Jennifer E. Givens
Jennifer E. Givens
Associate Professor of Sociology, Utah State University
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The effects of affluence, economic development, and environmental degradation on environmental concern: A multilevel analysis
JE Givens, AK Jorgenson
Organization & Environment 24 (1), 74-91, 2011
Ecologically unequal exchange: A theory of global environmental injustice
JE Givens, X Huang, AK Jorgenson
Sociology Compass 13 (5), e12693, 2019
Individual environmental concern in the world polity: A multilevel analysis
JE Givens, AK Jorgenson
Social Science Research 42 (2), 418-431, 2013
Economic globalization and environmental concern: A multilevel analysis of individuals within 37 nations
AK Jorgenson, JE Givens
Environment and Behavior 46 (7), 848-871, 2014
Eco-habitus or eco-powerlessness? Examining environmental concern across social class
EH Kennedy, JE Givens
Sociological Perspectives 62 (5), 646-667, 2019
At home, in public, and in between: Gender differences in public, private and transportation pro-environmental behaviors in the US Intermountain West
MD Briscoe, JE Givens, SO Hazboun, RS Krannich
Environmental Sociology 5 (4), 374-392, 2019
The changing effect of economic development on the consumption-based carbon intensity of well-being, 1990–2008
AK Jorgenson, J Givens
PloS one 10 (5), e0123920, 2015
The environmental impacts of militarization in comparative perspective: an overlooked relationship
AK Jorgenson, B Clark, JE Givens
Nature and Culture 7 (3), 314-337, 2012
Urbanization, slums, and the carbon intensity of well-being: implications for sustainable development
JE Givens
Human Ecology Review 22 (1), 107-128, 2015
Ecologically unequal exchange and the carbon intensity of well-being, 1990–2011
JE Givens
Environmental Sociology 4 (3), 311-324, 2018
Incorporating social system dynamics in the Columbia River Basin: Food-energy-water resilience and sustainability modeling in the Yakima River Basin
JE Givens, J Padowski, CD Guzman, K Malek, R Witinok-Huber, ...
Frontiers in environmental science 6, 104, 2018
Power, proximity, and physiology: does income inequality and racial composition amplify the impacts of air pollution on life expectancy in the United States?
AK Jorgenson, TD Hill, B Clark, RP Thombs, P Ore, KS Balistreri, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (2), 024013, 2020
Four agendas for research and policy on emissions mitigation and well-being
JT Roberts, JK Steinberger, T Dietz, WF Lamb, R York, AK Jorgenson, ...
Global Sustainability 3, e3, 2020
Global climate change negotiations, the treadmill of destruction, and world society: an analysis of Kyoto Protocol ratification
JE Givens
International Journal of Sociology 44 (2), 7-36, 2014
Keep quiet on climate: Assessing public response to seven renewable energy frames in the Western United States
SO Hazboun, M Briscoe, J Givens, R Krannich
Energy Research & Social Science 57, 101243, 2019
Inequality amplifies the negative association between life expectancy and air pollution: A cross-national longitudinal study
AK Jorgenson, RP Thombs, B Clark, JE Givens, TD Hill, X Huang, ...
Science of the Total Environment 758, 143705, 2021
The politics of decarbonization: Examining conservative partisanship and differential support for climate change science and renewable energy in Utah
SO Hazboun, PD Howe, DL Coppock, JE Givens
Energy Research & Social Science 70, 101769, 2020
World society, world polity, and the carbon intensity of well-being, 1990–2011
JE Givens
Sociology of Development 3 (4), 403-435, 2017
Ecologically unequal exchange of plastic waste? A longitudinal analysis of international trade in plastic waste
Y Bai, J Givens
Journal of World-Systems Research 27 (1), 265-287, 2021
Impacts of climate change on multiple use management of Bureau of Land Management land in the Intermountain West, USA
EM Brice, BA Miller, H Zhang, K Goldstein, SN Zimmer, GJ Grosklos, ...
Ecosphere 11 (11), e03286, 2020
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