Chris High
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Understanding adaptation: what can social capital offer assessments of adaptive capacity?
M Pelling, C High
Global environmental change 15 (4), 308-319, 2005
Shadow spaces for social learning: a relational understanding of adaptive capacity to climate change within organisations
M Pelling, C High, J Dearing, D Smith
Environment and planning A 40 (4), 867-884, 2008
‘Strange changes’: Indigenous perspectives of climate change and adaptation in NE Arnhem Land (Australia)
L Petheram, KK Zander, BM Campbell, C High, N Stacey
Global Environmental Change 20 (4), 681-692, 2010
Social learning in LEADER: Exogenous, endogenous and hybrid evaluation in rural development
C High, G Nemes
Sociologia ruralis 47 (2), 103-119, 2007
Comparative value of wild and domestic plants in home gardens of a South African rural village
C High, CM Shackleton
Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000
The politics of performance: Methodological challenges of researching children’s experiences of childhood through the lens of participatory video
H Lomax, J Fink, N Singh, C High
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 14 (3), 231-243, 2011
Social learning and adaptation to climate change
M Pelling, C High
Benfield Hazard Research Centre, Disaster Studies Working Paper 11, 1-19, 2005
Theoretical frameworks for learning-based approaches to change in industrialised-country agricultures
RL Ison, C High, CP Blackmore, M Cerf
LEARN. eds. Cow up a Tree. Knowing and Learning for Change in Agriculture …, 2000
Defining participatory video from practice
C High, N Singh, L Petheram, G Nemes
Handbook of participatory video, 35-48, 2012
Understanding informal institutions: Networks and communities in rural development
C High, M Pelling, G Nemes
Importance of animation actions in the operation of Hungarian Local Action Groups
J Katona-Kovács, C High, G Nemes
IEHAS Discussion Papers, 2011
Beyond the New Rural Paradigm: project state and collective reflexive agency
G Nemes, C High, A Augustyn
Routledge, 2014
Lenses for learning: Visual techniques in natural resource management
L Petheram, C High, BM Campbell, N Stacey
Journal of Environmental management 92 (10), 2734-2745, 2011
Opening spaces for learning: A systems approach to sustainable development.
C High
Using visual products derived from community research to inform natural resource management policy
L Petheram, N Stacey, BM Campbell, C High
Land Use Policy 29 (1), 1-10, 2012
Are shadows dark? Governance, informal institutions and corruption in rural India
C High, R Slater, S Rengasamy
Rural Governance, 293-308, 2006
Reflexive agency and multi-level governance: Mediating integrated rural development in Hungary
G Nemes, C High, F Huzair
Rural Governance, 118-132, 2006
Local agency, adaptation and the shadow system: The institutional architecture of social learning in rural areas of the UK and India
C High, M Pelling, S Rengasamy
Old institutions, new challenges: the agricultural knowledge system in Hungary
G Nemes, C High
Studies in agricultural economics 115 (2), 76-84, 2013
Using participatory video to evaluate community development
G Nemes, C High, N Shafer, R Goldsmith
XXII European Congress of Rural Sociology, Wageningen, Netherlands, 1-25, 2007
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