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Texas A&M University
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Books and Book Chapters


2018

  • Kurian, Mathew, Kent E. Portney, Gerhard Rappold, Bryce Hannibal and Solomon H. Gebrechorkos. 2018. “Governance of Water-Energy-Food Nexus: A Social Network Analysis Approach to Understanding Agency Behaviour,” Chapter 6 in Stephan Hülsmann and Reza Ardakanian, eds. Managing Water, Soil and Waste Resources to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals: Monitoring and Implementation of Integrated Resources Management. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.
  • Portney, Kent E. 2018. “Taking Sustainable Cities Seriously: What Cities are Doing,” Chapter 12 in Norman Vig and Michael Kraft, eds. Environmental Policy. 10th ed. LA: Sage/CQ Press.
  • Sansom, Garett and Kent E. Portney. 2018. "Sustainable Cities Policies and Healthy Cities," Chapter 3 in M. Nieuwenhuijsen and H. Khreis, eds. Integrating Human Health into Urban Transportation Planning. Springer International Publishing.

2017

  • Portney, Kent E. 2017. “Soil-Water-Food Nexus: A Public Opinion and Policy Perspective.” In Global Soil Security, Progress in Soil Science, edited by Damien J. Field, Cristine L.S. Morgan, and Alex B. McBratney, 371-381. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature.
  • Robinson, Scott E., James W. Stoutenborough, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2017. “Assessing Public Support for Government Policy: Comparing Experimental and Attitudinal Approaches.” In Experiments in Public Administration Research: Challenges and Contributions, edited by S. Jilke, O. James, and G. Van Ryzin, 376-393. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Robinson, Scott E., James W. Stoutenborough, and Arnold Vedlitz. 2017. Understanding Public Trust: Environmental Sustainability, Fracking, and Public Opinion in American Politics. New York: Routledge Publishing.

2016

  • Portney, Kent E., and Jeffrey M. Berry. 2016. “The Group and Ideological Bases of Local Sustainability Policies and Programs. In Handbook of Cities and the Environment edited by Kevin Archer and Kris Bezdecny, 263-278. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.

2015

  • Portney, Kent E. 2015. Sustainability. The MIT Press Essential Knowledge Series. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

2012

  • Cantele, Matthew P., Rebecca Hannagan, and Doug R. Oxley. 2012."From Embodiment to Public Policy: The Intersection of Individual Physiology, Psychology, and Socio-Institutional Policy Behaviors." In Research in Biopolitics, edited by Steven A. Peterson, 157-177. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

2011

  • Lindquist, Eric. 2011. "An American Perspective on Sustainable Development: What is It, Where is It, and What are the Prospects for the Future?" In Sustainable Development, an Integrative Paradigm?: A Transatlantic View on Politics, Economy and Society, edited by Michael Meimeth and John D. Robertson, 11-21. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

2006

  • Liu, X. (2006). Modeling Bilateral International Relations. New York: Palgrave-Macmillan.

2005

  • Lubell, M., Sabatier, P., Vedlitz, A., Focht, W., Trachtenberg, Z., & Matlock, M. D. (2005). Conclusions and Recommendations. In P. Sabatier, W. Focht, M. Lubell, Z. Trachtenberg, A. Vedlitz & M. D. Matlock (Eds.), Swimming Upstream: Collaborative Approaches to Watershed Management (pp. 261-296). Cambridge: MIT Press.
  • Real, K., & Poole, M. S. (2005). Innovation Implementation: Conceptualization and Measurement in Organizational Research. In R. W. Woodman & W. A. Pasmore (Eds.), Research in Organizational Change and Development (Vol. 15, pp. 63-135). Amsterdam: Elsevier/JAI.
  • Sabatier, P., Focht, W., Lubell, M., Trachtenberg, Z., Vedlitz, A., & Matlock, M. D. (Eds.). (2005). Swimming Upstream: Collaborative Approaches to Watershed Management. Cambridge: The MIT Press.
  • Samuelson, C. D., Vedlitz, A., Whitten, G., Matlock, M. D., Alston, L., Peterson, T. R., et al. (2005). Citizen Participation and Representation in Collaborative Engagement Processes. In P. Sabatier, W. Focht, M. Lubell, Z. Trachtenberg, A. Vedlitz & M. D. Matlock (Eds.), Swimming Upstream: Collaborative Approaches to Watershed Management (pp. 138-169). Cambridge: MIT Press.
  • Vo, H. V., Poole, M. S., & Courtney, J. F. (2005). An Empirical Comparison of Collective Causal Mapping Approaches. In D. J. Armstrong & V. K. Narayanan (Eds.), Causal Mapping for Research in Information Technology (pp. 142-173). Hershey, PA: Idea Group.

2004

  • Courtney, J. F., Richardson, S. M., & Paradice, D. B. (2004). Decision Support Systems for Ecosystems Management: A Singerian Approach to Urban Infrastructure Decision Making. In M. A. Quaddus & M. A. B. Siddique (Eds.), A Handbook of Sustainable Development Planning: Studies in Modelling and Decision Support. Norhampton, MA: Edward Elgar.

2003

  • Gray, B. (2003). Freeze Framing: The Timeless Dialogue of Intractability Surrounding the Voyageurs National Park. In R. J. Lewicki, B. Gray & M. Elliott (Eds.), Making Sense of Intractable Environmental Conflicts: Concepts and Cases (pp. 91-126). Washington D.C.: Island Press.
  • Hanke, R., Rosenberg, A., & Gray, B. (2003). The Story of Drake Chemical: A Burning Issue. In R. J. Lewicki, B. Gray & M. Elliott (Eds.), Making Sense of Intractable Environmental Conflicts. Washington D.C.: Island Press.
  • Musacchio, L., Grant, W. E., & Peterson, T. R. (2003). Adaptive Management of Complex Socio-Environmental Systems in the Southwestern United States: Examples of Urbanizing Watersheds in Arizona and Texas. In S. Guhathakurta (Ed.), Integrated Land Use and Environmental Models (pp. 121-133). New York: Springer-Verlag.
  • Putnam, L. L., & Peterson, T. R. (2003). The Edwards Aquifer Dispute: Shifting Frames in a Protracted Conflict. In R. J. Lewicki, B. Gray & M. Elliott (Eds.), Making Sense of Intractable Environmental Conflicts (pp. 127-158). Washington D.C.: Island Press.
  • Roloff, M. E., Putnam, L. L., & Anastasiou, L. (2003). Negotiation skills. In J. O. Greene & B. R. Burleson (Eds.), Handbook of Communication and Social Interaction Skills. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Samuelson, C. D., Peterson, T. R., & Putnam, L. L. (2003). Group Identity and Stakeholder Conflict in Water Resource Management. In S. D. Clayton & S. Opotow (Eds.), Identity and the Natural Environment (pp. 273-295). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  • Wiethoff, C., Lewicki, R. J., & Davis, C. (2003). Portraits of Self and Others: How Competing Frames of Identity, Characterization, and Conflict Intensify Debate over the Regulation of Water in Ohio. In R. J. Lewicki, B. Gray & M. Elliott (Eds.), Making Sense of Intractable Environmental Conflicts. Washington D.C.: Island Press.

2002

  • Courtney, J. F., Richardson, S. M., & Paradice, D. B. (2002). The Internet, Sustainable Development and Ecosystems Management. In J. D. Hayes (Ed.), Internet Management Issues: A Global Perspective (pp. 165-177). Hershey, PA: Idea Publishing Group.
  • Putnam, L. L. (2002). Framing Environmental Conflicts: The Edwards Aquifer Dispute. In E. Gilboa (Ed.), Media and Conflict: Framing Issues, Making Policy, Shaping Opinions (pp. 117-132). Ardsley, NY: Transnational Publishers.
  • Putnam, L. L., & Wondolleck, J. (2002). Intractability: Definitions, Dimensions, and Distinctions. In R. J. Lewicki, B. Gray & M. Elliot (Eds.), Making Sense of Intractable Environmental Conflicts (pp. 35-59). Washington, D.C.: Island Press.

2001

  • McIntosh, W. A., Alston, L. T., Booher, J. R., Hartman, J. T., McCaughan, W. T., Sykes, D., et al. (2001). Predictors of Continued Use of Telemedicine by Primary Care Professionals, Medical Specialists and Patients. In J. J. Kronenfeld (Ed.), Research in the Sociology of Health Care (Vol. 19, pp. 153-177). Kidlington, Oxford, U.K.: Elsevier Science.
  • Putnam, L. L. (2001). Challenges Facing Dispute Resolution in Organizations. In W. F. Eadie & P. E. Nelson (Eds.), The Language of Conflict and Resolution (pp. 10-20). Thousand Oaks: Sage.
  • Wilson, S. R., Paulson, G. D., & Putnam, L. L. (2001). Negotiating. In W. P. Robinson & H. Giles (Eds.), The New Handbook of Language and Social Psychology (pp. 303-315). New York: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Woodward, R. T., & Wui, Y.-S. (2001). The Economic Value of Wetland Services: A Meta-analysis. Ecological Economics, 37(2), 257-270.

2000

  • McIntosh, W. A., Alston, L. T., Booher, J. R., Sykes, D., Segura, C. B., & Kronenfeld, J. J. (2000). Predictors of Use of Telemedicine for Differing Medical Conditions Research in the Sociology of Health Care (Vol. Volume 17, pp. 199-213): JAI.
  • Peterson, T. R., & Peterson, M. J. (2000). Ecology According to Silent Spring's Vision of Progress. In C. Waddell (Ed.), And No Birds Sing: Rhetorical Analyses of Rachel Carson's Silent Spring (pp. 73-102). Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press.

1999 and earlier

  • McIntosh, W. A., Alston, L. T., Booher, J. R., Sykes, D., & Segura, C. B. (1999). Predictors of Adoption and Continued Use of Telemedicine. In J. Kronenfeld (Ed.), Research in the Sociology of Health Care (Vol. 17, pp. 199-221). Stamford, CT: JAI Press.
  • McIntosh, W. A., Sykes, D., Segura, C. B., & Alston, L. T. (1999). Rural Hospital Survival: A Case Study of the Shaping Effects of Community Perceptions. In J. J. Kronenfeld (Ed.), Research in the Sociology of Health Care (Vol. 16, pp. 223-241). Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
  • Thomas E., Lacher, J., Slack, R. D., Coburn, L. M., & Goldstein, M. I. (1999). The Role of Agroecosystems in Wildlife Biodiversity. In W. W. Collins & C. O. Qualset (Eds.), The Importance of Biodiversity in Agroecosystems (pp. 147-165). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, Inc.

Contact

(979) 862-8855
bushschoolistpp@tamu.edu

Institute for Science, Technology and Public Policy

The Bush School of Government and Public Service

Texas A&M University
1112 Allen Building
4350 TAMU College Station, Texas 77843-4350


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