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Feeding the ‘organic child’: Mothering through ethical consumption
K Cairns, J Johnston, N MacKendrick
Journal of consumer culture 13 (2), 97-118, 2013
2802013
Lost in the supermarket: the corporate‐organic foodscape and the struggle for food democracy
J Johnston, A Biro, N MacKendrick
Antipode 41 (3), 509-532, 2009
2492009
Assessing community vulnerability: a study of the mountain pine beetle outbreak in British Columbia, Canada
JR Parkins, NA MacKendrick
Global Environmental Change 17 (3-4), 460-471, 2007
1522007
More Work for Mother: Chemical Body Burdens as a Maternal Responsibility
N Mackendrick
Gender & Society 28 (5), 705-728, 2014
1502014
Media framing of body burdens: Precautionary consumption and the individualization of risk
NA MacKendrick
Sociological inquiry 80 (1), 126-149, 2010
1122010
Foodscape
N MacKendrick
Contexts 13 (3), 16-18, 2014
862014
All dressed up with nowhere to go: The discourse of ecological modernization in Alberta, Canada
DJ Davidson, NA MacKendrick
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 41 (1), 47-65, 2004
822004
Better Safe Than Sorry
N MacKendrick
Better Safe Than Sorry, 2018
802018
Out of the labs and into the streets: Scientists get political
N MacKendrick
Sociological Forum 32 (4), 896-902, 2017
392017
The role of the state in voluntary environmental reform: A case study of public land
NA Mackendrick
Policy Sciences 38 (1), 21-44, 2005
282005
Pandemic politics: political worldviews and covid-19 beliefs and practices in an unsettled time
H Shepherd, N MacKendrick, GC Mora
Socius 6, 2378023120972575, 2020
272020
“Taking back a little bit of control”: Managing the contaminated body through consumption
N MacKendrick, LM Stevens
Sociological Forum 31 (2), 310-329, 2016
272016
Protecting ourselves from chemicals: a study of gender and precautionary consumption
N MacKendrick
Our chemical selves: Gender, toxics, and environmental health, 58-77, 2015
182015
The individualization of risk as responsibility and citizenship: A case study of chemical body burdens
N MacKendrick
University of Toronto, 2011
152011
The polluted child and maternal responsibility in the US environmental health movement
N MacKendrick, K Cairns
Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 44 (2), 307-332, 2019
132019
Between careful and crazy: the emotion work of feeding the family in an industrialized food system
N MacKendrick, T Pristavec
Food, Culture & Society 22 (4), 446-463, 2019
112019
State—Capital Relations in Voluntary Environmental Improvement
NA MacKendrick, DJ Davidson
Current Sociology 55 (5), 674-695, 2007
92007
Beyond boredom: Contributing factors to substance abuse in Hinton, Alberta
AC Angell, JR Parkins, NA MacKendrick
Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada, 2006
22006
Socio-Economic Dimensions of Community Vulnerability to Mountain Pine Beetle: Final Report to the Foothills Models Forest
N MacKendrick, J Parkins
Edmonton: Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, 2005
22005
Release# 2020-23: CA Voters Became More Polarized on the Pandemic Overtime: Views Shifted on Both the Left and Right
GC Mora, N MacKendrick, H Shepherd
12020
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