Professor of Sociology
- BA Sociology, 1981, State University of New York, College at Potsdam
- BA Psychology, 1981, State University of New York, College at Potsdam
- MA Sociology, 1983, Indiana University
- PhD Sociology, 1990, Indiana University
(2009). “An Environmentalist/Economic Hybrid Frame in U.S. Press Coverage of Climate Change, 2000-2008.” Pgs. 80-91 in Tammy Boyce and Justin Lewis (editors), Climate Change and the Media. Oxford, UK: Peter Lang.
- (2005). "Comparative Boundary Work: U.S.
Acid Rain and Global Climate Change Policy Deliberations." Science
and Public Policy 32 (December): 445-456.
- (2000). "Public representations of scientific uncertainty about global climate change." Public Understanding of Science 9: 85-103.
- (1999). "Scientists' Representations
of Uncertainty." Chapter 1 in Friedman, S. M., Dunwoody, S. and Rogers, C. (eds) Communicating Uncertainty: Media Coverage of New and Controversial
Science. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
- ed. (1999). Syllabi and Instructional Materials
for the Sociology of Science, Knowledge, & Technology (3rd ed.). American
Sociological Association, Teaching Resources Center.
- (1994). "Demolition Derbies and the Ritual
Destruction of Technology." Science as Culture, 4: 481-501.
- (1994). "Accounting for the Ozone Hole: Scientific
Representations of an Anomaly and Prior Incorrect Claims in Public Settings."
The Sociological Quarterly, 35: 603-619.
- (1994). "The Centrality of Scientists and
the Translation of Interests in the U.S. Acid Rain
Controversy." Canadian Review of Sociology &
Anthropology, 31: 325-353.
- (1994). "Method, Scale and Socio-Technical
Networks: Problems of Standardization in Acid Rain, Ozone Depletion and Global
Warming Research." Science Studies, 7: 47-58.
- (1994). "Flexible Interpretations of `Acid Rain' and the Construction of Scientific Uncertainty in Political Settings." Politics and the Life Sciences, 13: 205-216
- Sociology of Climate Change
- Climate Change and the Media
- Environmental Controversies
- Sociology of Science
- Sociology of Science & Technology
- Sociology of the Environment
- Sociological Theory
- Social Stratification
- Introduction to Sociology