners, and policy makers material needed to understand and nurture the importance of place for individuals and communities. - Robert Mugerauer, University of Washington, USA
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Lynne C. Manzo is an environmental psychologist and associate professor in the University of Washington's College of Built Environments, Seattle, Washington, USA. She specializes in the study of place meaning, attachments, identity, the politics of place, and the experience of displacement in the context of public housing. Patrick Devine-Wright holds a Chair in Human Geography at the University of Exeter, UK, and has researched the relevance of place attachments and place identities for understanding "NIMBY" (Not In My Back Yard) controversies over the siting of energy technologies.
Introduction Lynne C. Manzo and Patrick Devine Wright Part 1: Theory 1. Place Attachment and Phenomenology: The Synergistic Dynamism of Place David Seamon 2. Comparing the Theories of Interpersonal and Place Attachment Leila Scannell and Robert Gifford 3. Place Attachment in an Age of Mobility Per Gustafson 4. In Search of Roots: Memory as Enabler of Place Attachment Maria Lewicka 5. Community Place Attachment and its Role in Social Capital Development Nikolay Mihaylov and Douglas D. Perkins 6. Place Attachment as Discursive Practice Andres Di Masso, John Dixon, and Kevin Durrheim Part 2: Methods 7. "Beyond the Commodity Metaphor" Revisited: Some Methodological Reflections on Place Attachment Research Daniel Williams 8. Articulating Transnational Attachments through on-site Narratives Clare Rishbeth 9. Photo Based Methods for Understanding Place Meanings as Foundations of Attachment Richard Stedman 10. Theoretical and Methodological Aspects of Research on Place Attachment Bernardo Hernandez, M. Carmen Hidalgo, and Cristina Ruiz Part 3: Applications 11. "The Frayed Knot:" What Happens to Place Attachment in the Context of Serial Forced Displacement? Mindy Fullilove 12. Place Attachment, Community Identification and Pro-Environmental Engagement Giuseppe Carrus, Massimiliano Scopelliti, Ferdinando Fornara, Mirilia Bonnes, and Marino Bonaiuto 13. The Dynamics of Place Attachment in a Climate Changed World Patrick Devine-Wright 14. Exploring the Shadow Side: Place Attachment in the Context of Stigma, Displacement and social Housing Lynne C. Manzo 15. Do Not Detach! Instructions From and For Community Design Randolf T. Hester Jr.