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Bethaney Turner
Bethaney Turner
Associate Professor, Arts and Design, University of Canberra
Verified email at canberra.edu.au
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Embodied connections: sustainability, food systems and community gardens
B Turner
Local Environment 16 (6), 509-522, 2011
2602011
Community gardens: sustainability, health and inclusion in the city
B Turner, J Henryks, D Pearson
Local Environment 16 (6), 489-492, 2011
1112011
‘Both fascinating and disturbing’: Consumer responses to 3D food printing and implications for food activism
D Lupton, B Turner
Digital food activism, 151-167, 2017
602017
Food of the future? Consumer responses to the idea of 3D-printed meat and insect-based foods
D Lupton, B Turner
Food and Foodways 26 (4), 269-289, 2018
572018
Making ‘professionalism’meaningful to students in higher education
A Wilson, G Åkerlind, B Walsh, B Stevens, B Turner, A Shield
Studies in Higher Education 38 (8), 1222-1238, 2013
522013
Ecological connections: Reimagining the role of farmers’ markets
B Turner, C Hope
Rural Society 23 (2), 175-187, 2014
382014
“I can’t get past the fact that it is printed”: consumer attitudes to 3D printed food
D Lupton, B Turner
Food, Culture & Society 21 (3), 402-418, 2018
332018
Playing with food waste: Experimenting with ethical entanglements in the Anthropocene
B Turner
Policy Futures in Education 17 (7), 770-784, 2019
112019
Entangled recovery: refugee encounters in community gardens
J Abramovic, B Turner, C Hope
Local Environment 24 (8), 696-711, 2019
102019
Engaging with indigenous research methodologies: The centrality of country, positionality and community need
W Somerville, B Turner
Journal of Australian Studies 44 (2), 182-184, 2020
92020
Staging the Local: rethinking scale in farmers' markets
B Turner, C Hope
Australian Geographer 46 (2), 147-163, 2015
92015
A Study of the Demand for Community Gardens and their Benefits for the ACT Community
B Turner, J Henryks
Environment and Sustainable Development Directorate (ESDD)/ACTPLA, ACT …, 2012
92012
Taste, Waste and the New Materiality of Food
B Turner
Routledge, 2018
72018
Food Waste, intimacy and compost: The stirrings of a new ecology
B Turner
SCAN 11 (1), 2014
72014
Information-age guerrillas: The communication strategies of the Zapatistas
B Turner
M/C Journal 8 (2), 2005
72005
Both Fascinating and Disturbing”: Consumer Responses to 3D Food Printing and Implications for Food Activism (SSRN Scholarly Paper No. ID2799191)
D Lupton, B Turner
Rochester, NY: Social Science Research Network, 2016
62016
Agricultural show awards: A brief exploration of their role marketing food products
J Henryks, S Ecker, B Turner, B Denness, H Zobel-Zubrzycka
Journal of International Food & Agribusiness Marketing 28 (4), 315-329, 2016
52016
Corn Coalitions: Struggles for Food Sovereignty in Mexico
B Turner
Silvia Federici-on capitalism, colonialism, women and food politics In this …, 2009
52009
Composting with Cullunghutti: Experimenting with how to meet a mountain
B Turner, W Somerville
Journal of Australian Studies 44 (2), 224-242, 2020
42020
Cut-price ‘ugly’supermarket food won’t reduce waste–here’s why
B Turner
The Conversation 25, 2014, 2014
42014
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