Writing

Food and Gender

 Rodney, Alexandra, Sarah Cappeliez, Merin Oleschuk and Josée Johnston [equal authorship]. (Forthcoming). “The online domestic goddess? An analysis of food blog femininities.” Food, Culture and Society.

 Rodney, Alexandra, Josée Johnston and Phillipa Chong. 2017. "Chefs at home? Masculinities on offer in celebrity chefs' cookbooks." In The Masculine Hearth: Food, Masculinities and Home, Michelle Szabo and Shelley Koch (eds.). London: Bloomsbury. 

 Rodney, Alexandra. 2017. Review of Gender, Class and Food: Families, Bodies and Health by Julie M. Parsons. Graduate Journal of Food Studies. 4 (1). https://gradfoodstudies.org/2017/03/01/review-gender-class-and-food/

Rodney, Alexandra. 2015. "What celebrity chefs' cookbooks reveal about cultural inequality." Canadian Sociological Association Culture Cluster blog. 

 Johnston, Josée, Alexandra Rodney and Phillipa Chong. 2014. "Making change in the kitchen? A study of celebrity cookbooks, culinary personas, and inequality." Poetics. 47: 1-22. http://goo.gl/QiIckZ

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Local Food Cultures

Rodney, Alexandra. 2015. “Food Deserts.” In Encyclopedia of Consumption and Consumer Studies, J. Michael Ryan and Dan Cook (eds). New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell.  goo.gl/DNqY47

 

Johnston, Josée, Alexandra Rodney and Michelle Szabo. 2014. "Ethical Eating." In Acquired Tastes: Why Families Eat the Way They Do, Beagan BL, Chapman GE, Johnston J, McPhail D, Power E, Vallianatos H. (eds). Vancouver: UBC Press. pp. 59-77.

 

Johnston, Josée and Alexandra Rodney. 2014."Vegetarianism." In Acquired Tastes: Why Families Eat the Way They Do, Beagan BL, Chapman GE, Johnston J, McPhail D, Power E, Vallianatos H. (eds). Vancouver: UBC Press. pp. 99-115.


Johnston, Josée, Alexandra Rodney and Michelle Szabo. 2012. "Place, Ethical Eating and Everyday Food Practices:  A Tale of Two Neighbourhoods." Sociology. 46 (6): 1091-1108. http://goo.gl/k3XJ9B

Johnston, Josée, Alexandra  Rodney and Michelle Szabo. 2012. Les gens bien mangent bien : comprendre le répertoire culturel de l’alimentation éthique . IdeAs. Idées d'Amérique.  Issue 3. Direct link to article: http://ideas.revues.org/475

Johnston, Josée, Michelle Szabo and Alexandra Rodney. 2011. “Good Food, Good People: Understanding the Cultural Repertoire of Ethical Eating.” Journal of Consumer Culture 11 (3):  293-318.  http://goo.gl/wXMkxp

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Health

Rodney, Alexandra and Josée Johnston. 2015. "Vegetarianism and Veganism, Health Implications." Food Issues: An Encyclopedia, Ken Albala (ed.). New York: SAGE Publications.

Rodney, Alexandra. 2015. Review of Seeking Sickness: Medical Screening and the Misguided Hunt for Disease by Alan Cassels. Canadian Review of Sociology 52 (1): 112-114. http://goo.gl/UUC9QM

Rodney, Alexandra. 2014. Review of HIV Prevention and Bisexual Realities by Viviane Namaste, et al. Canadian Journal of Sociology, 39 (1),   pp. 117-119.  http://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index.php/CJS/article/view/21602/16274

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Consumption and Production

Rodney, Alexandra. 2016. "Totem Vodka and Cultural Appropriation." Sociological Images August 24.

Johnston, Josée and Alexandra Rodney. 2015. "Whole Foods Market." Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, 2nd ed. George Ritzer (ed). New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell. 

Rodney, Alexandra and Josée Johnston. 2015. "PLU (Price Look-Up) Codes." Food Issues: An Encyclopedia, Ken Albala (ed.). New York: SAGE Publications. 


Rodney, Alexandra and Josée Johnston. 2015. "Ghost Writers for Celebrity Chefs." Food Issues: An Encyclopedia, Ken Albala (ed.). New York: SAGE Publications. 

Rodney, Alexandra. 2014. Review of Blogging (2nd ed.) by Jill Walker Rettberg. Canadian Journal of Sociology. 39 (3): 429-432. http://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index.php/CJS/article/view/23016/17189

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Social Innovation and Human-Centered Design

Bentum, Denise, Kate Bowers and Alexandra Rodney. 2017. "Collaborating in a Decentralized Postsecondary Institution: Three Insights from the Organizational Learning Team." The Innovation Hub, University of Toronto. 

Rodney, Alexandra. 2017. "From Research to Design: Six Key Insights from the Operations and Design Team". The Innovation Hub, University of Toronto.  

Rodney, Alexandra. 2016. "What is Design Thinking?" The Innovation Hub, University of Toronto. 

Rodney, Alexandra. 2016. "Ecosystem Mapping." The Innovation Hub, University of Toronto. 

Rodney, Alexandra. 2016. "What is an Innovation Hub?" The Innovation Hub, University of Toronto.