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2005

Gustafsson, Ulla and Mitchell, Jessica and Draper, Alizon and Green, Judith and Thorogood, Nicki (2005) Tony Blair won't eat our dinner, why do we? In: British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2005, 21-23 Mar 2005, York, UK. (Submitted)

Mitchell, Jessica and Draper, Alizon and Green, Judith and Thorogood, Nicki and Gustafsson, Ulla (2005) All the nuts in one basket: participatory research and unexpected ethics. In: British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2005, 21-23 Mar 2005, York, UK. (Submitted)

Mitchell, Jessica and Draper, Alizon and Green, Judith and Thorogood, Nicki and Gustafsson, Ulla (2005) Engaging the hard-to-reach: an evaluation of participatory methods used in research with secondary school students. In: British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2005, 21-23 Mar 2005, York, UK. (Submitted)

Draper, Alizon and Mitchell, Jessica and Newton, Paul and Gustafsson, Ulla and Green, Judith and Thorogood, Nicki (2005) An evaluation of participatory methods for research with hard-to-reach groups. Fare Choice, 33 (2). p. 4.

Mitchell, Jessica and Draper, Alizon and Green, Judith and Gustafsson, Ulla and Thorogood, Nicki (2005) Public involvement in food policy: guidelines for commissioning consultative activities with the hard-to-reach. Project Report. University of Westminster, London, UK. (Unpublished)

Draper, Alizon and Mitchell, Jessica and Newton, Paul and Green, Judith (2005) Methods to access consumer views on food policy issues: an evaluation of their viability and efficacy for inclusive participation in food policy making. Project Report. University of Westminster, London, UK. (Unpublished)

2004

Draper, Alizon and Mitchell, Jessica and Newton, Paul and Gustafsson, Ulla and Green, Judith and Thorogood, Nicki (2004) Engaging the hard-to-reach: an evaluation of participatory methods for research with secondary school students. In: Consumer and Nutrition: Challenges and Chances for Research and Society: 9th Karlsruhe Nutritional Congress, 10-12 Oct 2004, Karlsruhe, Germany.

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