Tim Harries
Tim Harries
Department for Transport
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Victim pressure, institutional inertia and climate change adaptation: The case of flood risk
T Harries, E Penning-Rowsell
Global Environmental Change 21 (1), 188-197, 2011
Feeling secure or being secure? Why it can seem better not to protect yourself against a natural hazard
T Harries
Health, risk & society 10 (5), 479-490, 2008
Is social norms marketing effective? A case study in domestic electricity consumption
T Harries, R Rettie, M Studley, K Burchell, S Chambers
European Journal of Marketing 47 (9), 1458-1475, 2013
The anticipated emotional consequences of adaptive behaviour—Impacts on the take-up of household flood-protection measures
T Harries
Environment and Planning A 44 (3), 649-668, 2012
Review of disability estimates and definitions: A study carried out on behalf of the department for work and pensions
M Bajekal, T Harris, R Breman, K Woodfield
Department for Work and Pensions, Social Research Division, 2004
Effectiveness of a smartphone app in increasing physical activity amongst male adults: a randomised controlled trial
T Harries, P Eslambolchilar, R Rettie, C Stride, S Walton, ...
BMC public health 16, 1-10, 2016
Flood resilience community pathfinder evaluation: Rapid evidence assessment
C Twigger-Ross, E Kashefi, S Weldon, K Brooks, H Deeming, S Forrest, ...
84xq6, 2014
Walking in the wild–using an always-on smartphone application to increase physical activity
T Harries, P Eslambolchilar, C Stride, R Rettie, S Walton
Human-Computer Interaction–INTERACT 2013: 14th IFIP TC 13 International …, 2013
Systematisation, evaluation and context conditions of structural and non-structural measures for flood risk reduction
J Schanze, G Hutter, A Offert, EC Penning-Rowsell, D Parker, T Harries, ...
CRUE Funding Initiative on Flood Risk Management Research, 2008
Walking as a social practice: dispersed walking and the organisation of everyday practices
T Harries, R Rettie
Sociology of Health & Illness 38 (6), 874-883, 2016
Why it takes an ‘ontological shock’to prompt increases in small firm resilience: Sensemaking, emotions and flood risk
T Harries, L McEwen, A Wragg
International Small Business Journal 36 (6), 712-733, 2018
Householder responses to flood risk: the consequences of the search for ontological security
T Harries
Middlesex University, 2015
Responding to flood risk in the UK
T Harries
Cities at risk: Living with perils in the 21st century, 45-72, 2013
A step in the journey to food waste: How and why mealtime surpluses become unwanted
A Aleshaiwi, T Harries
Appetite 158, 105040, 2021
New Deal for Disabled People: Third synthesis report–key findings from the evaluation
B Stafford, S Bell, R Kornfield, K Lam, L Orr, K Ashworth, L Adelman, ...
Department of Work & Pensions, 2007
Ontological Security and Natural Hazards
T Harries
Oxford Research Encylopedia of Natural Hazard Science, 2017
Flood resilience community pathfinder evaluation: Final evaluation report
C Twigger-Ross, P Orr, K Brooks, R Sadauskis, H Deeming, J Fielding, ...
Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, 2015
Cities at risk: Living with perils in the 21st century
H Joffe, T Rossetto, J Adams
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
Shedding new light on the (in) compatibility of chronic disease management with everyday life–social practice theory, mobile technologies and the interwoven time‐spaces of …
T Harries, R Rettie, J Gabe
Sociology of health & illness 41 (7), 1396-1409, 2019
Childcare: how local markets respond to national initiatives
T Harries, I La Valle, S Dickens
Department for Education and Skills, 2004
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