Publications

The following publications contain more detailed discussion and analysis of the data gathered from the Food and Care study.

Book

Punch, S., McIntosh, I. and Emond, R. (eds.) (2011) Children’s food practices in families and institutions, London: Routledge.

Context Paper

Emond, R., McIntosh, I., Punch, S. and Lightowler, C. (2013) Children, food and care, IRISS Insight No.22: Glasgow: IRISS

Journal articles

Punch, S., Emond, R., McIntosh, I. and Lightowler, C. (2015) ‘Children, Food and Care Research’ in  Täubig, V. (ed) Essen und Bildung. Ein vergessenes Feld erziehungswissenschaftlicher Forschung, Translation: Food and Education. An unsung field of pedagogical research, Siegen, Germany: Beltz Juventa

McIntosh, I. Punch, S. and Emond, R. (2015) Creating Spaces to Care: Children’s Rights and Food Practices in Residential Care, in Kallio, K., Mills, S. and Skelton, T. (eds) (2015) Politics, Citizenship and Rights, Volume 7. Geographies of Children and Young People (Springer Singapore)  http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-981-4585-94-1

McIntosh, I., Punch, S., Dorrer, N. and Emond, R. (2010) ‘‘You don’t have to be watched to make your toast’: surveillance and food practices within residential care.’ Surveillance and Society. 7(3): 287-300.

Dorrer, N., McIntosh, I., Punch, S. and Emond, R. (2010) ‘Children and food practices in residential care: managing ambivalence in the institutional home’, Special Edition of Children’s Geographies, 8(3): 247-260.

Punch, S., McIntosh, I. and Emond, R. (2010) ‘Children’s food practices in families and institutions’, Special Edition of Children’s Geographies, 8(3): 227-232.

Punch, S., McIntosh, I. and Emond, R. (2012) ‘‘You have a right to be nourished and fed, but do I have a right to make sure you eat your food?’: Children’s Rights and Food Practices in Residential Care’, International Journal of Human Rights, 16(8): 1250-1262.

Emond, R., McIntosh, I. and Punch S. (2013) ‘Food and feelings in residential child care’, British Journal of Social Work. Early online version: doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bct009

Punch, S. and McIntosh, I. (2014) “Food is a funny thing within residential childcare’: Intergenerational Relationships and Food Practices in Residential Care’, Childhood. Early online version 17 May 2013: doi:10.1177/0907568213481814

Book chapters

McIntosh, I., Dorrer, N., Punch, S. and Emond, R. (2011) ‘I know we can’t be a family, but as close as you can get’: Displaying Families within an Institutional Context’, in Dermott, E and Seymour, J, (eds) Displaying Families: A New Concept for the Sociology of Family Life, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.175-194.

Punch, S., McIntosh, I., Emond, R. and Dorrer, N. (2009) ‘Food and relationships: children’s experiences in residential care’, in James, A., Kjørholt, A.T. and Tingstad, V. (eds) Children, Food and Identity in Everyday Life, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.149-171

2 thoughts on “Publications

  1. Just wanted to say how inspiring I find this work.

    I am also interested in the significance of food – my focus is usually on early childhood practice, but of course there are cross-overs. I think the materials look great (but am keen to investigate more!) and love the organisation and presentation of the website. I am always keen to alert my students to work that highlights the significance of food beyond nutrition and your work feeds right into that (pardon the pun!)

    1. That’s great to hear Deborah
      Sorry not to get back to you sooner.
      Best wishes
      Ruth

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