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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    25 December 2019Could vegans and lycra cyclists be bad for the planet? Theorising the role of Moralised Minority Practice Identities in processes of societal-level change  Kurz, T; Prosser, A; Rabinovich, A; et al.
    8 June 2019Drivers of increased soil erosion in East Africa’s agro-pastoral systems: changing interactions between the social, economic and natural domains  Wynants, M; Kelly, C; Mtei, K; et al.
    25 September 2020‘Mind the Gap’: Reconnecting local actions and multi-level policies to bridge the governance gap. An example of soil erosion action from East Africa  Kelly, C; Wynants, M; Munishi, LK; et al.
    30 June 2017Paradoxes of praise: Identity-inconsistent praise results in praise-inconsistent responses  Rabinovich, A; Morton, T
    9 October 2020Protecting the commons: Predictors of willingness to mitigate communal land degradation among Maasai pastoralists  Rabinovich, A; Heath, SC; Zhischenko, V; et al.
    24 May 2017Putting identity into the community: exploring the social dynamics of urban regeneration  Heath, S; Rabinovich, A; Barreto, M
    3 December 2018Soil erosion in East Africa: an interdisciplinary approach to realising pastoral land management change  Blake, WH; Rabinovich, A; Wynants, M; et al.
    31 October 2019“We will change whether we want it or not”: Soil erosion in Maasai land as a social dilemma and a challenge to community resilience  Rabinovich, A; Kelly, C; Wilson, G; et al.
    6 November 2019When speaking English is not enough: The consequences of language-based stigma for non-native speakers  Birney, M; Rabinovich, A; Morton, TA; et al.
    15 June 2020Where Are You From? An Investigation Into the Intersectionality of Accent Strength and Nationality Status on Perceptions of Nonnative Speakers in Britain  Birney, M; Rabinovich, A; Morton, T