He joined the faculty after receiving a PhD in Sociology from Pennsylvania State University in 1980. Dr. Krannich's research focuses generally on the social implications of natural resource use, development and management, with a primary emphasis on resource and environmental issues affecting non-metropolitan areas of the Intermountain West region of the United States. Currently he is engaged in research focusing on the implications of changes in resource-based economies for social organization and social well-being in western rural communities. His recent professional activities have included service as editor of the journal Society and Natural Resources, as President of the Rural Sociological Society, and as Executive Director of the International Association for Society and Natural Resources.
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Identification with Resource-Based Occupations and Desire for Tourism: Are the Two Necessarily Inconsistent? (with Peggy Petrzelka and Joan Brehm), SSWA Faculty Publications (2006)
Social Change and Well-Being in Western Amenity-Growth Communities (with Peggy Petrzelka and Joan Brehm), SSWA Faculty Publications (2006)
Tourism and Natural Amenity Development: Real Opportunities? (with Peggy Petrzelka), SSWA Faculty Publications (2003)
Interdisciplinary natural resource and environmental policy program at Utah State University (with Joanna Endter-Wada), Natural Resources and Environmental Issues (1998)
The Natural Resource and Environmental Policy Program at Utah State University (USU) is an interdisciplinary,...