Neva Leposa has a PhD in Environmental Social Sciences. Her research interest lies in exploring framing, governance, and planning human-nature relations.
She empirically explores outdoor recreation at seas as well as in urban places.
Publikationer i urval
Lepoša, N., Peinert, H., & Qviström, M. (2023). Negotiating the city during the dark season: a study of recreational running. Mobilities, 1-16.
Lepoša, N., & Knutsson, P. (2022). Framing matters for ontological politics of the ocean: Contrasting European union policy framings with recreationists’ alternative experiences of a living sea world. Society & Natural Resources, 1-17.
Leposa, N. (2020). Problematic blue growth: a thematic synthesis of social sustainability problems related to growth in the marine and coastal tourism. Sustainability Science, 15(4), 1233-1244.
Gee, K., Blazauskas, N., Dahl, K., Göke, C., Hassler, B., Kannen, A., Leposa, N., Morf, A., Strand, H., Weig, B. and Zaucha, J., 2019. Can tools contribute to integration in MSP? A comparative review of selected tools and approaches. Ocean & Coastal Management, 179, p.104834.
Leposa, N. (2018). When Sea becomes home. Annals of Tourism research, 72, 11-21.
Leposa, N. (2017). The emergence of ambivalent leisure consumers–The case of boating along the Swedish West Coast. Journal of Cleaner Production, 145, 35-44.
Institutionen för stad och land; Landskapsarkitektur Fysisk planering