Projects per year
My research agenda is concerned with how a sociological understanding of everyday eating practices - how they are reproduced, and how they change - can inform transitions towards more sustainable societies. At the heart of this program of research is to explore and document the experience of those living with loss of access to appropriate food as a result of social, political, economic, and environmental changes. By putting sociologiocal data to the task of understanding patterns of consumption and the meanings that shape and underpin their reproduction over time, I aim to further explore the potential to challenge configurations that uphold environmentally and socially unsustainable arrangements. So far, I have worked on the intersection of these research areas in the UK as well as across the Caribbean.
Structured keywords and research groupings
- Cabot Institute City Futures Research
- Cabot Institute Food Security Research
- Cabot Institute Environmental Change Research
Justicia alimentaria, de la tierra y climática en el Caribe: respuestas sistémicas al COVID-19 como estado de emergencia climática prolongadaEduardo Barreto Sanchez, D., Gutierrez Escobar, L., Toro Pérez, C., Algoed, L., Ferrando, T., Northover, P., Johnson, H., Livingston Forbes, G., Marin Coleman, Y., Mussington, J., Juliá Pacheco, M., Bassett, P. & Paddock, J., 4 Feb 2021, In: Ecología política. 60
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-review
Paddock, J. & Whillans, J., 30 Jun 2020, In: Cultural Sociology.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile19 Downloads (Pure)
Paddock, J., Whillans, J. A. & Warde, A., 15 May 2020, Manchester University Press.
Research output: Book/Report › Authored book