Samuel J. Keith
Samuel J. Keith
Ph.D. Student in Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management at the University of Georgia
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TitleCited byYear
Ecosystem services and urban greenways: What's the public's perspective?
LR Larson, SJ Keith, M Fernandez, JC Hallo, CS Shafer, V Jennings
Ecosystem services 22, 111-116, 2016
382016
Greenway use and preferences in diverse urban communities: Implications for trail design and management
SJ Keith, LR Larson, CS Shafer, JC Hallo, M Fernandez
Landscape and Urban Planning 172, 47-59, 2018
302018
Urban greenway use and benefits in diverse cities: A tale of two trails
SJ Keith, LR Larson, JC Hallo, CS Shafer, M Fernandez
Clemson University, 2016
32016
Examining millennials’ global citizenship attitudes and behavioral intentions to engage in environmental volunteering
KM Woosnam, M Strzelecka, GS Nisbett, SJ Keith
Sustainability 11 (8), 2324, 2019
22019
The long-distance hiking social world along the Pacific Crest Trail
CS Lum, SJ Keith, D Scott
Journal of Leisure Research, 1-18, 2019
12019
Understanding and modifying beliefs about climate change through educational travel
AC Landon, KM Woosnam, SJ Keith, MA Tarrant, DM Rubin, ST Ling
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 27 (3), 292-307, 2019
12019
It May Be ‘Wild,’But Is It Authentic? Contested Activity and Authenticity among Pacific Crest Trail Hikers
CS Lum, SJ Keith, D Scott
Southeastern Recreation Research Conference. Asheville, NC, March, 22-24, 2015
12015
More than “Just Green Enough”: Helping Park Professionals Achieve Equitable Greening and Limit Environmental Gentrification
A Rigolon, SJ Keith, B Harris, LE Mullenbach, LR Larson, J Rushing
Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 2020
2020
Incorporating emotion into social exchange: considering distinct resident groups’ attitudes towards ethnic neighborhood tourism in Osaka, Japan
NU Maruyama, SJ Keith, KM Woosnam
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 27 (8), 1125-1141, 2019
2019
Importance-performance analysis of local resident greenway users: Findings from Three Atlanta BeltLine Neighborhoods
SJ Keith, BB Boley
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 44, 126426, 2019
2019
Different trails, different tales: An assessment of greenway use, benefits, and management implications in two diverse cities
SJ Keith, LR Larson, JC Hallo, CS Shafer, M Fernandez
Clemson University, 2016
2016
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