Even though Americans shared the experience of living through a global pandemic, their individual attitudes towards it differed and evolved – sometimes dramatically. This story also appeared in The Conversation We study risk perception. Using public opinion polls and state-level data, we conducted an in-depth analysis of how American attitudes and behaviors changed over the […]
Author Archives: Feng Hao/University of South Florida
Feng Hao (Ph.D., 2015, Washington State University) is Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of South Florida. His research, which has been published in journals including Environmental Science & Policy, Climatic Change, Environmental Politics, Sociological Perspectives and China Quarterly uses multiple statistical methods to analyze the anthropogenic drivers of climate change and public opinion about the environment.