WERA1010: Improving Data Quality from Sample Surveys to foster Agricultural and Community Development in Rural America
(Multistate Research Coordinating Committee and Information Exchange Group)
Qin, H., E. Bent, C. Brock, Y. Dguidegue, E. Achuff, M. Hatcher, and O. Ojewola. 2018. Fifteen years after the Bellingham ISSRM: An empirical evaluation of Frederick Buttel’s differentiating criteria for environmental and resource sociology. Rural Sociology 83(1): 6–23.
Ulrich-Schad, J. D. and H. Qin. 2018. Culture clash? Predictors of views on amenity-led development and community involvement in rural recreation counties. Rural Sociology 83(1): 81–108.
Qin, H., E. Prentice, and K. Freeman. 2018. Analyzing partially correlated longitudinal data in community survey research. Society & Natural Resources 31(1): 142–149.
Prentice, E., H. Qin, and C. G. Flint. 2018. Mountain pine beetles and ecological imaginaries: The social construction of forest insect disturbance. Pp. 77–107 in J. Urquhart, C. Potter, and M. Marzano (eds.) Human Dimensions in Forest and Tree Health. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Singh, Ajay S., Brian MacGowan, Jessica D. Ulrich-Schad, Michael O’Donnell, Heidi Klotz*, and Linda S. Prokopy. 2018. “The influence of demonstration sites and field days on conservation practices adoption.” Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 73(3): 274-281.
Brock, Caroline, Jessica D. Ulrich-Schad, and Linda S. Prokopy. 2018. " Bridging the Divide: Challenges and Opportunities for Public Sector Agricultural Professionals Working with Amish and Mennonite Producers on Conservation." Environmental Management. 61(5): 756-771.
Ulrich-Schad, Jessica D. and Cynthia M. Duncan. 2018. “People and Places Left Behind: Work, Culture and Politics in the Rural United States.” Special Issue on Emancipatory Rural Politics in The Journal of Peasant Studies 45(1): 59-79.
Floress, Kristin, Adam Reimer, Aaron Thompson, Marc Burbach, Cody Knutsen, Linda Prokopy, Mark Ribaudo, and Jessica D. Ulrich-Schad. 2018. “Measuring Farmer Conservation Behaviors: Challenges and Best Practices.” Land Use Policy 70: 414-418.
Smyth, J. D., Israel, G. D., Newberry, III, M. G., & Hull, R. G. 2019. Effects of Stem and Response Order on Response Patterns in Satisfaction Rating. Field Methods, 31.