Follow
Josée Johnston
Josée Johnston
Professor of Sociology
Verified email at utoronto.ca - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Foodies: Democracy and distinction in the gourmet foodscape
J Johnston, S Baumann
Routledge, 2014
13612014
The citizen-consumer hybrid: ideological tensions and the case of Whole Foods Market
J Johnston
Theory and society 37 (3), 229-270, 2008
7902008
Democracy versus distinction: A study of omnivorousness in gourmet food writing
J Johnston, S Baumann
American Journal of Sociology 113 (1), 165-204, 2007
7262007
Caring about food: Doing gender in the foodie kitchen
K Cairns, J Johnston, S Baumann
Foodies, 177-201, 2014
4732014
Good food, good people: Understanding the cultural repertoire of ethical eating
J Johnston, M Szabo, A Rodney
Journal of consumer culture 11 (3), 293-318, 2011
3982011
Feeding the ‘organic child’: Mothering through ethical consumption
K Cairns, J Johnston, N MacKendrick
Journal of consumer culture 13 (2), 97-118, 2013
3642013
Food and femininity
K Cairns, J Johnston
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015
3572015
Feminist consumerism and fat activists: A comparative study of grassroots activism and the Dove real beauty campaign
J Johnston, J Taylor
Signs: Journal of women in culture and society 33 (4), 941-966, 2008
3332008
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
2782009
Choosing health: Embodied neoliberalism, postfeminism, and the “do-diet”
K Cairns, J Johnston
Theory and Society 44, 153-175, 2015
2402015
Solidarity in the age of globalization: Lessons from the anti-MAI and Zapatista struggles
J Johnston, G Laxer
Theory and Society 32 (1), 39-91, 2003
1732003
Spectacular foodscapes: Food celebrities and the politics of lifestyle mediation in an age of inequality
J Johnston, MK Goodman
Food, culture & society 18 (2), 205-222, 2015
1672015
Reflexivity and the Whole Foods Market consumer: the lived experience of shopping for change
J Johnston, M Szabo
Agriculture and Human Values 28, 303-319, 2011
1512011
Eating outside the box: FoodShare’s good food box and the challenge of scale
J Johnston, L Baker
Agriculture and Human Values 22, 313-325, 2005
1512005
Making change in the kitchen? A study of celebrity cookbooks, culinary personas, and inequality
J Johnston, A Rodney, P Chong
Poetics 47, 1-22, 2014
1242014
From meat and potatoes to “real-deal” rotis: Exploring everyday culinary cosmopolitanism
S Cappeliez, J Johnston
Poetics 41 (5), 433-455, 2013
1212013
Acquired tastes: Why families eat the way they do
BL Beagan, GE Chapman, J Johnston, D McPhail, EM Power, ...
UBC Press, 2014
1062014
Counterhegemony or bourgeois piggery? Food politics and the case of foodshare
J Johnston
The fight over food: Producers, consumers, and activists challenge the …, 2008
1002008
A corporation in feminist clothing? Young women discuss the dove ‘Real beauty’campaign
J Taylor, J Johnston, K Whitehead
Critical Sociology 42 (1), 123-144, 2016
962016
Place, ethics, and everyday eating: A tale of two neighbourhoods
J Johnston, A Rodney, M Szabo
Sociology 46 (6), 1091-1108, 2012
952012
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20