Dylan Bugden
Dylan Bugden
Boeing Distinguished Assistant Professor of Environmental Sociology, Washington State University
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“Fracking” controversy and communication: Using national survey data to understand public perceptions of hydraulic fracturing
H Boudet, C Clarke, D Bugden, E Maibach, C Roser-Renouf, ...
Energy Policy 65, 57-67, 2014
How geographic distance and political ideology interact to influence public perception of unconventional oil/natural gas development
C Clarke, D Bugden, S Hart, R Stedman, J Jacquet, D Evensen, H Boudet
Energy Policy 97, 301-309, 2016
The effect of industry activities on public support for ‘fracking’
H Boudet, D Bugden, C Zanocco, E Maibach
Environmental politics 25 (4), 593-612, 2016
A synthetic view of acceptance and engagement with smart meters in the United States
D Bugden, R Stedman
Energy Research & Social Science 47, 137-145, 2019
A drill by any other name: Social representations, framing, and legacies of natural resource extraction in the fracking industry
D Bugden, D Evensen, R Stedman
Energy Research & Social Science 29, 62-71, 2017
A decade of Marcellus Shale: Impacts to people, policy, and culture from 2008 to 2018 in the Greater Mid-Atlantic region of the United States
JB Jacquet, AN Junod, D Bugden, G Wildermuth, JT Fergen, K Jalbert, ...
The Extractive Industries and Society 5 (4), 596-609, 2018
Does climate protest work? Partisanship, protest, and sentiment pools
D Bugden
Socius 6, 2378023120925949, 2020
Energy consumption boomtowns in the United States: Community responses to a cryptocurrency boom
P Greenberg, D Bugden
Energy Research & Social Science 50, 162-167, 2019
Technology, decoupling, and ecological crisis: examining ecological modernization theory through patent data
D Bugden
Environmental Sociology 8 (2), 228-241, 2022
The bundle below: Understanding unconventional oil and gas development through analysis of lease agreements
D Bugden, D Kay, R Glynn, R Stedman
Energy Policy 92, 214-219, 2016
Denial and distrust: explaining the partisan climate gap
D Bugden
Climatic Change 170 (3), 34, 2022
Rural landowners, energy leasing, and patterns of risk and inequality in the shale gas industry
D Bugden, R Stedman
Rural Sociology 84 (3), 459-488, 2019
Unfulfilled promise: social acceptance of the smart grid
D Bugden, R Stedman
Environmental Research Letters 16 (3), 034019, 2021
Fracking in the American mind: Americans’ views on hydraulic fracturing in September, 2012
C Clarke, H Boudet, D Bugden
Yale University and George Mason University, New Haven, CT Yale Project on …, 2012
Place and behavior: The role of accessibility
D Bugden, R Stedman
Journal of environmental psychology 63, 109-117, 2019
Environmental inequality in the American mind: The problem of color-blind environmental racism
D Bugden
Social Problems 71 (1), 106-127, 2024
Communicating about climate change, natural gas development, and “fracking”: US and International perspectives
CE Clarke, D Budgen, DTN Evensen, RC Stedman, HS Boudet, ...
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science, 2019
The effect of proximity to energy development on public attitudes: fracking in the US
DE Bugden
Grand theft hydrocarbon? Post-production clauses and inequity in the US. shale gas industry
CJ Sachs, DE Bugden, RC Stedman
The Extractive Industries and Society 7 (4), 1443-1450, 2020
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