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Brendan Doody

  • Research Associate in Urban Mobility
  • School of Geography and the Enivronment, University of Oxford
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Research interests

practice theory; nature and society; energy; climate change; new technologies; natural hazards; perceptions of risk; low-carbon lifestyles; urban ecology

Co-authors (9)

  • Christof Mueller
  • Cameron McQuale
  • Giyasettin Demirhan
  • Steven Wangen
  • Jeff Diez

Publications (5)

  • Socio-technical factors influencing current trends in material throughput in the UK automotive industry

    • Cooper S
    • Doody B
    • Allwood J
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  • A review of people’s behavior in and around floodwater

    • Becker J
    • Taylor H
    • Doody B
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  • Performing weeds: Gardening, plant agencies and urban plant conservation

    • Doody B
    • Perkins H
    • Sullivan J
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  • Heating and cooling homes: A study of residential householder's practices and views on energy, adopting new technologies and low temperature geothermal resources. GNS Science report 2010/13.

    • Doody B
    • Becker J
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  • Ignition Point: An introductory bibliography of social science around climate change

    • Doody B
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Professional experience

Research Associate in Urban Mobility

School of Geography and the Enivronment, University of Oxford

April 2017 - Present

Research Associate in Cars and People

Department of Engineering, Cambridge University

December 2015 - April 2017(a year)

PhD Candidate

Department of Geography, Durham University

October 2011 - September 2015(4 years)

Social Scientist

GNS Science

September 2008 - September 2011(3 years)

Technician

Department of Conservation

August 2008

Research Assistant

Lindis Consulting

February 2008 - April 2008(2 months)

Field Assistant

Landcare Research

November 2006 - November 2007(a year)

Graduate tutor

Lincoln University, New Zealand

February 2004 - June 2006(2 years)

Summer Research Scholar

Lincoln University, New Zealand

November 2003 - May 2004(6 months)

Education history

PhD

Durham University

October 2011 - September 2015(4 years)

Bachelor of Recreation Management (Parks)

Lincoln University

Masters of Applied Science

Lincoln University