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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
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
Defeating Kyoto: The conservative movement's impact on US climate change policy
AM McCright, RE Dunlap
Social problems 50 (3), 348-373, 2003
Organized climate change denial
RE Dunlap, AM McCright
The Oxford handbook of climate change and society 1, 144-160, 2011
The effects of gender on climate change knowledge and concern in the American public
AM McCright
Population and Environment 32, 66-87, 2010
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
Challenging climate change: The denial countermovement
RE Dunlap, AM McCright
Climate change and society: Sociological perspectives, 2015
AM McCright, RE Dunlap
Theory, Culture & Society 27 (2-3), 100-133, 2010
The political divide on climate change: Partisan polarization widens in the US
RE Dunlap, AM McCright, JH Yarosh
Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 58 (5), 4-23, 2016
Political ideology and views about climate change in the European Union
AM McCright, RE Dunlap, ST Marquart-Pyatt
Environmental Politics 25 (2), 338-358, 2016
Politics and environment in America: Partisan and ideological cleavages in public support for environmentalism
RE Dunlap, C Xiao, AM McCright
Environmental politics 10 (4), 23-48, 2001
Climate change denial: Sources, actors and strategies
RE Dunlap, AM McCright
Routledge handbook of climate change and society, 240-259, 2010
Gender differences in environmental concern: Revisiting the institutional trust hypothesis in the USA
C Xiao, AM McCright
Environment and Behavior 47 (1), 17-37, 2015
Political polarization on support for government spending on environmental protection in the USA, 1974–2012
AM McCright, C Xiao, RE Dunlap
Social science research 48, 251-260, 2014
Ideology, capitalism, and climate: Explaining public views about climate change in the United States
AM McCright, ST Marquart-Pyatt, RL Shwom, SR Brechin, S Allen
Energy Research & Social Science 21, 180-189, 2016
Perceived scientific agreement and support for government action on climate change in the USA
AM McCright, RE Dunlap, C Xiao
Climatic Change 119, 511-518, 2013
The influence of political ideology on trust in science
AM McCright, K Dentzman, M Charters, T Dietz
Environmental Research Letters 8 (4), 044029, 2013
Examining the effectiveness of climate change frames in the face of a climate change denial counter‐frame
AM McCright, M Charters, K Dentzman, T Dietz
Topics in cognitive science 8 (1), 76-97, 2016
Politics eclipses climate extremes for climate change perceptions
ST Marquart-Pyatt, AM McCright, T Dietz, RE Dunlap
Global environmental change 29, 246-257, 2014
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