Melissa Beresford
Melissa Beresford
Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, San Jose State University
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Exposing the myths of household water insecurity in the global north: A critical review
K Meehan, W Jepson, LM Harris, A Wutich, M Beresford, A Fencl, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7 (6), e1486, 2020
Can informal water vendors deliver on the promise of a human right to water? Results from Cochabamba, Bolivia
A Wutich, M Beresford, C Carvajal
World Development 79, 14-24, 2016
A conceptual framework for social, behavioral, and environmental change through stakeholder engagement in water resource management
WM Eaton, KJ Brasier, ME Burbach, W Whitmer, EW Engle, M Burnham, ...
Society & Natural Resources 34 (8), 1111-1132, 2021
Blogs as elusive ethnographic texts: Methodological and ethical challenges in qualitative online research
LC Kurtz, S Trainer, M Beresford, A Wutich, A Brewis
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 16 (1), 1609406917705796, 2017
Metatheme analysis: a qualitative method for cross-cultural research
A Wutich, M Beresford, C SturtzSreetharan, A Brewis, S Trainer, J Hardin
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 20, 16094069211019907, 2021
The economic anthropology of water
A Wutich, M Beresford
Economic Anthropology 6 (2), 168-182, 2019
Autogestión and water sharing networks in Puerto Rico after Hurricane María
A Roque, A Wutich, A Brewis, M Beresford, C García-Quijano, H Lloréns, ...
Water International 46 (6), 938-955, 2021
Water sharing is a distressing form of reciprocity: Shame, upset, anger, and conflict over water in twenty cross‐cultural sites
A Wutich, A Rosinger, A Brewis, M Beresford, S Young, ...
American Anthropologist 124 (2), 279-290, 2022
The embedded economics of water: Insights from economic anthropology
M Beresford
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 7 (4), e1443, 2020
Entrepreneurship as legacy building: Reimagining the economy in post‐apartheid South Africa
M Beresford
Economic Anthropology 7 (1), 65-79, 2020
Does ecosystem services valuation reflect local cultural valuations? Comparative analysis of resident perspectives in four major urban river ecosystems
MV du Bray, R Stotts, M Beresford, A Wutich, A Brewis
Economic Anthropology 6 (1), 21-33, 2019
Water security and scarcity
A Wutich, M Beresford, T Montoya, L Radonic, C Workman
Oxford research encyclopedia of anthropology. Oxford University Press. https …, 2022
Identifying stakeholder groups in natural resource management: Comparing quantitative and qualitative social network approaches
A Wutich, M Beresford, JC Bausch, W Eaton, KJ Brasier, CF Williams, ...
Society & Natural Resources 33 (7), 941-948, 2020
Coding qualitative data at scale: Guidance for large coder teams based on 18 studies
M Beresford, A Wutich, MV du Bray, A Ruth, R Stotts, C SturtzSreetharan, ...
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 21, 16094069221075860, 2022
Participatory modeling: A methodology for engaging stakeholder knowledge and participation in social science research
B Quimby, M Beresford
Field Methods 35 (1), 73-82, 2023
Rethinking entrepreneurship through distribution: distributive relations and the reproduction of racialized inequality among South African entrepreneurs
M Beresford
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 27 (1), 108-127, 2021
Ayni Real and Imagined: Reciprocity, Indigenous Institutions, and Development Discourses in Contemporary Bolivia
A Wutich, M Beresford, C Carvajal
The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology 22 (3), 475-494, 2017
Moral economies for water: A framework for analyzing norms of justice, economic behavior, and social enforcement in the contexts of water inequality
M Beresford, A Wutich, D Garrick, G Drew
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 10 (2), e1627, 2023
Anticipating elite capture: the social devaluation of municipal tap water users in the Phoenix metropolitan area
A Brewis, K Meehan, M Beresford, A Wutich
Water International 46 (6), 821-840, 2021
Household Water Insecurity Experiences Research Coordination Network 2022 Water sharing is a distressing form of reciprocity: shame, upset, anger, and conflict over water in …
A Wutich, A Rosinger, A Brewis, M Beresford, S Young
American Anthropologist 124 (2), 279-290, 0
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