People-Environment Research Group
Adina Dumitru is a researcher at the University of Coruña, Spain, and a member of the People-Environment Research Group (www.peopleenvironment-udc.org).
She has been an Assistant Professor of Social Psychology at the West University of Timisoara. Her research focuses on the structural and individual determinants of pro-environmental behavior, on participatory processes for designing transition pathways and on the barriers to and drivers of sustainable practices in workplaces and communities. She has also worked on issues of risk perception and management as well as issues of justice in processes of political transitions from dictatorships to democracies. She is experienced in both qualitative and quantitative methods of psychological research. She is currently working on a FP-7 funded European project (LOCAW). She has been a Fulbright Scholar in Political Psychology in the United States, at Washington State University. She was a Visiting Lecturer of the University of Corunna (Spain), a member of the Sustainability network of the University of Umea (Sweden) and has also been a visiting researcher at the National Autonomous University of México. She has extensive experience working in international research projects. She is an invited political analyst in several regional media, such as La Voz de Galicia or V Televisión.
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