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Juliet Carlisle
Juliet Carlisle
Professor of Political Science, University of Utah
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The influence of political ideology and trust on willingness to vaccinate
B Baumgaertner, JE Carlisle, F Justwan
Plos One, 2018
3732018
Is social media changing how we understand political engagement? An analysis of Facebook and the 2008 presidential election
JE Carlisle, RC Patton
Political research quarterly 66 (4), 883-895, 2013
3352013
Using GIS analytics and social preference data to evaluate utility-scale solar power site suitability
J Brewer, DP Ames, D Solan, R Lee, JE Carlisle
Renewable Energy 81, 825-836, 2015
1842015
Nimbyism vs. environmentalism in attitudes toward energy development
K Michaud, JE Carlisle, ERAN Smith
Environmental Politics 17 (1), 20-39, 2008
1752008
Public attitudes regarding large-scale solar energy development in the US
JE Carlisle, SL Kane, D Solan, M Bowman, JC Joe
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 48, 835-847, 2015
1272015
Support for solar energy: Examining sense of place and utility-scale development in California
JE Carlisle, SL Kane, D Solan, JC Joe
Energy Research & Social Science 3, 124-130, 2014
1272014
The relationship between cultural values and political ideology, and the role of political knowledge
KEH Michaud, JE Carlisle, ERAN Smith
Political Psychology 30 (1), 27-42, 2009
1242009
Utility-scale solar and public attitudes toward siting: A critical examination of proximity
JE Carlisle, D Solan, SL Kane, J Joe
Land Use Policy 58, 491-501, 2016
932016
Risk of disease and willingness to vaccinate in the United States: A population-based survey
B Baumgaertner, BJ Ridenhour, F Justwan, JE Carlisle, CR Miller
PLoS medicine 17 (10), e1003354, 2020
672020
Green for God: Religion and environmentalism by cohort and time
JE Carlisle, AK Clark
Environment and Behavior 50 (2), 213-241, 2018
582018
Postmaterialism vs. egalitarianism as predictors of energy-related attitudes
J Carlisle, ERAN Smith
Environmental Politics 14 (4), 527-540, 2005
552005
Social media echo chambers and satisfaction with democracy among Democrats and Republicans in the aftermath of the 2016 US elections
F Justwan, B Baumgaertner, JE Carlisle, AK Clark, M Clark
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 2018
502018
The effect of trust and proximity on vaccine propensity
F Justwan, B Baumgaertner, JE Carlisle, E Carson, J Kizer
PLOS ONE, 2019
482019
The public’s trust in scientific claims regarding offshore oil drilling
JE Carlisle, JT Feezell, KEH Michaud, ERAN Smith, L Smith
Public Understanding of Science 19 (5), 514-527, 2010
402010
The Politics of Energy Crises
JE Carlisle, JT Feezell, K Michaud, ERAN Smith
Oxford University Press, 2017
232017
Polarization politics and hopes for a green agenda in the United States
A Clark, F Justwan, JE Carlisle, M Clark
Environmental Politics 29 (4), 719-745, 2020
192020
Political efficacy and familiarity as predictors of attitudes towards electric transmission lines in the United States
JC Joe, K Hendrickson, M Wong, SL Kane, D Solan, JE Carlisle, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 17, 127-134, 2016
142016
Public opinion about energy development: Nimbyism vs. environmentalism
E Smith, K Michaud, J Carlisle
Prepared for delivery at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of …, 2004
112004
Pushing a green agenda: Explaining shifting public support for environmental spending
AK Clark, JE Carlisle
Political Research Quarterly 73 (2), 243-260, 2020
82020
The evolution of economic and political inequality: minding the gap
JE Carlisle, TN Maloney
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 378 (1883), 20220290, 2023
22023
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