Erica von Essen
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Deconstructing the poaching phenomenon: A review of typologies for understanding illegal hunting
E Von Essen, HP Hansen, H Nordström Källström, MN Peterson, ...
British Journal of Criminology 54 (4), 632-651, 2014
The radicalisation of rural resistance: How hunting counterpublics in the Nordic countries contribute to illegal hunting
E Von Essen, HP Hansen, HN Källström, MN Peterson, TR Peterson
Journal of rural studies 39, 199-209, 2015
Reconsidering illegal hunting as a crime of dissent: Implication for justice and deliberative uptake
E Von Essen, MP Allen
Criminal Law and Philosophy 11, 213-228, 2017
Whose discourse is it anyway? Understanding resistance through the rise of “barstool biology” in nature conservation
E Von Essen
Environmental Communication 11 (4), 470-489, 2017
How stakeholder co-management reproduces conservation conflicts: revealing rationality problems in Swedish wolf conservation
E Von Essen, HP Hansen
Conservation and Society 13 (4), 332-344, 2015
The impact of modernization on hunting ethics: Emerging taboos among contemporary Swedish hunters
E Von Essen
Human dimensions of wildlife 23 (1), 21-38, 2018
The seven sins of hunting tourism
L Tickle, E von Essen
Annals of Tourism Research 84, 102996, 2020
In the gap between legality and legitimacy: Illegal hunting in Sweden as a crime of dissent
E von Essen
Department of Urban and Rural Development, Swedish University of …, 2016
Who let the wolves out? Narratives, rumors and social representations of the wolf in Greece
IT Theodorakea, E von Essen
Environmental Sociology 2 (1), 29-40, 2016
Instagranimal: Animal welfare and animal ethics challenges of animal-based tourism
E Von Essen, J Lindsjö, C Berg
Animals 10 (10), 1830, 2020
Illegal fishing and hunting as resistance to neoliberal colonialism
MN Peterson, E Von Essen, HP Hansen, TR Peterson
Crime, Law and Social Change 67, 401-413, 2017
Wild-but-not-too-wild animals: Challenging goldilocks standards in rewilding
E Von Essen, MP Allen
Between the Species 19 (1), 4, 2015
How wild boar hunting is becoming a battleground
E Von Essen
Leisure Sciences 42 (5-6), 552-569, 2020
Critical, engaged and change-oriented scholarship in environmental communication. Six methodological dilemmas to think with
S Joosse, S Powell, H Bergeå, S Böhm, C Calderón, E Caselunghe, ...
Environmental Communication 14 (6), 758-771, 2020
Solidarity between human and non-human animals: Representing animal voices in policy deliberations
E Von Essen, MP Allen
Environmental Communication 11 (5), 641-653, 2017
Hunting communities of practice: Factors behind the social differentiation of hunters in modernity
E von Essen, E van Heijgen, T Gieser
Journal of Rural Studies 68, 13-21, 2019
From obstructionism to communication: Local, national and transnational dimensions of contestations on the Swedish wolf cull controversy
E Von Essen, MP Allen
Environmental Communication 11 (5), 654-666, 2017
Leisure or labour: an identity crisis for modern hunting?
E von Essen, L Tickle
Sociologia ruralis 60 (1), 174-197, 2020
Taking prejudice seriously: Burkean reflections on the rural past and present
E von Essen, MP Allen
Sociologia Ruralis 58 (3), 543-561, 2018
Citizens, values and experts: Stakeholders and the inveigling factor of participatory democracy
HP Hansen, E von Essen, N Sriskandarajah
Commons, Sustainability, Democratization, 113-138, 2016
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