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Dr Stephan Price

Dr Stephan Price

Research Fellow

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+44 (0) 1392 726355


Streatham Court, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4PU, UK

I am currently working on the ENLIVEN project, which aims to co-develop ways that people with cognitive impairments, their families and carers can have more meaningful experiences when visit or take part in an activity outdoors and in connection with nature. We will be working with businesses and organizations in the visitor economy, dementia charities and people with cognitive impairments, their carers and families to co-produce creative new approaches to inclusion and the enhancement of quality of life. 

Career

Recently, I worked on the EU Interreg Biocultural Heritage Tourism Project at the Centre for Rural Policy Research. The project aims to find ways to help UNESCO Biosphere Reserves manage tourism pressure. Part of the project has involved supporting businesses in the North Devon and Brighton and Lewes Downs Biosphere Reserves to develop new tourism experiences. We looked closely at how the COVID pandemic has affected the development of these businesses, and how they respond.

I have also worked with  Clare Saunders on the international POLPART project, a comparative project aimed at understanding more about why people participate in politics.  We have looked closely at interactional dynamics within politically heterogenous focus groups to develop ideas about how the way people manage their differences is connected with discussion participation, quality, and outcome. Previously, I worked with Clare, Steve HinchliffeRobbie McDonald, and Caroline Keenan on 'Doing TB Differently: Generating a workable TB policy during an acute episode within a chronic countryside conflict', an ESRC-funded project about the culling of badgers in West Somerset and West Gloucestershire. The goal of this project was to understand the range of views held by local people involved in the debate and to find out how or whether these change in response to emerging policy evidence and in the context of different forums of discussion. We are currently working on a number of publications from this research, but see my book (details below) for an readable introduction to the topic and the research.

 

Thinking Through Badgers: researching the controversy over bovine tuberculosis and the culling of badgers, (Vernon Press, 2017) is available at Barnes and NobleAbeBooksAmazon and elsewhere.       

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Books

Price S (2020). Thinking Through Badgers Researching the controversy over bovine tuberculosis and the culling of badgers., Vernon Press. Abstract.

Journal articles

Price S, Wilkinson T, Coles T (2022). Crisis? How small tourism businesses talk about COVID-19 and business change in the UK. Current Issues in Tourism, 25(7), 1088-1105. DOI.
Keenan C, Saunders C, Price S, Hinchliffe S, McDonald R (2020). From Conflict to Bridges: Towards Constructive use of Conflict Frames in the Control of Bovine Tuberculosis. Sociologia Ruralis, 60(2), 482-504.
Price S, Saunders C, Hinchliffe S, McDonald RA (2017). From contradiction to contrast in a countryside conflict: Using Q Methodology to reveal a diplomatic space for doing TB differently. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 49(11), 2578-2594. Abstract. DOI.
Broadbent J, Sonnett J, Botetzagias I, Carson M, Carvalho A, Chien Y-J, Edling C, Fisher D, Giouzepas G, Haluza-DeLay R, et al (2016). Conflicting Climate Change Frames in a Global Field of Media Discourse. Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World, 2, 237802311667066-237802311667066. Abstract. DOI.
Saunders C, Price S (2009). One person's eu-topia, another's hell: Climate Camp as a heterotopia. Environmental Politics, 18(1), 117-122. DOI.

Chapters

Price S, Saunders C (2019). Discussing Politics in the UK: Non-Violence, Representativeness, Consistency and Fairness and Constitutional Values. In Saunders C, Klandermans B (Eds.) When Citizens Talk About Politics, Routledge.
Saunders C, Klandermans B, Price S, Garyfallou A, Hutter S (2019). Introduction: When Citizens Talk About Politics: Towards an Analytical Framework. In Saunders C, Klandermans B (Eds.) When Citizens Talk About Politics, Routledge.
Price S, Saunders C, Olcese C (2013). Movements. In  (Ed) Critical Environmental Politics, Routledge, 165-174.

Publications by year


2022

Price S, Wilkinson T, Coles T (2022). Crisis? How small tourism businesses talk about COVID-19 and business change in the UK. Current Issues in Tourism, 25(7), 1088-1105. DOI.

2020

Keenan C, Saunders C, Price S, Hinchliffe S, McDonald R (2020). From Conflict to Bridges: Towards Constructive use of Conflict Frames in the Control of Bovine Tuberculosis. Sociologia Ruralis, 60(2), 482-504.
Price S (2020). Thinking Through Badgers Researching the controversy over bovine tuberculosis and the culling of badgers., Vernon Press. Abstract.

2019

Price S, Saunders C (2019). Discussing Politics in the UK: Non-Violence, Representativeness, Consistency and Fairness and Constitutional Values. In Saunders C, Klandermans B (Eds.) When Citizens Talk About Politics, Routledge.
Saunders C, Klandermans B, Price S, Garyfallou A, Hutter S (2019). Introduction: When Citizens Talk About Politics: Towards an Analytical Framework. In Saunders C, Klandermans B (Eds.) When Citizens Talk About Politics, Routledge.

2017

Price S, Saunders C, Hinchliffe S, McDonald RA (2017). From contradiction to contrast in a countryside conflict: Using Q Methodology to reveal a diplomatic space for doing TB differently. Environment and Planning A: Economy and Space, 49(11), 2578-2594. Abstract. DOI.

2016

Broadbent J, Sonnett J, Botetzagias I, Carson M, Carvalho A, Chien Y-J, Edling C, Fisher D, Giouzepas G, Haluza-DeLay R, et al (2016). Conflicting Climate Change Frames in a Global Field of Media Discourse. Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World, 2, 237802311667066-237802311667066. Abstract. DOI.

2013

Price S, Saunders C, Olcese C (2013). Movements. In  (Ed) Critical Environmental Politics, Routledge, 165-174.

2009

Saunders C, Price S (2009). One person's eu-topia, another's hell: Climate Camp as a heterotopia. Environmental Politics, 18(1), 117-122. DOI.