Mark CJ Stoddart
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Ideology, hegemony, discourse: A critical review of theories of knowledge and power
MCJ Stoddart
Social Thought & Research, 191-225, 2007
2702007
Constructing masculinized sportscapes: Skiing, gender and nature in British Columbia, Canada
MCJ Stoddart
International Review for the Sociology of Sport 46 (1), 108-124, 2011
632011
Making meaning out of mountains: The political ecology of skiing
MCJ Stoddart
UBC Press, 2012
622012
Canadian news media coverage of climate change: Historical trajectories, dominant frames, and international comparisons
MCJ Stoddart, R Haluza-DeLay, DB Tindall
Society & Natural Resources 29 (2), 218-232, 2016
452016
“Governments have the power”? Interpretations of climate change responsibility and solutions among Canadian environmentalists
MCJ Stoddart, DB Tindall, KL Greenfield
Organization & Environment 25 (1), 39-58, 2012
452012
Conflicting climate change frames in a global field of media discourse
J Broadbent, J Sonnett, I Botetzagias, M Carson, A Carvalho, YJ Chien, ...
Socius 2, 2378023116670660, 2016
442016
Bridging science and community knowledge? The complicating role of natural variability in perceptions of climate change
J Finnis, A Sarkar, MCJ Stoddart
Global Environmental Change 32, 1-10, 2015
322015
Canadian news media and the cultural dynamics of multilevel climate governance
MCJ Stoddart, DB Tindall
Environmental Politics 24 (3), 401-422, 2015
312015
The endangered arctic, the arctic as resource frontier: Canadian news media narratives of climate change and the north
MCJ Stoddart, J Smith
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 53 (3), 316-336, 2016
302016
“Keep it wild, keep it local”: Comparing news media and the internet as sites for environmental movement activism for Jumbo Pass, British Columbia
MCJ Stoddart, L MacDonald
Canadian Journal of Sociology 36 (4), 313-335, 2011
292011
Ecofeminism, hegemonic masculinity, and environmental movement participation in British Columbia, Canada, 1998–2007:“Women always clean up the mess”
MCJ Stoddart, DB Tindall
Sociological Spectrum 31 (3), 342-368, 2011
292011
Generalizability and qualitative research in a postmodern world
MCJ Stoddart
Graduate Journal of Social Science 1 (2), 303-317, 2004
252004
Climate change policy networks: Why and how to compare them across countries
T Ylš-Anttila, A Gronow, MCJ Stoddart, J Broadbent, V Schneider, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 45, 258-265, 2018
242018
International organizations, advocacy coalitions, and domestication of global norms: Debates on climate change in Canada, the US, Brazil, and India
A Kukkonen, T Ylš-Anttila, P Swarnakar, J Broadbent, M Lahsen, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 81, 54-62, 2018
242018
" If we wanted to be environmentally sustainable, we'd take the bus": Skiing, mobility and the irony of climate change
MCJ Stoddart
Human Ecology Review, 19-29, 2011
232011
‘We've Also Become Quite Good Friends’: Environmentalists, Social Networks and Social Comparison in British Columbia, Canada
MCJ Stoddart, DB Tindall
Social Movement Studies 9 (3), 253-271, 2010
232010
“They say it’ll kill me… but they won’t say when!” Drug Narratives in Comic Books
MCJ Stoddart
Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture 13 (2), 66-95, 2006
232006
Assessing the tangible and intangible benefits of tourism: Perceptions of economic, social, and cultural impacts in Labrador's Battle Harbour Historic District.
H Ramos, MCJ Stoddart, D Chafe
Island Studies Journal 11 (1), 2016
222016
Media access and political efficacy in the eco-politics of climate change: Canadian national news and mediated policy networks
MCJ Stoddart, DB Tindall, J Smith, R Haluza-Delay
Environmental Communication 11 (3), 386-400, 2017
202017
From fisheries decline to tourism destination: Mass media, tourism mobility, and the Newfoundland coastal environment
MCJ Stoddart, S Sodero
Mobilities 10 (3), 445-465, 2015
192015
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