Alison L Browne
Alison L Browne
Senior Lecturer, Geography University of Manchester
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Stocks and flows of natural and human-derived capital in ecosystem services
L Jones, L Norton, Z Austin, AL Browne, D Donovan, BA Emmett, ...
Land use policy 52, 151-162, 2016
1512016
Developing novel approaches to tracking domestic water demand under uncertainty—A reflection on the “up scaling” of social science approaches in the United Kingdom
AL Browne, W Medd, B Anderson
Water Resources Management 27 (4), 1013-1035, 2013
902013
Patterns of practice: a reflection on the development of quantitative/mixed methodologies capturing everyday life related to water consumption in the UK
AL Browne, M Pullinger, W Medd, B Anderson
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 17 (1), 27-43, 2014
782014
Social licences to operate: for better not for worse; for richer not for poorer? The impacts of unplanned mining closure for “fence line” residential communities
AL Browne, D Stehlik, A Buckley
Local environment 16 (7), 707-725, 2011
772011
Social licences to operate: for better not for worse; for richer not for poorer? The impacts of unplanned mining closure for “fence line” residential communities
AL Browne, D Stehlik, A Buckley
Local environment 16 (7), 707-725, 2011
772011
Can people talk together about their practices? Focus groups, humour and the sensitive dynamics of everyday life
AL Browne
Area 48 (2), 198-205, 2016
722016
Patterns of water: The water related practices of households in southern England, and their influence on water consumption and demand management
M Pullinger, A Browne, B Anderson, W Medd
University of Lancaster, 2013
712013
Public policy, participation and the third position: The implication of engaging communities on their own terms
BJ Bishop, DA Vicary, AL Browne, N Guard
American journal of community psychology 43 (1-2), 111-121, 2009
542009
Insights from the everyday: Implications of reframing the governance of water supply and demand from ‘people’to ‘practice’
AL Browne
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 2 (4), 415-424, 2015
432015
Water governance assessment tool: with an elaboration for drought resilience
H Bressers, C de Boer, M Lordkipanidze, G Özerol, J Vinke-de Kruijf, ...
INTERREG IVb DROP project, 2013
352013
The water–energy–food nexus at home: New opportunities for policy interventions in household sustainability
M Foden, AL Browne, DM Evans, L Sharp, M Watson
The Geographical Journal 185 (4), 406-418, 2019
322019
New directions in understanding household water demand: a practices perspective
M Pullinger, B Anderson, AL Browne, W Medd
Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology—AQUA 62 (8), 496-506, 2013
322013
Design thinking for practice-based intervention: Co-producing the change points toolkit to unlock (un) sustainable practices
C Hoolohan, AL Browne
Design Studies 67, 102-132, 2020
282020
Method as intervention: Intervening in practice through quantitative and mixed methodologies
A Browne, W Medd, B Anderson, M Pullinger
Social practices, intervention and sustainability: Beyond behaviour change …, 2015
272015
Distributed demand and the sociology of water efficiency
A Browne, W Medd, M Pullinger, B Anderson
Water efficiency in buildings: Theory and practice, 74-87, 2013
262013
Reframing water efficiency: Determining collective approaches to change water use in the home
C Hoolohan, A Browne
British Journal of Environment and Climate Change 6 (3), 179-191, 2016
242016
Should there be more showers at the summer music festival? Studying the contextual dependence of resource consuming conventions and lessons for sustainable tourism
R Hitchings, A Browne, T Jack
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 26 (3), 496-514, 2018
232018
Challenges and opportunities for re-framing resource use policy with practice theories: The change points approach
M Watson, A Browne, D Evans, M Foden, C Hoolohan, L Sharp
Global Environmental Change 62, 102072, 2020
212020
‘Already existing’sustainability experiments: Lessons on water demand, cleanliness practices and climate adaptation from the UK camping music festival
AL Browne, T Jack, R Hitchings
Geoforum 103, 16-25, 2019
202019
Chasing our tails: Psychological, institutional and societal paradoxes in natural resource management, sustainability, and climate change in Australia
AL Browne, BJ Bishop
American journal of community psychology 47 (3), 354-361, 2011
192011
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