JEFF ROSE, Ph.D. portrait
  • Assistant Professor (Lecturer), Parks, Recreation & Tourism

Research Keywords

  • Homelessness
  • Political Ecology
  • Outdoor Recreation
  • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Outdoor Adventure Education

Presentations

  • Rose, J. (September, 2020). Political ecology and the necropolitics of unsheltered homelessness during COVID-19. Political Ecology Network (POLLEN) Virtual Conference. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 09/22/2020.
  • Hendrick, M., Zajchowski, C., & Rose, J. (June, 2020). Modeling perceptions of the variability of ecosystem services in the Dolores River watershed. International Symposium on Society and Resource Management Virtual Conference. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 06/17/2020.
  • Schultz, C., Kumm, B., Legg, E., & Rose, J. (February, 2020). Radical leisures: Creating meaningful responses and taking a strategic offensive. The Academy of Leisure Sciences Annual Conference on Research and Teaching. Champaign, Illinois. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 02/13/2020.
  • Fernandez, M., Duffy, L., Rose, J., & Boluk, K. (February, 2020). Solution-based approaches to tackling the challenges of neoliberalism in higher education. The Academy of Leisure Sciences Annual Conference on Research and Teaching. Champaign, Illinois. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 02/12/2020.
  • Rose, J. (November, 2019). Homelessness, political ecology, and critical sustainability. Global Change and Sustainability Center Seminar Series. University of Utah. Salt Lake City, Utah. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 11/05/2019.
  • Rose, J. (November, 2019). Nature and veterans facing homelessness: Understanding the scope and the potential. Nature’s grace: America’s Veterans and the Healing Power of Nature. Salt Lake City, Utah. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 11/01/2019.
  • Rose, J. (October, 2019). Fortress conservation, indigenous displacement, and U.S. national parks. Sichuan Province-State of Utah Natural Resource and National Park Management Advanced Seminar. Sichuan Agricultural University. Chengdu, Sichuan, China. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 10/15/2019.
  • Zajchowski, C., Rose, J., Baker, K., & Brownlee, M. (April, 2019). The influence of priming on indicators and thresholds for outdoor recreation. National Environment and Recreation Research Symposium. Annapolis, Maryland. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 04/10/2019.
  • Crofford, E., South, F., Klamut, J., Zajchowski, C., & Rose, J. (April, 2019). The influence of temporal and weather dimensions on outdoor recreation in the wildland-urban interface. National Environment and Recreation Research Symposium. Annapolis, Maryland. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 04/08/2019.
  • Rose, J., Hinners, S., & Park, K. (April, 2019). Unsheltered homelessness and urban hydrosocial relations: Embodied political ecologies of two Salt Lake City riparian corridors. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers. Washington, D.C. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 04/05/2019.
  • Baker, K., Zajchowski, C., Rose, J., & Brownlee, M. (March, 2019). The role of place attachment in trail users’ normative evaluations of crowding in the wildland-urban interface. Southeastern Recreation Research Conference. Athens, Georgia. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/17/2019.
  • Baker, K.., Dustin, D., Rose, J., & Lepp, A. (March, 2019). Can smartphone use in backcountry settings influence place attachment levels? An investigation on the Pacific Crest Trail. Southeastern Recreation Research Conference. Athens, Georgia. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/16/2019.
  • South, F., Crofford, E., Klamut, J., Zajchowski, C., & Rose, J. (March, 2019). Using trail cameras to understand weather-dependent outdoor recreation. Southeastern Recreation Research Conference. Athens, Georgia. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/15/2019.
  • Wilson, J., & Rose, J. (March, 2019). Sharing public space with dogs. California Park and Recreation Society Research to Practice Symposium. Sacramento, California. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/01/2019.

Publications

  • Fernandez, M., Harris, B., & Rose, J. (2021). Greensplaining environmental justice: A narrative of race, ethnicity, and justice in urban greenspace development. Journal of Race, Ethnicity & the City, 2(2), 210-231. Published, 08/01/2021.
  • Brown, L., & Rose, J. (2021). Slow violence and homelessness: Activating public space and amplifying displacement. Lo Squaderno: Explorations in Space and Society, 59, 47-51.. Published, 07/01/2021.
  • Rose, J. (2021). Biopolitics, essential labor, and the political economic crises of COVID-19. Leisure Sciences, 43(1-2), 211-217. Published, 03/31/2021.
  • Dunlap, R., Rose, J., Standbridge, S., & Pruitt, C. (2021). Experiences of urban cycling: Emotional geographies of people and place. Leisure Studies, 40(1), 82-95. Published, 03/01/2021.
  • DeMarco, A., Hardenbrook, R., Rose, J., & Mendoza, D. (2020). Air pollution-related health impacts on individuals experiencing homelessness: Environmental justice and health vulnerability in Salt Lake County, Utah. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(22), 8413. Published, 12/01/2020.
  • Warner, R., Meerts, L., & Rose, J. (2020). Neoliberal ideologies in outdoor adventure education: Barriers to social justice and strategies for change. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 38(3), 77-92. Published, 10/06/2020.
  • Carter, D., Hutson, G., Lam, P., Rose, J., & Furman, N. (2020). The self-governance challenges facing climbers, with examples from Utah, Colorado, and Ontario. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 31, 100323.. Published, 09/01/2020.
  • Zajchowski, C., Amerson, K., Rose, J., & Brownlee, M. (2020). A test of the effect of place attachment on the crowding norms of hikers. Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership, 12(3), 350-357. Published, 08/01/2020.
  • Amerson, K., Rose, J., Dustin, D., & Lepp, A. (2020). Time on the trail, smartphone use, and place attachment among Pacific Crest Trail thru-hikers. Journal of Leisure Research, 51(3), 308-324. Published, 03/26/2020.
  • Rose, J., & Johnson, C. (2020). Contextualizing reliability and validity in qualitative research. Toward more rigorous and trustworthy qualitative social science in leisure research. Journal of Leisure Research, 51(4), 432-451. Published, 02/01/2020.
  • Rose, J. (2020). Unsheltered homelessness and the right to metabolism: An urban political ecology of health and sustainability. In A. Melis, J. A. Lara-Hernandez, and J. Thompson (eds.), Temporary appropriation in cities: Human spatialisation in public spaces and community resilience (pp. 147-156). Cham, Switzerland: Springer. Published, 01/10/2020.
  • Zajchowski, C., & Rose, J. (2020). Sensitive leisure: Writing the lived experience of air pollution. Leisure Sciences, 42(1), 1-14. Published, 01/01/2020.
  • Dustin, D., Amerson, K., Rose, J., & Lepp, A. (2019). The cognitive costs of distracted hiking. International Journal of Wilderness, 25(3). Published, 12/10/2019.
  • Rose, J., & Wilson, J. (2019). Assembling homelessness: A posthumanist political ecology approach to urban nature, wildlife, and actor-networks. Leisure Sciences, 41(5), 402-422. Published, 07/15/2019.
  • Zajchowski, C., Brownlee, M., & Rose, J. (2019). Air quality and the visitor experience in parks and protected areas. Tourism Geographies, 21(4), 613-634. Published, 07/01/2019.
  • Wilson, J., & Rose, J. (2019). A predator in the park: Mixed methods analysis of user preference for coyotes in urban parks. Leisure Studies, 38(3), 435-451. Published, 05/03/2019.
  • Rogers, E., Taylor, J., & Rose, J. (2019). Perceptions and experiences of diversity and inclusion of outdoor educators in higher education. Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership, 11(2), 134-150. Published, 05/02/2019.
  • White, M., Legg, E., Foroughi, B., & Rose, J. (2019). Constructing past, present, and future communities: Exploring the experiences of community among last-dollar scholarship students. Journal of Community Psychology, 47(4), 805-818. Published, 05/01/2019.
  • Zajchowski, C., Brownlee, M., Blacketer, M., Rose, J., Rumore, D., Watson, J., & Dustin, D. (2019). “Can you take me higher?”: Normative thresholds for air quality in the Salt Lake City Metropolitan area. Journal of Leisure Research, 50(2), 157-180. Published, 04/16/2019.
  • Furman, N., Rose, J., Rushford, N., & Brownlee, M. (2019). Supporting public lands in an uncertain age: The Wasatch Front Urban Ranger Program. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 37(1), 105-114. Published, 04/15/2019.
  • Zajchowski, C., Tysor, D., Brownlee, M., & Rose, J. (2019). Air quality and visitor behavior in United States parks and protected areas. Human Ecology, 47(1), 1-12. Published, 03/16/2019.
  • Rose, J. (2019). Unsheltered homelessness in urban parks: Perspectives on environment, health, and justice in Salt Lake City, Utah. Environmental Justice, 12(1), 12-16. Published, 03/01/2019.
  • Rogers, E., & Rose, J. (2019). A critical exploration of women’s gendered experiences in outdoor leadership. Journal of Experiential Education, 42(1), 37-50. Published, 02/01/2019.
  • Neild, M., & Rose, J. (2019, January). Addressing homelessness in public parks: A call for public education. Parks and Recreation, January, 50-54. Published, 01/09/2019.
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  • Neild, M., & Rose, J. (2018). An exploration of unsheltered homelessness management on an urban riparian corridor. People, Place, and Policy, 12(2), 84-98. Published, 12/14/2018.
  • Cachelin, A., & Rose, J. (2018). Guiding questions for critical sustainabilities. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 8(4), 570-572. Published, 07/04/2018.
  • Rose, J., & Cachelin, A. (2018). Critical sustainability: Incorporating critical theories into contested sustainabilities. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 8(4), 518-525. Published, 06/28/2018.
  • Rose, J., Brownlee, M., & Bricker, K. (2018). Managers’ perceptions of illegal marijuana cultivation on U.S. federal lands. In C. Miller (ed.), Where there’s smoke: The environmental science, public policy, and politics of marijuana (pp. 69-85). Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas. Published, 05/01/2018.
  • Zajchowski, C., & Rose, J. (2018). Sensitive leisure: Writing the lived experience of air pollution. Leisure Sciences. Published, 04/09/2018.
  • Stamberger, L., van Riper, C., Keller, R., Brownlee, M., & Rose, J. (2018). A GPS tracking study of recreationists in an Alaskan protected area. Applied Geography, 93, 92-102. Published, 03/02/2018.
  • Dustin, D., Beck, L., & Rose, J. (2018). Interpreting the Wilderness Act: A question of fidelity. International Journal of Wilderness, 24(1). Published, 03/01/2018.
  • Rose, J., & Carr, A. (2018). Political ecologies of leisure: A critical approach to nature-society relations in leisure studies. Annals of Leisure Research.. Published, 01/22/2018.
  • Rose, J. (2017). Review of Environments, natures and social theory: Towards a critical hybridity, by D. White, A. Rudy, and B. Gareau. Society & Natural Resources. Published, 11/09/2017.
  • Legg, E., Rose, J., Tanner, P., & Newland, A. (2017). Exploring sense of community in a relocated sports fan group. Sport in Society. Published, 10/16/2017.
  • Rose, J. (2017). Developing and sequencing community engagement and experiential education: A case study of urban geography teaching and research. The Professional Geographer. Published, 10/02/2017.
  • Dustin, D., Beck, L., & Rose, J. (2017). Landscape to techscape: Metamorphosis along the Pacific Crest Trail. International Journal of Wilderness, 23(1), 23-28. Published, 10/01/2017.
  • Rose, J., & Johnson, C. W. (2017). Homelessness, nature, and health: Toward a feminist political ecology of masculinities. Gender, Place & Culture, 24(7), 991-1010. Published, 07/10/2017.
  • Schmidt, C., & Rose, J. (2017). Environmental and cultural changes under Chilean neoliberalism: An ethnography of forestry and the Mapuche in Valle Elicura. Local Environment. Published, 05/30/2017.
  • Rose, J. (2017). Nostalgia for an imagined past: Political ecologies of homelessness in urban public nature. Lo Squaderno: Explorations in Space and Society, 43(March), 37-41. Published, 03/20/2017.
  • Rose, J. (2017). Cleansing public nature: Landscapes of homelessness, health, and displacement. Journal of Political Ecology, 24, 11-23. Published, 01/09/2017.
  • Rose, J., & Spencer, C. (2016). Immaterial labour in spaces of leisure: Producing biopolitical subjectivities through Facebook. Leisure Studies, 35(6), 809-826. Published, 11/01/2016.
  • Rose, J. (2016). Leisure and social class. In I. Schneider and D. Kivel (Eds.), Diversity and inclusion in recreation: Organizational perspectives (3rd Ed.) (pp. 123-141). Champaign, IL: Sagamore. Published, 07/01/2016.
  • Rose, J. (2016). Managing People’s Park with all people in mind. In I. Schneider and D. Kivel (Eds.), Diversity and inclusion in recreation: Organizational perspectives (3rd Ed.) (pp. 38-44). Champaign, IL: Sagamore. Published, 07/01/2016.
  • Cachelin, A., Rose, J., & Rumore, D. (2016). Leveraging place and community for critical sustainability education: The promise of participatory action research. Journal of Sustainability Education, 11(February), 1-20. Published, 04/15/2016.
  • Rose, J., Brownlee, M., & Bricker, K. (2016). Managers’ perceptions of illegal marijuana cultivation on U.S. federal lands. Society & Natural Resources, 29(2), 185-202. Published, 02/01/2016.
  • Mathis, A., & Rose, J. (2016). Balancing tourism, conservation, and development: A political ecology of contemporary ecotourism on the Galapagos Islands. Journal of Ecotourism, 15(1), 64-77. Published, 01/19/2016.
  • Rose, J. (2015). Review of America’s public lands: From Yellowstone to Smokey Bear and beyond, by R. Wilson. Society & Natural Resources, 28(6), 682-685. Published, 09/15/2015.
  • Rokenes, A., Schumann, S., & Rose, J. (2015). The art of guiding in nature-based adventure tourism: How guides can create client value and positive experiences on mountain bike and backcountry ski tours. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 15(sup1), 62-82. Published, 08/12/2015.
  • Rose, J., & Dustin, D. (2015). Tracing connections between the development of wilderness and outdoor education in the U.S.: Historical and future directions. Taproot: A Journal of Outdoor Education, 24(1), 4-10. Published, 08/04/2015.
  • Rose, J. (2015). Review of Romancing the wild: Cultural dimensions of ecotourism, by R. Fletcher. Taproot: A Journal of Outdoor Education, 24(1), 38-39. Published, 06/16/2015.
  • Rose, J. (2015). Ethnographic research for social justice: Critical engagement with homelessness in a public park. In C.W. Johnson and D.C. Parry (Eds.), Fostering social justice through qualitative inquiry: A methodological guide (pp. 129-160). San Francisco, CA: Left Coast Press. Published, 05/01/2015.
  • Jostad, J., & Rose, J. (2015). Making adventures work: Balancing group dynamics, communication, and group management processes for successful experiences. In R. Black and K. Bricker (Eds.), Adventure programming and travel for the 21st century (pp. 297-310). State College, PA: Venture. Published, 04/22/2015.
  • Cachelin, A., Rose, J., & Paisley, K. (2015). Disrupting neoliberal discourse in critical sustainability education: A qualitative analysis of intentional language framing. Environmental Education Research. Accepted, 01/01/2015.
  • Rose, J. (2014). Review of Outdoor adventure and social theory, by E. Pike and S. Beames (Eds.). Taproot: A Journal of Outdoor Education, 23(2), 37-38. Published, 09/16/2014.
  • Rose, J., & Cachelin, A. (2014). Critical sustainability in outdoor education: Connection to place as a means to social justice and ecological integrity. Taproot: A Journal of Outdoor Education, 23(1), 7-16. Published, 07/23/2014.
  • Rose, J. (2014). Ontologies of socioenvironmental justice: Homelessness and the production of social natures. Journal of Leisure Research, 46(3), 252-271. Published, 06/10/2014.
  • Rose, J. (2013). “This place is about the struggle”: Producing the common through homelessness in a public park. Lo Squaderno: Explorations in Space and Society, 30(December), 47-50. Published, 12/17/2013.
  • Rose, J. (2013). Terrain classification, climbing exposure, and technical management. Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership, 5(3), 242-257. Published, 06/19/2013.
  • Rose, J. (2013). Contesting homelessness: Public nature, political ecology, and socioenvironmental justice. In K. Schwab and D. Dustin (Eds.), Just leisure: Things that we believe in (pp. 58-66). Urbana, IL: Sagamore. Published, 05/21/2013.
  • Rose, J., & Cachelin, A. (2013). Critical sustainability: Promoting pedagogies of placefulness in outdoor education. Journal of Sustainability Education, 5(May), 1-29. Published, 05/03/2013.
  • Spencer, C., & Rose, J. (2013). The biopolitical labor of online leisure. LSA Leisure Research Showcase, Leisure Studies Association Newsletter, 94(March), 14-15. Published, 03/20/2013.
  • Spencer, C., & Rose, J. (2012). The democratizing potential of an online leisure space: Facebook and critical thought. International Journal of Virtual Communities and Social Networking, 4(3), 59-75. Published, 12/31/2012.
  • Rose, J., & Paisley, K. (2012). White privilege in experiential education: A critical reflection. Leisure Sciences, 34(2), 136-154. Published, 12/01/2012.
  • Cachelin, A., Rose, J., Dustin, D, & Shooter, W. (2011). Metaphorically speaking: A rejoinder to Mitten, Caston, Apelian, and Gookin. Journal of Sustainability Education, 2(March). Published, 10/2011.
  • Cachelin, A., Rose, J., Dustin, D., & Shooter, W. (2011). Sustainability in outdoor education: Rethinking root metaphors. Journal of Sustainability Education, 2(March). Published, 03/01/2011.