Catherine Price

Catherine Price
University of Nottingham | Notts · School of Geography

BSc; MSc; PhD
Research Fellow

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Introduction
Catherine Price is a Research Fellow in the School of Geography, University of Nottingham. Her research interests include agricultural technology adoption, the social and ethical impacts of agricultural technologies, relationships between humans and the more-than-human world, and the environment. She has previously held postdoctoral positions at the University of Warwick, the University of East Anglia, and the University of Reading.
Education
September 2014 - May 2019
The University of Warwick
Field of study
  • Sociology
September 2012 - September 2014
The Open University (UK)
Field of study
  • Science Communication and Environmental Decision Making
September 2008 - September 2012
The Open University (UK)
Field of study
  • Environmental Science

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Publications (16)
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Today, public debate over genetic futures takes place within a new societal context. There is a greater emphasis from policymakers on promoting engagement between sciences and public, and mass media play a key role in this shifting relationship. Media representations of genetic futures are often subject to both positive and negative hypes. This ten...
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Book review of What’s So Controversial about Genetically Modified Food? by John T. Lang.
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A discussion of Carol J. Adams, “‘Mad Cow’ Disease and the Animal Industrial Complex: An Ecofeminist Analysis,” and why it should be cited more in food studies research.
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This qualitative study using a grounded theory approach, assesses the construction of claims in online news articles and below the line comments in connection with foodbank use in the West Midlands region, UK. The sample includes 146 online news articles and 132 below the line comments, commencing 23 September 2010 until 8 April 2019. Individual fo...
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This article explores how species meet, in particular humans and the Covid-19 virus. It also draws attention to the digital world through the lens of contact-tracing apps. Here, I examine human-virus-data relations, with humans, Covid-19, and data meeting and intra-acting. This article examines what has led us to this situation with Covid-19 and th...
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The aim of this article is to investigate the sociotechnical imaginaries present in UK online news articles and below the line comments in connection with genetically modified animals. This article attempts to provide an answer through a qualitative study using discourse analysis. The findings reveal how sociotechnical imaginaries present in news a...
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The aim of this article is to offer an answer to the question: How can we improve public engagement in the genetically modified organisms debate? It will describe the models of Public Understanding of Science and Public Engagement with Science. Public Understanding of Science dates back to the 1970s and is intended to create a relationship between...
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Link to 'The Conversation' article 'Should we genetically edit the food we eat? We asked two experts'. https://theconversation.com/should-we-genetically-edit-the-food-we-eat-we-asked-two-experts-162959
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The aim of this paper is to fill a research gap to show how 'below the line' comments can be used for digital food activism. As the study focuses on genetically modified (GM) crops and foods, the study also reveals the narratives deployed by commenters in this particular debate. This paper attempts to provide an answer through a qualitative data an...
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This article explores how species meet, in particular humans and Covid-19. It also draws attention to the digital world through the lens of contact-tracing apps. Here, we find ourselves examining human-virus-data relations, with species and data meeting and mingling. This article does not study Covid-19 in isolation, but reaches beyond to examine w...
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The Food Action and Research Midlands (FARM) network was created in order to share understanding of current knowledge and particularly knowledge gaps between experts by experience, front line food poverty workers and campaigners and academic researchers. The aim is to use these co-created questions as a basis for campaigns, research and action. The...
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Chapman & Huffman argue that we should not consider humans as unique and superior to nonhuman animals. Ecofeminism advocates the respectful treatment of humans, nonhuman animals, and the environment.
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This article discusses different local food growing initiatives and how these have grown in recent decades.

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The aim of the research is to understand and assess the construction of claims of scientific authority, credibility and trust, together with the contestation and disputation of these claims in connection with online news coverage and audience reception of the genetically modified (GM) food debate.