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The application of abductive and retroductive inference for the design and analysis of theory-driven sociological research
SB Meyer, B Lunnay
Sociological research online 18 (1), 86-96, 2013
2442013
Trust in the health system: an analysis and extension of the social theories of Giddens and Luhmann
S Meyer, P Ward, J Coveney, W Rogers
Health Sociology Review 17 (2), 177-186, 2008
1672008
Understanding vaccine hesitancy in Canada: results of a consultation study by the Canadian Immunization Research Network
E Dubé, D Gagnon, M Ouakki, JA Bettinger, M Guay, S Halperin, K Wilson, ...
PloS one 11 (6), e0156118, 2016
1272016
“Do-it-yourself”: Vaccine rejection and complementary and alternative medicine (CAM)
K Attwell, PR Ward, SB Meyer, PJ Rokkas, J Leask
Social Science & Medicine 196, 106-114, 2018
1022018
Reconnecting Australian consumers and producers: identifying problems of distrust
SB Meyer, J Coveney, J Henderson, PR Ward, AW Taylor
Food Policy 37 (6), 634-640, 2012
1012012
‘How to’use social theory within and throughout qualitative research in healthcare contexts
S Meyer, P Ward
Sociology Compass 8 (5), 525-539, 2014
952014
Vaccine rejecting parents’ engagement with expert systems that inform vaccination programs
K Attwell, J Leask, SB Meyer, P Rokkas, P Ward
Journal of Bioethical Inquiry 14 (1), 65-76, 2017
942017
Understanding the perceived logic of care by vaccine-hesitant and vaccine-refusing parents: a qualitative study in Australia
PR Ward, K Attwell, SB Meyer, P Rokkas, J Leask
PLoS One 12 (10), e0185955, 2017
842017
Trust in and through labelling–a systematic review and critique
E Tonkin, AM Wilson, J Coveney, T Webb, SB Meyer
British Food Journal, 2015
772015
Trust, social quality and wellbeing: A sociological exegesis
P Ward, S Meyer
Development and Society 38, 2009
772009
A qualitative study of patient (dis) trust in public and private hospitals: the importance of choice and pragmatic acceptance for trust considerations in South Australia
PR Ward, P Rokkas, C Cenko, M Pulvirenti, N Dean, S Carney, P Brown, ...
BMC Health Services Research 15 (1), 1-12, 2015
692015
Interpersonal trust across six Asia-Pacific countries: testing and extending the ‘high trust society’and ‘low trust society’theory
PR Ward, L Mamerow, SB Meyer
PloS one 9 (4), e95555, 2014
662014
How do South Australian consumers negotiate and respond to information in the media about food and nutrition? The importance of risk, trust and uncertainty
PR Ward, J Henderson, J Coveney, S Meyer
Journal of Sociology 48 (1), 23-41, 2012
662012
Consumer trust in the Australian food system–the everyday erosive impact of food labelling
E Tonkin, T Webb, J Coveney, SB Meyer, AM Wilson
Appetite 103, 118-127, 2016
612016
The Australian Food and Trust Survey: Demographic indicators associated with food safety and quality concerns
AW Taylor, J Coveney, PR Ward, E Dal Grande, L Mamerow, ...
Food Control 25 (2), 476-483, 2012
602012
Differentiating between trust and dependence of patients with coronary heart disease: Furthering the sociology of trust
SB Meyer, PR Ward
Health, Risk & Society 15 (3), 279-293, 2013
542013
Managing uncertainty about food risks–consumer use of food labelling
E Tonkin, J Coveney, SB Meyer, AM Wilson, T Webb
Appetite 107, 242-252, 2016
502016
The process of making trust related judgements through interaction with food labelling
E Tonkin, SB Meyer, J Coveney, T Webb, AM Wilson
Food policy 63, 1-11, 2016
472016
Developing and maintaining public trust during and post-COVID-19: can we apply a model developed for responding to food scares?
J Henderson, PR Ward, E Tonkin, SB Meyer, H Pillen, D McCullum, ...
Frontiers in public health 8, 369, 2020
462020
Complex problems require complex solutions: the utility of social quality theory for addressing the Social Determinants of Health
PR Ward, SB Meyer, F Verity, TK Gill, TCN Luong
BMC public health 11 (1), 1-9, 2011
442011
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