Riley Dunlap
Riley Dunlap
Dresser Professor and Regents Professor of Sociology, Oklahoma State University
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New trends in measuring environmental attitudes: measuring endorsement of the new ecological paradigm: a revised NEP scale
RE Dunlap, KD Van Liere, AG Mertig, RE Jones
Journal of social issues 56 (3), 425-442, 2000
The new environmental paradigm: a proposed measuring instrument and preliminary result
RE Dunlap, KD Van Liere
Journal of environmental education 9, 10-19, 1978
The social bases of environmental concern: A review of hypotheses, explanations and empirical evidence
KDV Liere, RE Dunlap
Public opinion quarterly 44 (2), 181-197, 1980
The politicization of climate change and polarization in the American public's views of global warming, 2001–2010
AM McCright, RE Dunlap
The Sociological Quarterly 52 (2), 155-194, 2011
Environmental sociology: A new paradigm
WR Catton Jr, RE Dunlap
The american sociologist, 41-49, 1978
Cool dudes: The denial of climate change among conservative white males in the United States
AM McCright, RE Dunlap
Global environmental change 21 (4), 1163-1172, 2011
Environmental Concern: Conceptual and Measurement Issues
RE Dunlap, RE Jones
Handbook of Environmental Sociology, 482-524, 2002
Environmental Sociology: A Framework for Analysis
RE Dunlap, J Catton, William R.
Progress in Resource Management and Environmental Planning 1, 57-85, 1979
The new environmental paradigm scale: From marginality to worldwide use
RE Dunlap
The Journal of environmental education 40 (1), 3-18, 2008
Environmental Sociology
RE Dunlap
Handbook of Environmental Psychology, 160-171, 2002
Environmental Sociology
RE Dunlap, EA Rosa
The Encyclopedia of Sociology 2, 800-813, 2000
A new ecological paradigm for post-exuberant sociology
WR Catton Jr, RE Dunlap
American behavioral scientist 24 (1), 15-47, 1980
Defeating Kyoto: The conservative movement's impact on US climate change policy
AM McCright, RE Dunlap
Social problems 50 (3), 348-373, 2003
The Social Bases of Environmental Concern: Have They Changed Over Time?1
RE Jones, RE Dunlap
Rural sociology 57 (1), 28-47, 1992
The organisation of denial: Conservative think tanks and environmental scepticism
PJ Jacques, RE Dunlap, M Freeman
Environmental politics 17 (3), 349-385, 2008
Environmental Sociology
RE Dunlap, BK Marshall
21st Century Sociology 2, 329-340, 2007
Environmental concern: Does it make a difference how it's measured?
KD Van Liere, RE Dunlap
Environment and behavior 13 (6), 651-676, 1981
Challenging global warming as a social problem: An analysis of the conservative movement's counter-claims
AM McCright, RE Dunlap
Social problems 47 (4), 499-522, 2000
A widening gap: Republican and Democratic views on climate change
RE Dunlap, AM McCright
Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 50 (5), 26-35, 2008
Commitment to the dominant social paradigm and concern for environmental quality
RE Dunlap, KD Liere
Social science quarterly 65 (4), 1013, 1984
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