Selected study outputs including papers and presentations can be found on this page, which is regularly updated. Visit our links page for information and useful resources from other projects, organisations and websites.
- O’Connell, R., Owen, C., Padley, M., Simon, A. and Brannen, J. (2018). Which Types of Family are at Risk of Food Poverty in the UK? A Relative Deprivation Approach. Social Policy and Society.
- Simon, A., O’Connell, R., Owen, C. and Brooks, F.(2017). Changing trends in young people’s food behaviour and wellbeing in England in relation to family affluence between 2005 and 2014: Journal of Youth Studies
- O’Connell, R. and Hamilton, L. (2017). Hunger and Food Poverty. Pp 94-100 in V Cooper and D Whyte (eds).The Violence of Austerity. London: Pluto Press.
- Lambie-Mumford, H. and O’Connell, R. (2015). Food, Poverty and Policy: Evidence base and knowledge gaps. SPERI working paper.
- O’Connell, R., Knight, A. and Brannen, J. (2015). Food austerity from an historical perspective: making sense of 1950s mass observation data in the contemporary era. Discover Society, Issue 16, January 2015.
- Changing trends in young people’s food behaviour and wellbeing in England in relation to family affluence between 2005 and 2014, Adolescent Wellbeing conference, 12 Dec 2017
- An unfair food system Kindling Trust Manchester, 22nd Nov 2014
- Conceptualising food poverty in a mixed methods study of families and food in hard times. Food Poverty Monitoring Workshop City, University of London, 18 Jan 2016
Blogs and other writing
- O’Connell, R., Brannen, J. and Knight, A. (2017). Greater entitlement to free school meals would reduce stigma, shame – and hunger. IOE London Blog.
- O’Connell, R and Brannen, J. (2013). The point is, Minister, the poorest children do not have enough of the right foods to keep them healthy. IOE London Blog.