Engaging in Energy Communities: The role of the researcher
Haggerty, Julia Hobson
Walsh, Kathryn Bills
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This workbook / planning guide was designed to support researchers who are studying the social impacts of energy development and wish to better understand and mitigate “research fatigue,” a state in which citizens of a community who are already experiencing massive change may be exhausted by additional attention from researchers, the media and others outside the community. The workbook can be used as a stand-alone resource or as a complement to the Understanding Research Fatigue online module. It will help students and early-career researchers strategically plan their approaches to working in energy-impacted communities in order to minimize the risk of research fatigue.