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2018Don't stress the animal! Poor animal welfare and the resulting 'essence' in meatBuddle, E.; Bray, H.; Ankeny, R.; Society for Social Studies of Science Annual Conference (29 Aug 2018 - 01 Sep 2018 : Sydney, Australia)
2016"If we’re happy to eat it, why wouldn't we be happy to feed it to our children?": Articulating the complexities underlying women's ethical views on genetically modified foodAnkeny, R.; Bray, H.
2017Not just about "the science": science education and attitudes to genetically modified foods among women in AustraliaBray, H.; Ankeny, R.
2016Not appropriate dinner table conversation? Talking to children about meat productionBray, H.; Zambrano, S.; Chur-Hansen, A.; Ankeny, R.
2017Happier chickens lay tastier eggs: motivations for buying free-range eggs in AustraliaBray, H.; Ankeny, R.
2017What are they thinking? Consumer attitudes to meat production in AustraliaBray, H.; Buddle, E.; Ankeny, R.
2017‘I don’t want to think about it’ concerns about sheep and beef cattle transportation and slaughter amongst Australian meat consumersBuddle, E.; Bray, H.; Pitchford, W.; Ankeny, R.; 63rd International Congress of Meat Science and Technology (ICoMST) (13 Aug 2017 - 18 Aug 2017 : Cork, Ireland)
2015What do food labels teach people about food ethics?Bray, H.; Ankeny, R.
2015An online community of practice around science communication: #onsciBray, H.; Keenihan, S.; Hutson, J.; Alford, K.; Australian Science Communicators National Conference (ASC 2014) (02 Feb 2014 - 05 Feb 2014 : Brisbane, Qld)
2017Keeping it 'inside the fence': an examination of responses to a farm-animal welfare issue on TwitterBuddle, E.; Bray, H.; Pitchford, W.