Selected Bibliography on Energy Communication
Selected Bibliography on Energy Communication
(re-uploaded on 14 May 2018 due to technical problem with the Birkbeck website)
• Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) (2016), Update Report 2015–16. http://www.behaviouralinsights.co.uk/publications/the-behavioural-insights-teams-update-report-2015-16/
• Bennett, T. and P. Joyce (2010), ‘Material Powers: Introduction’, in Tony Bennett and Patrick Joyce (eds.), Material Powers: Cultural Studies, History and the Material Turn, pp. 1–21(London: Routledge).
• Chappells, H. and F. Trentmann (2018), ‘Disruption in and across Time’ in Elizabeth Shove and Frank Trentmann (eds.), Infrastructures in Practice: the Evolution of Demand in Networked Societies (forthcoming).
• Chatterjee, H., L. Hannan and L. Thompson (2015), ‘An Introduction to Object-Based Learning and Multisensory Engagement’, in H. Chaterjee and L. Hannan (eds.), Engaging the Senses: Object-Based Learning in Higher Education (Surrey: Routledge).
• Cotton, M. And P. Devine-Wright (2011), ‘NIMBYism and Community Consultation in Electricity Transmission Network Planning’, in P. Devine-Wright (ed.), Renewable Energy and the Public: From NIMBY to Participation (London: Earthscan).
• Cozen, B., D. Endres, T. Peterson and J. Barnett, (2017), ‘Energy Communication: Theory and Praxis Towards a Sustainable Energy Future’, Environmental Communication. https://doi.org/10.1080/17524032.2017.1398176
• Devine-Wright, P. (2011), ‘Public Engagement with Renewable Energy: Introduction’, in P. Devine-Wright (ed.), Renewable Energy and the Public: From NIMBY to Participation (London: Earthscan).
• Endres, D., B. Cozen, J. Barnett, M. O’Byrne and T. Peterson (2016), ‘Communicating Energy in a Climate (of) Crisis’, Annals of the International Communication Association, 40.1. https://doi.org/10.1080/23808985.2015.11735267
• Kent, M. and Taylor, M. (2002), ‘Toward a Dialogic Theory of Public Relations’, Public Relations Review, 28, pp. 21–37. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0363-8111(02)00108-X
• Lee, T., and N. Balchin (1995), ‘Learning and Attitude Change at British Nuclear Fuel’s Sellafield Visitors Centre’, Journal of Environmental Psychology, 15.4. https://doi.org/10.1006/jevp.1995.0025
• Paris, S. (ed.), (2002), Perspectives on Ojbect-Centered Learning in Museums (Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum Associates).
• Owen, G. (1999), Public Purpose or Private Benefit? Politics of Energy Conservation (Manchester; Manchester University Press).
• Remillard, C. (2011), ‘Picturing Environmental Risk: The Canadian Oil Sands and the National Geographic’, Communication Gazette, 73 (1–2), pp. 127–43. https://doi.org/10.1177/1748048510386745
• Shin, H. (2016), ‘Preparing a Solar Take-Off: Solar Energy Demonstration and Exhibitions in Japan, 1945–1993’, in Alain Beltran (ed.), Electrical Worlds: Creations, Circulations, Tensions, Transitions (Brussels; Peter Lang, 2016).
• Shin, H. and F. Trentmann (2018a), ‘Energy Shortages and the Politics of Time: Resilience, Redistribution and “Normality” in Japan and East Germany, 1940s–70s’, in J. Brewer, N. Fromer and F. Trentmann (eds.), Scarcity in the Modern World: History, Politics, Society and Sustainability, 1800–2075 (Bloomsbury).
• Shin H., and F. Trentmann (2018b), ‘The Material Politics of Energy Disruption: Managing Shortages Amidst Rising Expectations, Britain 1930s-60s’, in D. C. Needham (ed.), Money and Market: Essays in Honour of Martin Daunton (Boydell and Brewer, forthcoming in 2018).
• Simon, N. (2010), The Participatory Museum (Santa Cruz, Ca.; Museum 2.0).
• Szeman, I. and D. Boyer (2017), ‘Introduction’, in I. Szeman and D. Boyer (eds.), Energy Humanities: An Anthology (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press).
• Trentmann, F. (2009), ‘Materiality in the Future of History: Things, Practices, and Politics’, Journal of British Studies, 48, pp. 283–307. https://doi.org/10.1086/596123
• Wilhite, H. (2013), ‘Energy Consumption as Cultural Practice: Implications for the Theory and Policy of Sustainable Energy Use’, in S. Strauss, S. Rupp and T. Love (eds.), Cultures of Energy: Power, Practices, Technologies (Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press).
• Wright, R., and F. Trentmann, ‘The Social Life of Energy Futures: Experts, People and Demand in the Golden Age of Modernism, C1900-1973’ in F. Trentmann (ed.), Futures Past (Oekom, forthcoming in 2018).
• Wüstenhagen, R., Wolsink, M. and Bürer, M. (2007), ‘Social Acceptance of Renewable Energy Innovation: An Introduction to the Concept’, Energy Policy, 35, pp. 2683–2691. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2006.12.001