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Bryn Greer-Wootten

References AFONSO, A. I., MENDES, C. (2015): Wind Power and Environmental Policies. Ethnography in “Protected Landscapes”. In: Frolova, M., Prados, M.-J. & Nadaï, A. [eds.]: Renewable Energies and European Landscapes. Lessons from Southern European Cases (pp. 175-191). Dordrecht, Springer. BARAJA-RODRÍGUEZ, E., HERRERO-LUQUE, D., PÉREZ-PÉREZ, B. (2015): A Country of Windmills. In: Frolova, M., Prados, M.-J. & Nadaï, A. [eds.]: Renewable Energies and European Landscapes. Lessons from Southern European Cases (pp. 43

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Luís Silva and Ana Delicado

References: ABRAM, S. (2003): The rural gaze. In: Cloke, P. [ed.]: Country Visions (pp. 31–48). Harlow, Pearson Education Limited. AFONSO, A., MENDES, C. (2010): Energía eólica y paisajes protegidos: Controversias en el parque natural de montesinho. Nimbus, 25–26: 5–19. AFONSO, A., MENDES, C. (2012): Wind power in the Portuguese landscape: Global concerns and local costs. In: Welz, G., Sperling, F., Blum, E. [eds.]: Negotiating Environmental Conflicts. Local Communities, Global Policies (pp. 127–142). Frankfurt, Goethe

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Bohumil Frantál and Eva Nováková

References: AITKEN, M. (2010): Why we still don’t understand the social aspects of wind power: A critique of key assumptions within the literature. Energy Policy, 38(4): 1834–1841. BALTA-OZKAN, N., LE GALLO, J. (2018): Spatial variation in energy attitudes and perceptions: Evidence from Europe. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 81: 2160–2180. BALTA-OZKAN, N., WATSON, T., MOCCA, E. (2015): Spatially uneven development and low carbon transitions: Insights from urban and regional planning. Energy Policy, 85: 500–510. BALTA-OZKAN, N

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Bohumil Frantál, Tadej Bevk, Bregje Van Veelen, Mihaela Hărmănescu and Karl Benediktsson

applied techniques for analysis and management of the visual resource (pp. 524–531). [Incline Village, Nev., April 23–25, 1979]. Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Berkeley, CA. FRANTÁL, B., KUNC, J. (2011): Wind turbines in tourism landscapes. Annals of Tourism Research, 38(2): 499–519. FRANTÁL, B., URBÁNKOVÁ, R. (2017): Energy tourism: An emerging field of study. Current Issues in Tourism, 20 (13): 1395–1412. GEE, K. (2010): Offshore wind power development as affected by seascape values on the German North Sea coast. Land Use Policy, 27

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Bohumil Frantál, Jiří Malý, Martin Ouředníček and Jiří Nemeškal

analysis of actual versus perceived risks (pp. 235–249). New York, Springer US. FLYNN, J., SLOVIC, P., MERTZ, C. K. (1994): Gender, Race, and perception of environmental health risks. Risk Analysis, 14(6): 1101–1108. FRANTÁL, B. (2015): Have local government and public expectations of wind energy project benefits been met? Implications for repowering schemes. Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 17(2): 217–236. GAMBLE, H. B., DOWNING, R. H. (1982): Effects of nuclear power plants on residential property values. Journal of Regional Science, 22

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Charles R. Warren

References AITKEN, M. (2010): Why we still don't understand the social aspects of wind power: a critique of key assumptions within the literature. Energy Policy, Vol. 38, p. 1834-1841. BELL, D., GRAY, T., HAGGETT, C., SWAFFIELD, J. (2013): Re-visiting the 'social gap': public opinion and relations of power in the local politics of wind energy. Environmental Politics, Vol. 22, p. 115-135. BULKELEY, H., BROTO, V C. (2013): Government by. experiment? Global cities and the governing of climate change. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers

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Bohumil Frantál, Martin J. Pasqualetti and Dan van der Horst

References BOHOLM, A., LÖFSTED, R. [eds.] (2004): Facility sitting: Risk, Power and Identity in Land Use Planning. London, Earthscan, 229 pp. CHAPMAN, J. D. (1961): A Geography of Energy: An Emerging Field of Study. The Canadian Geographer, Vol. 5, No. 1, p. 10–15. DEVINE-WRIGHT, P [ed.] (2011): Renewable Energy and.the Public. London, EarthScan, 336 pp. DORIAN, J. P FRANSSEN, H. T., SIMBECK, D. R. (2006):., Global challenges in energy. Energy Policy, Vol. 34, No. 15, p. 1984–1991. FLORINI, A., SOVACOOL, B. K. (2009): Who governs energy? The

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Justyna Chodkowska-Miszczuk

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Bohumil Frantál and Eva Nováková

baseline for regional participation. Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research Monograph, Canberra, ANUE Press, No. 25., xviii+165pp. TOKE, D. (2005): Explaining wind power planning outcomes: some findings from a study in England and Wales. Energy Policy, Vol. 33, No. 12, p. 1527–1539. VAN DER HORST, D. (2007): NIMBY or not? Exploring the relevance of location and the politics of voiced opinions in renewable energy sitting controversies. Energy Policy, Vol. 35, No. 5, p. 2705–2714. VISCUSI, W. K., MAGAT, W. A., DREYFUS, M., GENTRY, W., CARLIN, A. (1992

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Kerrie Craig, Darrick Evensen and Dan Van Der Horst

rise of disorganised skepticism. Environmental Hazards, 7: 157–164. KROHN, S., DAMBORG, S. (1999): On public attitudes towards wind power, Renewable Energy, 16: 954–960. KYLE, G., BRICKER, K., GRAEFE, A., WICKHAM, T. (2004): An examination of recreationist’s’ relationships with activities and settings. Leisure Sciences, 26: 123–142. LACHAPELLE, E., KISS, S., MONTPETIT, É. (2018): Public perceptions of hydraulic fracturing (Fracking) in Canada: Economic nationalism, issue familiarity, and cultural bias. The Extractive Industries and Society, 5