Deserai Crow
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COVID-19 and the policy sciences: initial reactions and perspectives
CM Weible, D Nohrstedt, P Cairney, DP Carter, DA Crow, AP Durnová, ...
Policy sciences 53, 225-241, 2020
Understanding a period of policy change: The case of hydraulic fracturing disclosure policy in C olorado
T Heikkila, JJ Pierce, S Gallaher, J Kagan, DA Crow, CM Weible
Review of Policy Research 31 (2), 65-87, 2014
Narratives as tools for influencing policy change
D Crow, M Jones
Policy & Politics 46 (2), 217-234, 2018
Media in the policy process: Using framing and narratives to understand policy influences
DA Crow, A Lawlor
Review of Policy Research 33 (5), 472-491, 2016
How can we use the ‘science of stories’ to produce persuasive scientific stories?
M D Jones, D Anderson Crow
Palgrave Communications 3 (1), 1-9, 2017
Policy entrepreneurs, issue experts, and water rights policy change in Colorado
DA Crow
Review of Policy Research 27 (3), 299-315, 2010
Using the narrative policy framework to understand stakeholder strategy and effectiveness: A multi-case analysis
DA Crow, J Berggren
The science of stories: Applications of the narrative policy framework in …, 2014
Beliefs about climate change in the aftermath of extreme flooding
EA Albright, D Crow
Climatic Change 155 (1), 1-17, 2019
Do disasters lead to learning? Financial policy change in local government
DA Crow, EA Albright, T Ely, E Koebele, L Lawhon
Review of Policy Research 35 (4), 564-589, 2018
Local media and experts: Sources of environmental policy initiation?
DA Crow
Policy Studies Journal 38 (1), 143-164, 2010
Local media coverage of wildfire disasters: An analysis of problems and solutions in policy narratives
DA Crow, J Berggren, LA Lawhon, EA Koebele, A Kroepsch, J Huda
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 35 (5), 849-871, 2017
A narrative policy framework analysis of wildfire policy discussions in two Colorado communities
DA Crow, LA Lawhon, J Berggren, J Huda, E Koebele, A Kroepsch
Politics & policy 45 (4), 626-656, 2017
During disaster: Refining the concept of focusing events to better explain long-duration crises
RA DeLeo, K Taylor, DA Crow, TA Birkland
International Review of Public Policy 3 (3: 1), 2021
Learning processes, public and stakeholder engagement: Analyzing responses to Colorado’s extreme flood events of 2013
EA Albright, DA Crow
Urban Climate 14, 79-93, 2015
Capacity building toward resilience: How communities recover, learn, and change in the aftermath of extreme events
EA Albright, DA Crow
Policy Studies Journal 49 (1), 89-122, 2021
Culture, politics and climate change: how information shapes our common future
D Crow, M Boykoff
Routledge, 2014
Risk‐based policy narratives
A Lawlor, D Crow
Policy Studies Journal 46 (4), 843-867, 2018
Governing in a polarized era: federalism and the response of US State and Federal Governments to the COVID-19 pandemic
TA Birkland, K Taylor, DA Crow, R DeLeo
Publius: The Journal of Federalism 51 (4), 650-672, 2021
Intergovernmental relationships after disaster: state and local government learning during flood recovery in Colorado
DA Crow, EA Albright
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 21 (3), 257-274, 2019
“Conservation” as a catalyst for conflict: Considering stakeholder understanding in policy making
DA Crow, O Baysha
Review of Policy Research 30 (3), 302-320, 2013
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