Miss Jessica Paddock
Paddock, J. (2012) ‘Marking the boundaries: position taking in the field of ‘alternative’ food consumption’ in (forthcoming) 'Sustainable Food Planning: Evolving Theory and Practice' Chapter 12, Wagenigen Press.
Horlick-Jones, T. Rowe, G. Murcott A. & Watermeyer R. and Paddock, J.(2011) Science, Trust and Public Engagement: Exploring Future Pathways to Good Governance - Evaluation. London: Sciencewise/BIS.
Paddock, J. (2009) “Economy, Ecology, Society: The Importance of Class for the Sustainable Development Agenda” Cardiff University School of Social Science, Working Paper No. 125 ISBN 978-1-904815-88-4.
Peer Reviewed Conference Papers
‘The Importance of Social Class for Sustainable Consumption’ for the FONA Social-Ecological Research Conference on Sustainable Consumption – Towards Action and Impact, November 2011
‘Equity for the Sustainable Development Agenda: Social Class ‘Ethical’ Consumption and ‘Alternative’ Food Networks’, at AESOP European Sustainable Food Planning, October 2010.
‘The Importance of Class for the Sustainable Development Agenda’ at the British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2009 and Food Study Group Conference 2010.
‘Economy, Ecology, Society: The Importance of Class for the Sustainable Development Agenda’, British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2009.