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My research agenda is concerned with how a sociological understanding of everyday eating practices can inform transitions towards more sustainable societies. At the heart of this program is exploring how social inequalities affect the potential for such transition, and to make a contribution to critical debates at the environment/society interface, at a global level. By putting sociologiocal data to the task of understanding differentiated everyday lives, we are well equipped to challenge configurations upholding environmentally and socially unsustainable arrangements.
Structured keywords and research groupings
- Cabot Institute City Futures Research
- Cabot Institute Food Security Research
- Cabot Institute Environmental Change Research
Paddock, J. & Whillans, J., 30 Jun 2020, In : Cultural Sociology.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal)Open AccessFile13 Downloads (Pure)
Paddock, J., Whillans, J. A. & Warde, A., 1 Jun 2020, Manchester University Press.
Research output: Book/Report › Authored book
Exploring (non‐)meat eating and “translated cuisines” out of home: Evidence from three English citiesPaddock, J., Neuman, N. & Mylan, J., 12 Oct 2019, In : International Journal of Consumer Studies. p. 1-8 8 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal)