* Undergraduate; **Graduate student
Smith, L.**, Ross, H., Shouldice, S**. and Wolfe, S. (2022) “Mortality management and climate action: A review and reference for using Terror Management Theory methods in interdisciplinary environmental research.” WIREs Climate Change. https://doi.org/10.1002/wcc.776
Ross**, H.C. and S.E. Wolfe (2021). “Mortality awareness and lawn watering: Using terror management theory to understand residential water consumption.” The International Journal of Social Sustainability in Economic, Social, and Cultural Context. 17(2). https://doi.org/10.18848/2325-1115/CGP/v17i02/29-53
Andrews, Evan, Sarah Wolfe, Prateep Kumar Nayak, Derek Armitage (2021). “Coastal Fishers Livelihood Behaviours and their Psychosocial Explanations: Implications for Fisheries Governance in a Changing World.” Frontiers in Marine Science (Marine Affairs and Policy). https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmars.2021.634484/full
Smith**, Lauren K. M., Jennifer K. Lynes, and S. E. Wolfe (2019). “Community-Based Social Marketing—Creating Lasting, Sustainable, Environmental Change: Case Study of a Household Stormwater Management Program in the Region of Waterloo, Ontario.” Social Marketing Quarterly, 25(4), 308-326. https://doi.org/10.1177/1524500419883288
Wolfe, S.E. and A. Tubi (2018). “Terror Management Theory and Mortality Awareness: A Missing Link in Climate Response Studies?” WIREs Climate Change. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/wcc.566
Cote**, S. A., H. C. Ross**, K. David**, and S. E. Wolfe (2017). “Walkerton revisited: how our psychological defenses may influence responses to water crises.” Ecology and Society 22(3):32. https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-09616-220332
Cote**, S. A. and S. E. Wolfe. (2017). “Evidence of mortality salience and psychological defenses in bottled water campaigns” Applied Environmental Education & Communication 22(3):32. doi: 10.1080/1533015X.2017.1399836
Wolfe, S.E. (2017). “Fear, Anger and Responsibility: Using emotions and Terror Management Theory to assess historic speeches about water and policy.” Water History
S.E. Wolfe and Brooks, David (2016). “Mortality awareness and water decisions: a social psychological analysis of supply-management, demand management and soft-path paradigms.” Water International. doi: 10.1080/02508060.2016.1248093
Mann*, C. and S.E. Wolfe (2016). “Risk perceptions and Terror Management Theory: assessing public responses to urban flooding in Toronto, Canada.” Water Resources Management. 30(8): 2651-2670
Ross*, H. and S.E. Wolfe (2015). “Life after death: evidence of the Hoover Dam as a hero project that defends against mortality reminders.” Water History, 1-19. doi: 10.1007/s12685-015-0151-9
Cote*, S. and Wolfe, S.E. (2014). “Assessing the Social and Economic Barriers to Permeable Surface Utilization for Residential Driveways in Kitchener, Ontario.”Environmental Practice. 16: 6–18. doi:10.1017/S1466046613000641
Wolfe, S.E. (2014). “Women’s choices and Canadian water research and policy: a study of professionals’ careers, mentorship and experiential knowledge.”Environmental Practice. 16: 37–51. doi: 10.1017/S1466046613000550
Wolfe, S.E., S. Davidson** and T. Reid* (2013). “Mentorship, knowledge transmission and female professionals in Canadian water research and policy.” Water Policy. 15:610-627
Wolfe, S.E. (2012) “Water cognition and cognitive affective mapping: identifying priority clusters within a Canadian water efficiency community.” Water Resources Management. 26(10): 2991-3004. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11269-012-0061-x
Elton**, K. and S.E. Wolfe (2011). “Water Efficiency and the Professional Plumbing Sector: How capacity and capability influence knowledge acquisition and innovation.” Water Resources Management. 26(2): 595-608. doi: 10.1007/s11269-011-9934-7
Wolfe, S.E and E. Hendriks** (2011). “Building Towards Water Efficiency: The influence of capacity and capability on innovation adoption in the Canadian home-building and resale industries.” International Journal of Housing and Built Environment. 26(1): 47-72.
Brooks, David and Sarah Wolfe. (2011) “Institutional Challenges for Effective Implementation of Water Demand Management and Institutional Assessment for Capacity Development.” Chapter in: Hammou Laamrani, Joshua Paglia and Lamia El-Fattal (Eds.). “Water Demand Management in the Middle East and North Africa: Policy, Practice and Power.” International Development Research Centre. Cairo, Egypt and Ottawa, Canada.
Wolfe, S.E. (2010). “Beyond a Pipe Dream – The role of social capital in the development of a community’s water efficiency strategy.” Environmental Practice – Journal of the National Association of Environmental Professionals. 12 (3): 214-226.
Wolfe, S.E. (2009). “A Social Innovation Framework for Water Demand Management Policy: Practitioners’ Capabilities, Capacity, Collaboration, and Commitment.” Society and Natural Resources. 22(5): 474-483.
Wolfe, S.E. (2009). “What’s your story? Practitioners’ tacit knowledge and water demand management policies in southern Africa and Canada.” Water Policy.11: 489-503.
Wolfe, Sarah and K. Elton** (2009). “Pushing the boundaries: shifting water soft paths philosophy toward hard policy in municipal water management.” Chapter in: Brooks, David, Oliver Brandes, and Stephen Gurman (Eds.). Making the Most of the Water We Have: The Soft Path Approach to Water Management. EarthScan, London, UK.
Wolfe, S.E. (2008). “Capacity, capability, collaboration and commitment: How social networks influence practitioners of municipal water demand management policy in Ontario, Canada.” Environmental Practice – Journal of the National Association of Environmental Professionals. 10(2): 42-52.
Brooks, D. and S. Wolfe (2007). “Water Demand Management as Governance: Lessons from the Middle East and South Africa.” Chapter in: Shuval, Hillel and Hassan Dweik (Eds.). Water Resources in the Middle East: Israel-Palestinian Water Issues – From Conflict to Cooperation. Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security and Peace, Vol. 2. Springer-Verlag.
Wolfe, S.E. and D.B. Brooks (2003). “Water Scarcity: An alternative view and its implications for policy and for capacity building.” Natural Resources Forum. 27(1): 99-107.