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

Research Keywords

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

Presentations

  • Meerts, L., Rose, J., & Lackey, Q. (April, 2022). How perceptions of diversity in outdoor recreation vary by race and socioeconomic status. National Environment and Recreation Research Symposium. Annapolis, Maryland. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 04/01/2022.
  • DeMarco, A., Hardenbrook, R., & Rose, J. (March, 2022). Political drivers of individuals experiencing homelessness on urban waterways in Salt Lake City. Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, Utah. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/02/2022.
  • Rose, J., Zajchowski, C., Hendricks, M., & Scruggs, C. (March, 2022). Perceptions of recreational scarcity: Social and cultural meanings of climate-induced fluctuations on the Dolores River Watershed. Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, Utah. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/01/2022.
  • Rose, J. (February, 2022). Unsheltered homelessness and the right to metabolism: Urban political ecology and necropolitics during COVID-19. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers. Online. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 02/15/2022.
  • Lackey, Q., Meerts, L., & Rose, J. (February, 2022). The relationship between connection to nature, childhood experiences with outdoor recreation, and interest in the outdoor recreation profession. Coalition for Education in the Outdoors. Asheville, North Carolina. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 02/01/2022.
  • Rose, J. (June, 2021). Unsheltered homelessness in parks and open spaces: Assumptions underpinning action and management. International Association for Society and Natural Resources Conference. Online. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 06/02/2021.
  • Hendrick, M., Zajchowski, C., Rose, J., & Scruggs, C. (June, 2021). Characterizing stakeholder perceptions of ecosystem services and adaptive water governance in the Dolores River. International Association for Society and Natural Resources Conference. Online. (IASNR Best Masters Student Paper Award). Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 06/01/2021.
  • Fernandez, M., Harris, B., & Rose, J. (May, 2021). Greensplaining environmental justice: A critical race theory narrative about race, ethnicity, and justice in urban greenspace development. Canadian Congress on Leisure Research. Online. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 05/01/2021.
  • Scruggs, C., Hendricks, M., Rose, J., & Zajchowski, C. (March, 2021). A river Rawls through it: Political ecologies of justice in the Dolores River watershed. Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting. Online. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/01/2021.
  • Lepp, A., Rose, J., Dustin, D., & Amerson, K. (February, 2021). Thru-hikers’ smartphone use on the Pacific Crest Trail. The Academy of Leisure Sciences Annual Conference on Research and Teaching. Online. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 02/01/2021.
  • 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

  • Hinners, S., Rose, J., Choi, D., & Park, K. (2022). Geographically evaluating urban-wildland juxtapositions across 36 United States urban areas. Geography and Sustainability, 3, 139-151. Published, 06/01/2022.
  • Joyner, L., Yague, B., Cachelin, A., & Rose, J. (2022). Farms and gardens everywhere but not a bite to eat? A critical geographic approach to food apartheid in Salt Lake City. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 11(2), 1-22. Published, 03/01/2022.
  • Schultz, C., Kumm, B., Legg, E., & Rose, J. (2022). Emotional pedagogies: Strategies for engaging social justice in the classroom. Schole: A Journal of Leisure Studies and Recreation Education, 37(1-2), 82-96.. Published, 02/01/2022.
  • Rose, J., Pitt, A., Verbos, R., & Weller, L. (2022). Incorporating racial justice in the planning and management of U.S. national parks. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 40(1), 44-60. Published, 01/31/2022.
  • 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.