Tim Kurz
Tim Kurz
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Network analysis reveals open forums and echo chambers in social media discussions of climate change
HTP Williams, JR McMurray, T Kurz, FH Lambert
Global environmental change 32, 126-138, 2015
3552015
Co-benefits of addressing climate change can motivate action around the world
PG Bain, TL Milfont, Y Kashima, M Bilewicz, G Doron, RB Gar­arsdˇttir, ...
Nature climate change 6 (2), 154-157, 2016
2622016
Dominant frames in legacy and social media coverage of the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report
S O’Neill, HTP Williams, T Kurz, B Wiersma, M Boykoff
Nature Climate Change 5 (4), 380-385, 2015
2272015
Habitual behaviors or patterns of practice? Explaining and changing repetitive climate‐relevant actions
T Kurz, B Gardner, B Verplanken, C Abraham
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 6 (1), 113-128, 2015
1852015
Utilizing a Social‐Ecological Framework to Promote Water and Energy Conservation: A Field Experiment1
T Kurz, N Donaghue, I Walker
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 35 (6), 1281-1300, 2005
1652005
The psychology of environmentally sustainable behavior: Fitting together pieces of the puzzle
T Kurz
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 2 (1), 257-278, 2002
1462002
Empowerment'and the pole: A discursive investigation of the reinvention of pole dancing as a recreational activity
K Whitehead, T Kurz
Feminism & Psychology 19 (2), 224-244, 2009
1252009
Attitudinal and community influences on participation in new curbside recycling initiatives in Northern Ireland
T Kurz, M Linden, N Sheehy
Environment and Behavior 39 (3), 367-391, 2007
1052007
The ways that people talk about natural resources: Discursive strategies as barriers to environmentally sustainable practices
T Kurz, N Donaghue, M Rapley, I Walker
British journal of social psychology 44 (4), 603-620, 2005
1032005
Contesting the ‘national interest’and maintaining ‘our lifestyle’: A discursive analysis of political rhetoric around climate change
T Kurz, M Augoustinos, S Crabb
British journal of social psychology 49 (3), 601-625, 2010
852010
Biodiversity in the front yard: An investigation of landscape preference in a domestic urban context
T Kurz, C Baudains
Environment and Behavior 44 (2), 166-196, 2012
752012
Spinning the pole: A discursive analysis of the websites of recreational pole dancing studios
N Donaghue, T Kurz, K Whitehead
Feminism & Psychology 21 (4), 443-457, 2011
702011
On the relation between social dominance orientation and environmentalism: A 25-nation study
TL Milfont, PG Bain, Y Kashima, V Corral-Verdugo, C Pasquali, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (7), 802-814, 2018
672018
“Giving guilt the flick”? An investigation of mothers’ talk about guilt in relation to infant feeding
K Williams, N Donaghue, T Kurz
Psychology of Women Quarterly 37 (1), 97-112, 2013
462013
‘Distancers’ and ‘non‐distancers’? The potential social psychological impact of moralizing COVID‐19 mitigating practices on sustained behaviour change
AMB Prosser, M Judge, JW Bolderdijk, L Blackwood, T Kurz
British Journal of Social Psychology 59 (3), 653-662, 2020
442020
A model of climate belief profiles: How much does it matter if people question human causation?
CG Sibley, T Kurz
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 13 (1), 245-261, 2013
442013
Cultural dynamics of stereotyping: Social network processes and the perpetuation of stereotypes
A Lyons, A Clark, Y Kashima, T Kurz
Stereotype dynamics, 69-102, 2007
432007
Saints, sinners and standards of femininity: discursive constructions of anorexia nervosa and obesity in women's magazines
K Whitehead, T Kurz
Journal of Gender Studies 17 (4), 345-358, 2008
422008
Public views of the sustainable development goals across countries
PG Bain, PM Kroonenberg, LO Johansson, TL Milfont, CR Crimston, ...
Nature sustainability 2 (9), 819-825, 2019
332019
Discursive constructions of infant feeding: The dilemma of mothers’‘guilt’
K Williams, T Kurz, M Summers, S Crabb
Feminism & Psychology 23 (3), 339-358, 2013
322013
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