Nathan Young
Nathan Young
Professor, Sociology, University of Ottawa
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“Two‐Eyed Seeing”: An Indigenous framework to transform fisheries research and management
AJ Reid, LE Eckert, JF Lane, N Young, SG Hinch, CT Darimont, SJ Cooke, ...
Fish and Fisheries 22 (2), 243-261, 2021
Seeing climate change: The visual construction of global warming in Canadian national print media
D Anne DiFrancesco, N Young
cultural geographies 18 (4), 517-536, 2011
Using nudges to reduce waste? The case of Toronto's plastic bag levy
N Rivers, S Shenstone-Harris, N Young
Journal of environmental management 188, 153-162, 2017
Envisioning the future of aquatic animal tracking: technology, science, and application
RJ Lennox, K Aarestrup, SJ Cooke, PD Cowley, ZD Deng, AT Fisk, ...
BioScience 67 (10), 884-896, 2017
Conducting and interpreting fish telemetry studies: considerations for researchers and resource managers
JW Brownscombe, EJI Lde, GD Raby, DP Struthers, LFG Gutowsky, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 29, 369-400, 2019
Representations of climate change in Canadian national print media: The banalization of global warming
N Young, E Dugas
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 48 (1), 1-22, 2011
Knowledge co‐production: A pathway to effective fisheries management, conservation, and governance
SJ Cooke, VM Nguyen, JM Chapman, AJ Reid, SJ Landsman, N Young, ...
Fisheries 46 (2), 89-97, 2021
A roadmap for knowledge exchange and mobilization research in conservation and natural resource management
VM Nguyen, N Young, SJ Cooke
Conservation Biology 31 (4), 789-798, 2017
Government, Anti-Reflexivity, and the Construction of Public Ignorance about Climate Change: Australia and Canada Compared
N Young, A Coutinho
Global Environmental Politics, 2013
The aquaculture controversy in Canada: activism, policy, and contested science
N Young, R Matthews
UBC Press, 2011
Experts’ understanding of the public: Knowledge control in a risk controversy
N Young, R Matthews
Public Understanding of Science 16 (2), 123-144, 2007
Considerations for effective science communication
SJ Cooke, AJ Gallagher, NM Sopinka, VM Nguyen, RA Skubel, ...
Facets 2 (1), 233-248, 2017
Limitations to growth: Social-ecological challenges to aquaculture development in five wealthy nations
N Young, C Brattland, C Digiovanni, B Hersoug, JP Johnsen, KM Karlsen, ...
Marine Policy 104, 216-224, 2019
Resource economies and neoliberal experimentation: The reform of industry and community in rural British Columbia
N Young, R Matthews
Area 39 (2), 176-185, 2007
Social capital, labour markets, and job-finding in urban and rural regions: Comparing paths to employment in prosperous cities and stressed rural communities in Canada
R Matthews, R Pendakur, N Young
The Sociological Review 57 (2), 306-330, 2009
Knowledge users’ perspectives and advice on how to improve knowledge exchange and mobilization in the case of a co-managed fishery
N Young, VM Nguyen, M Corriveau, SJ Cooke, SG Hinch
Environmental Science & Policy 66, 170-178, 2016
Distance as a hybrid actor in rural economies
N Young
Journal of rural studies 22 (3), 253-266, 2006
Working the fringes: The role of letters to the editor in advancing non-standard media narratives about climate change
N Young
Public Understanding of Science 22 (4), 443-459, 2013
How do potential knowledge users evaluate new claims about a contested resource? Problems of power and politics in knowledge exchange and mobilization
N Young, M Corriveau, VM Nguyen, SJ Cooke, SG Hinch
Journal of Environmental Management 184, 380-388, 2016
Business networks, collaboration and embeddedness in local and extra‐local spaces: the case of port Hardy, Canada
N Young
Sociologia Ruralis 50 (4), 392-408, 2010
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