Stewart Lockie
Stewart Lockie
Professor of Sociology, James Cook University
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Eating ‘green’: motivations behind organic food consumption in Australia
S Lockie, K Lyons, G Lawrence, K Mummery
Sociologia ruralis 42 (1), 23-40, 2002
Choosing organics: a path analysis of factors underlying the selection of organic food among Australian consumers
S Lockie, K Lyons, G Lawrence, J Grice
Appetite 43 (2), 135-146, 2004
Beyond the farm gate: production‐consumption networks and agri‐food research
S Lockie, S Kitto
Sociologia Ruralis 40 (1), 3-19, 2000
Mining developments and social impacts on communities: Bowen Basin case studies
V Petkova, S Lockie, J Rolfe, G Ivanova
Rural society 19 (3), 211-228, 2009
The role of Landcare group networks in rural Australia: exploring the contribution of social capital
J Sobels, A Curtis, S Lockie
Journal of Rural Studies 17 (3), 265-276, 2001
The ‘conventionalisation’thesis reconsidered: Structural and ideological transformation of Australian organic agriculture
S Lockie, D Halpin
Sociologia ruralis 45 (4), 284-307, 2005
‘The invisible mouth’: Mobilizing ‘the consumer’in food production–consumption networks
S Lockie
Sociologia ruralis 42 (4), 278-294, 2002
Responsibility and agency within alternative food networks: assembling the “citizen consumer”
S Lockie
Agriculture and human values 26 (3), 193-201, 2009
Sustainable and responsible supply chain governance: challenges and opportunities
M Boström, AM Jönsson, S Lockie, APJ Mol, P Oosterveer
Journal of Cleaner Production 107, 1-7, 2015
Roll-out neoliberalism and hybrid practices of regulation in Australian agri-environmental governance
S Lockie, V Higgins
Journal of rural studies 23 (1), 1-11, 2007
Coal mining and the resource community cycle: A longitudinal assessment of the social impacts of the Coppabella coal mine
S Lockie, M Franettovich, V Petkova-Timmer, J Rolfe, G Ivanova
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 29 (5), 330-339, 2009
SIA in review: setting the agenda for impact assessment in the 21st century
S Lockie
Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 19 (4), 277-287, 2001
Lessons from the social and economic impacts of the mining boom in the Bowen Basin 2004-2006
J Rolfe, B Miles, S Lockie, G Ivanova
Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, The 13 (2), 134-153, 2007
Re-discovering the social: neo-liberalism and hybrid practices of governing in rural natural resource management
V Higgins, S Lockie
Journal of Rural Studies 18 (4), 419-428, 2002
Market instruments, ecosystem services, and property rights: assumptions and conditions for sustained social and ecological benefits
S Lockie
Land use policy 31, 90-98, 2013
The feminization of agriculture or the feminization of agrarian distress? Tracking the trajectory of women in agriculture in India
I Pattnaik, K Lahiri-Dutt, S Lockie, B Pritchard
Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy 23 (1), 138-155, 2018
Capturing the sustainability agenda: Organic foods and media discourses on food scares, environment, genetic engineering, and health
S Lockie
Agriculture and Human Values 23 (3), 313-323, 2006
Rurality bites: The social and environmental transformation of rural Australia
S Lockie, L Bourke
Pluto Press, 2001
Post-truth politics and the social sciences
S Lockie
Environmental Sociology 3 (1), 1-5, 2017
Networks of agri‐environmental action: Temporality, spatiality and identity in agricultural environments
S Lockie
Sociologia ruralis 46 (1), 22-39, 2006
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