Debbie Hopkins
TitleCited byYear
The energy cultures framework: Exploring the role of norms, practices and material culture in shaping energy behaviour in New Zealand
J Stephenson, B Barton, G Carrington, A Doering, R Ford, D Hopkins, ...
Energy Research & Social Science 7, 117-123, 2015
672015
The sustainability of climate change adaptation strategies in New Zealand's ski industry: a range of stakeholder perceptions
D Hopkins
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 22 (1), 107-126, 2014
572014
Generation Y Mobilities through the lens of energy cultures: a preliminary exploration
D Hopkins, J Stephenson
Journal of Transport Geography 38, 88-91, 2014
572014
Denying bogus skepticism in climate change and tourism research
CM Hall, B Amelung, S Cohen, E Eijgelaar, S Gössling, J Higham, ...
Tourism Management 47, 352-356, 2015
362015
Climate change perceptions and responses in Scotland's ski industry
D Hopkins, K Maclean
Tourism Geographies 16 (3), 400-414, 2014
362014
Climate change in a regional context: relative vulnerability in the Australasian skier market
D Hopkins, JES Higham, S Becken
Regional Environmental Change 13 (2), 449-458, 2013
292013
The perceived risks of local climate change in Queenstown, New Zealand
D Hopkins
Current Issues in Tourism 18 (10), 947-965, 2015
262015
Conceptualizing transport transitions: Energy Cultures as an organizing framework
J Stephenson, D Hopkins, A Doering
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment 4 (4), 354-364, 2015
262015
Adolescents' perceptions of cycling versus walking to school: Understanding the New Zealand context
S Mandic, D Hopkins, EG Bengoechea, C Flaherty, J Williams, L Sloane, ...
Journal of Transport & Health 4, 294-304, 2017
242017
Perceptions of cycling among high school students and their parents
D Hopkins, S Mandic
International journal of sustainable transportation 11 (5), 342-356, 2017
232017
Can environmental awareness explain declining preference for car-based mobility amongst generation Y? A qualitative examination of learn to drive behaviours
D Hopkins
Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice 94, 149-163, 2016
232016
No time for smokescreen skepticism: A rejoinder to Shani and Arad
CM Hall, B Amelung, S Cohen, E Eijgelaar, S Gössling, J Higham, ...
Tourism Management 47, 341-347, 2015
232015
Built Environment and Active Transport to School (BEATS) Study: protocol for a cross-sectional study
S Mandic, J Williams, A Moore, D Hopkins, C Flaherty, G Wilson, ...
BMJ open 6 (5), e011196, 2016
222016
Enrolling in the Closest School or Not? Implications of school choice decisions for active transport to school
S Mandic, S Sandretto, EG Bengoechea, D Hopkins, A Moore, J Rodda, ...
Journal of Transport & Health 6, 347-357, 2017
212017
Climate change and Aotearoa New Zealand
D Hopkins, C Campbell‐Hunt, L Carter, JES Higham, C Rosin
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 6 (6), 559-583, 2015
212015
Using provenance to create stability: State‐led territorialisation of C entral O tago as assemblage
C Rosin, A Dwiartama, D Grant, D Hopkins
New Zealand Geographer 69 (3), 235-248, 2013
182013
Academic mobility in the Anthropocene era: a comparative study of university policy at three New Zealand institutions
D Hopkins, J Higham, S Tapp, T Duncan
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 24 (3), 376-397, 2016
172016
Built Environment and Active Transport to School (BEATS) Study: multidisciplinary and multi-sector collaboration for physical activity promotion
S Mandic, A Mountfort, D Hopkins, C Flaherty, J Williams, E Brook, ...
RETOS. Nuevas Tendencias en Educación Física, Deporte y Recreación, 197-202, 2015
172015
The replication and reduction of automobility: Findings from Aotearoa New Zealand
D Hopkins, J Stephenson
Journal of transport geography 56, 92-101, 2016
162016
Change trends in urban freight delivery: A qualitative inquiry
D Hopkins, A McCarthy
Geoforum 74, 158-170, 2016
122016
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