The publications below represent some of our recent published work in these areas.

Wolsko, C., Marino, E., & Keys, S. (2020). Affirming cultural values for health: The case of firearm restriction in suicide prevention. Social Science and Medicine, 248, 112706

Marino, E., Wolsko, C., Keys, S., & Wilcox, H. (2018). Addressing the cultural challenges of firearm restriction in suicide prevention: A test of public health messaging to protect those at risk. Archives of Suicide Research, 22 (3), 394-404.

Marino, E. (2018). Adaptation privilege and voluntary buyouts: Perspectives on ethnocentrism in sea level rise relocation and retreat policies in the US. Global Environmental Change, 49, 10-13.

Wolsko, C. (2017). Expanding the range of environmental values: Political orientation, moral foundations, and the common ingroup. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 51, 284-294.

Marino, E., Wolsko, C., Keys, S., & Pennavaria, L. (2017). A culture gap in the United States: Implications for policy on limiting access to firearms for suicidal persons. Journal of Public Health Policy, 37, 110-121.

Wolsko, C., Ariceaga, H., & Seiden, J. (2016). Red, white, and blue enough to be green: Effects of moral framing on climate change attitudes and conservation behaviors. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 65, 7-19.

Wolsko, C., & Marino, E. (2016). Disasters, migration, and the unintended consequences of urbanization: What’s the harm in getting out of harm’s way? Population and Environment, 37, 411-428.

Wolsko, C., Marino, E., Doherty, T., Fisher, S., Goodwin, B., Green, A., et al. (2016). Systems of access: A multidisciplinary strategy for assessing the social dimensions of sustainability. Sustainability: Science, Practice, and Policy, 12(1), 88-100.

Marino, E., & Schweitzer, P. (2016). Speaking again of climate change: An analysis of climate change discourse in Northwestern Alaska. In S.A. Crate & M. Nuttall (Eds.), Anthropology and Climate Change: From Actions to Transformations (pp. 200-209). New York, NY: Routledge.

Marino, E. (2015). Fierce climate, sacred ground: An ethnography of climate change in Shishmaref, Alaska. Fairbanks, AK: University of Alaska Press.