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Jen Dickie is an environmental geographer who specialises in using mixed-method approaches to bridge the disciplinary boundaries between the natural and social sciences. She is particularly interested in socio-spatial approaches to understanding how people interact with different environments. Jen has experience working with marginalised communities in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, and social and environmental justice is central to her research.
Posts by Jennifer Dickie
Cultural taboos are often described as an insurmountable barrier to adoption of domestic toilet-linked anaerobic digesters (TLADs). This study provides a better understanding of the socio-cultural res...