Jamie Baxter
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Evaluating qualitative research in social geography: establishing ‘rigour’in interview analysis
J Baxter, J Eyles
Transactions of the Institute of British geographers 22 (4), 505-525, 1997
Case studies in qualitative research
J Baxter
Qualitative research methods in human geography 3, 81-98, 2010
A case-control study of support/opposition to wind turbines: Perceptions of health risk, economic benefits, and community conflict
J Baxter, R Morzaria, R Hirsch
Energy policy 61, 931-943, 2013
The utility of in‐depth interviews for studying the meaning of environmental risk
J Baxter, J Eyles
The Professional Geographer 51 (2), 307-320, 1999
Procedural justice in Canadian wind energy development: A comparison of community-based and technocratic siting processes
C Walker, J Baxter
Energy research & social science 29, 160-169, 2017
Lessons learned from Ontario wind energy disputes
S Fast, W Mabee, J Baxter, T Christidis, L Driver, S Hill, JJ McMurtry, ...
Nature Energy 1 (2), 1-7, 2016
From siting principles to siting practices: a case study of discord among trust, equity and community participation
JW Baxter, JD Eyles, SJ Elliott
Journal of environmental planning and management 42 (4), 501-525, 1999
Beyond rhetoric to understanding determinants of wind turbine support and conflict in two Ontario, Canada communities
C Walker, J Baxter, D Ouellette
Environment and Planning A 46 (3), 730-745, 2014
Cumulative effects of noise and odour annoyances on environmental and health related quality of life
TH Oiamo, IN Luginaah, J Baxter
Social Science & Medicine 146, 191-203, 2015
Reaching for environmental health justice: Canadian experiences for a comprehensive research, policy and advocacy agenda in health promotion
JR Masuda, B Poland, J Baxter
Health promotion international 25 (4), 453-463, 2010
“It's easy to throw rocks at a corporation”: wind energy development and distributive justice in Canada
C Walker, J Baxter
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 19 (6), 754-768, 2017
Scale, history and justice in community wind energy: An empirical review
J Baxter, C Walker, G Ellis, P Devine-Wright, M Adams, RS Fullerton
Energy Research & Social Science 68, 101532, 2020
Method sequence and dominance in mixed methods research: A case study of the social acceptance of wind energy literature
C Walker, J Baxter
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 18, 1609406919834379, 2019
Adding insult to injury: The development of psychosocial stress in Ontario wind turbine communities
C Walker, J Baxter, D Ouellette
Social Science & Medicine 133, 358-365, 2015
Attitudes toward waste to energy facilities and impacts on diversion in Ontario, Canada
J Baxter, Y Ho, Y Rollins, V Maclaren
Waste Management 50, 75-85, 2016
‘Something happened’: the relevance of the risk society for describing the siting process for a municipal landfill
J Baxter, J Eyles, S Elliott
Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 81 (2), 91-109, 1999
Worrying about waste: living close to solid waste disposal facilities in southern Ontario
J Eyles, SM Taylor, N Johnson, J Baxter
Social Science & Medicine 37 (6), 805-812, 1993
The social and psychological impact of the chemical contamination incident in Weston Village, UK: a qualitative analysis
G Barnes, J Baxter, A Litva, B Staples
Social Science & Medicine 55 (12), 2227-2241, 2002
Prescription for research practice? Grounded theory in qualitative evaluation [with Response]
J Baxter, J Eyles, C Bailey, C White, R Pain
Area 31 (2), 179-183, 1999
“His main platform is ‘stop the turbines’”: Political discourse, partisanship and local responses to wind energy in Canada
C Walker, L Stephenson, J Baxter
Energy policy 123, 670-681, 2018
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