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Academic mothers and the practice of embodied care: navigating and resisting uncaring structures in the neoliberal academy (2024)
Journal Article

Purpose: Recent research has captured the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in widening gender inequalities, by highlighting that academic women have been disproportionately affected. During the COVID-19 pandemic, women assumed most of the care labour... Read More about Academic mothers and the practice of embodied care: navigating and resisting uncaring structures in the neoliberal academy.

‘We're out, so wtf do we do now?’: Brexit and rural identity in the era of online agricultural communities (2021)
Journal Article

This article explores online interactions between members of the UK farming community in the context of Brexit, a moment of great friction within British agriculture. A ‘netnography’ was conducted of thefarmingforum.co.uk, a British-based discussion... Read More about ‘We're out, so wtf do we do now?’: Brexit and rural identity in the era of online agricultural communities.

The UK construction and facilities management sector's response to the Modern Slavery Act: An intra-industry initiative against modern slavery (2020)
Journal Article

© 2020 The Authors. Business Strategy and Development published by ERP Environment and John Wiley & Sons Ltd The United Kingdom's Modern Slavery Act exposed companies to a new ethical challenge in their supply chains. An estimated 40.3 million peop... Read More about The UK construction and facilities management sector's response to the Modern Slavery Act: An intra-industry initiative against modern slavery.

Tales from the countryside: Unpacking “passing the environmental buck” as hypocritical practice in the food supply chain (2020)
Journal Article

© 2020 Using a critical power lens and the concept of organisational hypocrisy, we explore how actors across the supply chain have been able to pass risk and responsibility for environmental impacts down the supply chain, in addition to associated ec... Read More about Tales from the countryside: Unpacking “passing the environmental buck” as hypocritical practice in the food supply chain.

Voiceless but empowered farmers in corporate supply chains: contradictory imagery and instrumental approach to empowerment (2018)
Journal Article

There have been calls for a shift of focus towards the political and power-laden aspects of transitioning towards socially equitable global supply chains. This paper offers an empirically grounded response to these calls from a critical realist stanc... Read More about Voiceless but empowered farmers in corporate supply chains: contradictory imagery and instrumental approach to empowerment.

An exploration of solutions for improving access to affordable fresh food with disadvantaged Welsh communities (2017)
Journal Article

Our research is rooted in community operational research (community OR) and adopts a qualitative problem structuring approach to exploring potential solutions for addressing inequality in access to affordable healthy food in disadvantaged communities... Read More about An exploration of solutions for improving access to affordable fresh food with disadvantaged Welsh communities.

A Relational, Transformative and engaged approach to sustainable supply chain management: The potential of action research (2015)
Journal Article

This article describes how action research can advance sustainable supply chain management research. Most sustainable supply chain management research is empirical and little attention has been paid to reflecting upon how research is conducted in the... Read More about A Relational, Transformative and engaged approach to sustainable supply chain management: The potential of action research.