James W. Stoutenborough, Ph.D.

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2010 Political Science University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
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General, Environmental Sciences
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Donald Haider-Markel grad student 2010 University of Kansas
 (State and Federal Renewable Energy Policy: Understanding Influences and Impacts.)
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Stoutenborough JW, Vedlitz A, Xing X. (2016) Are all risk perceptions created equal? Comparing general risk assessments and specific risk assessments associated with climate change Human and Ecological Risk Assessment. 22: 50-70
Stoutenborough JW, Robinson SE, Vedlitz A. (2016) Is "fracking" a new dirty word? the influence of word choice on public views toward natural gas attitudes Energy Research and Social Science. 17: 52-58
McBeth MK, Lybecker DL, Stoutenborough JW. (2016) Do stakeholders analyze their audience? The communication switch and stakeholder personal versus public communication choices Policy Sciences. 1-24
Stoutenborough JW. (2015) Stakeholders' preferred policy solution: Comparing strategies to address degraded levees Water Policy. 17: 1093-1107
Stoutenborough JW, Vedlitz A, Liu X. (2015) The Influence of Specific Risk Perceptions on Public Policy Support: An Examination of Energy Policy Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 658: 102-120
Stoutenborough JW, Bromley-Trujillo R, Vedlitz A. (2015) How to win friends and influence people: Climate scientists' perspectives on their relationship with and influence on government officials Journal of Public Policy. 35: 269-296
Stoutenborough JW, Shi L, Vedlitz A. (2015) Probing public perceptions on energy: Support for a comparative, deep-probing survey design for complex issue domains Energy. 81: 406-415
Bromley-Trujillo R, Stoutenborough JW, Vedlitz A. (2015) Scientific advocacy, environmental interest groups, and climate change: are climate skeptic portrayals of climate scientists as biased accurate? Climatic Change. 133: 607-619
Liu X, Vedlitz A, Stoutenborough JW, et al. (2015) Scientists’ views and positions on global warming and climate change: A content analysis of congressional testimonies Climatic Change. 131: 487-503
Stoutenborough JW, Bromley-Trujillo R, Vedlitz A. (2014) Public support for climate change policy: Consistency in the influence of values and attitudes over time and across specific policy alternatives Review of Policy Research. 31: 555-583
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