Shannon Elizabeth Bell
Shannon Elizabeth Bell
Professor of Sociology, Virginia Tech
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Community economic identity: The coal industry and ideology construction in West Virginia
SE Bell, R York
Rural Sociology 75 (1), 111-143, 2010
Energy transitions or additions?: Why a transition from fossil fuels requires more than the growth of renewable energy
R York, SE Bell
Energy Research & Social Science 51, 40-43, 2019
Coal, identity, and the gendering of environmental justice activism in central Appalachia
SE Bell, YA Braun
Gender & Society 24 (6), 794-813, 2010
Climate justice and inequality
SL Harlan, DN Pellow, JT Roberts, SE Bell, WG Holt, J Nagel, RE Dunlap, ...
Climate change and society: Sociological perspectives, 127-163, 2015
Our roots run deep as ironweed: Appalachian women and the fight for environmental justice
SE Bell
University of Illinois Press, 2013
Fighting king coal: The challenges to micromobilization in central Appalachia
SE Bell
MIT Press, 2016
“There Ain’t No Bond in Town Like There Used to Be”: The Destruction of Social Capital in the West Virginia Coalfields
SE Bell
Sociological Forum 24 (3), 631-657, 2009
Toward feminist energy systems: Why adding women and solar panels is not enough✰
SE Bell, C Daggett, C Labuski
Energy research & social science 68, 101557, 2020
Manipulated Masculinities: Agribusiness, Deskilling, and the Rise of the Businessman‐Farmer in the U nited S tates
SE Bell, A Hullinger, L Brislen
Rural Sociology 80 (3), 285-313, 2015
Pluralizing energy justice: Incorporating feminist, anti-racist, Indigenous, and postcolonial perspectives
BK Sovacool, SE Bell, C Daggett, C Labuski, M Lennon, L Naylor, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 97, 102996, 2023
General anaesthetic and airway management practice for obstetric surgery in England: a prospective, multicentre observational study
PM Odor, S Bampoe, SR Moonesinghe, J Andrade, JJ Pandit, DN Lucas, ...
Anaesthesia 76 (4), 460-471, 2021
Bridging activism and the academy: Exposing environmental injustices through the feminist ethnographic method of photovoice
SE Bell
Human Ecology Review 21 (1), 27-58, 2015
Photovoice as a strategy for community organizing in the central Appalachian coalfields
SE Bell
Journal of Appalachian Studies, 34-48, 2008
Coal, injustice, and environmental destruction: Introduction to the special issue on coal and the environment
SE Bell, R York
Organization & Environment 25 (4), 359-367, 2012
Life satisfaction across nations: The effects of women’s political status and public priorities
R York, SE Bell
Social Science Research 48, 48-61, 2014
Protecting the power to pollute: Identity co-optation, gender, and the public relations strategies of fossil fuel industries in the United States
SE Bell, J Fitzgerald, R York
Environmental Sociology 5 (3), 323-338, 2019
Social capital’s influence on environmental concern in China: An analysis of the 2010 Chinese General Social Survey
F Hao, JL Michaels, SE Bell
Sociological Perspectives 62 (6), 844-864, 2019
Intersectionality and the environment
C Ergas, L McKinney, SE Bell
Handbook of environmental sociology, 15-34, 2021
Fighting king coal: The barriers to grassroots environmental justice movement participation in Central Appalachia
SE Bell
University of Oregon, 2010
Ecomodern masculinity, energy security, and green consumerism: The rise of biofuels in the United States
S Dockstader, SE Bell
Critical Sociology 46 (4-5), 643-660, 2020
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