Tim Harries
Tim Harries
Department for Transport
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Victim pressure, institutional inertia and climate change adaptation: The case of flood risk
T Harries, E Penning-Rowsell
Global Environmental Change 21 (1), 188-197, 2011
Feeling secure or being secure? Why it can seem better not to protect yourself against a natural hazard
T Harries
Health, risk & society 10 (5), 479-490, 2008
Is social norms marketing effective? A case study in domestic electricity consumption
T Harries, R Rettie, M Studley, K Burchell, S Chambers
European Journal of Marketing 47 (9), 1458-1475, 2013
Review of disability estimates and definitions: A study carried out on behalf of the department for work and pensions
M Bajekal, T Harris, R Breman, K Woodfield
Department for Work and Pensions, Social Research Division, 2004
The anticipated emotional consequences of adaptive behaviour—Impacts on the take-up of household flood-protection measures
T Harries
Environment and Planning A 44 (3), 649-668, 2012
Effectiveness of a smartphone app in increasing physical activity amongst male adults: a randomised controlled trial
T Harries, P Eslambolchilar, R Rettie, C Stride, S Walton, ...
BMC public health 16 (1), 1-10, 2016
Flood resilience community pathfinder evaluation: Rapid evidence assessment
C Twigger-Ross, E Kashefi, S Weldon, K Brooks, H Deeming, S Forrest, ...
Defra, 2014
Walking as a social practice: dispersed walking and the organisation of everyday practices
T Harries, R Rettie
Sociology of Health & Illness 38 (6), 874-883, 2016
Systematisation, evaluation and context conditions of structural and non-structural measures for flood risk reduction
J Schanze, G Hutter, A Offert, EC Penning-Rowsell, D Parker, T Harries, ...
CRUE Funding Initiative on Flood Risk Management Research, 2008
Walking in the wild–using an always-on smartphone application to increase physical activity
T Harries, P Eslambolchilar, C Stride, R Rettie, S Walton
Human-Computer Interaction–INTERACT 2013: 14th IFIP TC 13 International …, 2013
Why it takes an ‘ontological shock’to prompt increases in small firm resilience: Sensemaking, emotions and flood risk
T Harries, L McEwen, A Wragg
International Small Business Journal 36 (6), 712-733, 2018
Householder responses to flood risk: the consequences of the search for ontological security
T Harries
Middlesex University, 2008
Responding to flood risk in the UK
T Harries
Cities at risk: Living with perils in the 21st century, 45-72, 2013
New Deal for Disabled People: Third synthesis report–key findings from the evaluation
B Stafford, S Bell, R Kornfield, K Lam, L Orr, K Ashworth, L Adelman, ...
Department of Work & Pensions, 2007
A step in the journey to food waste: How and why mealtime surpluses become unwanted
A Aleshaiwi, T Harries
Appetite 158, 105040, 2021
Flood resilience community pathfinder evaluation: Final evaluation report
C Twigger-Ross, P Orr, K Brooks, R Sadauskis, H Deeming, J Fielding, ...
Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, 2015
Ontological Security and Natural Hazards
T Harries
Oxford Research Encylopedia of Natural Hazard Science, 2017
Shedding new light on the (in) compatibility of chronic disease management with everyday life–social practice theory, mobile technologies and the interwoven time‐spaces of …
T Harries, R Rettie, J Gabe
Sociology of health & illness 41 (7), 1396-1409, 2019
Cities at risk: Living with perils in the 21st century
H Joffe, T Rossetto, J Adams
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
Childcare: how local markets respond to national initiatives
T Harries, I La Valle, S Dickens
Department for Education and Skills, 2004
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