Wendy Wills
Wendy Wills
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Parental perceptions regarding healthy behaviours for preventing overweight and obesity in young children: a systematic review of qualitative studies
M Pocock, D Trivedi, W Wills, F Bunn, J Magnusson
Obesity reviews 11 (5), 338-353, 2010
Young teenagers’ perceptions of their own and others’ bodies: a qualitative study of obese, overweight and ‘normal’weight young people in Scotland
W Wills, K Backett-Milburn, S Gregory, J Lawton
Social science & medicine 62 (2), 396-406, 2006
The framing of social class distinctions through family food and eating practices
W Wills, K Backett-Milburn, ML Roberts, J Lawton
The Sociological Review 59 (4), 725-740, 2011
Making sense of eating, weight and risk in the early teenage years: views and concerns of parents in poorer socio-economic circumstances
KC Backett-Milburn, WJ Wills, S Gregory, J Lawton
Social science & medicine 63 (3), 624-635, 2006
Food, eating and taste: Parents’ perspectives on the making of the middle class teenager
KC Backett-Milburn, WJ Wills, ML Roberts, J Lawton
Social Science & Medicine 71 (7), 1316-1323, 2010
The influence of the secondary school setting on the food practices of young teenagers from disadvantaged backgrounds in Scotland
W Wills, K Backett-Milburn, S Gregory, J Lawton
Health Education Research 20 (4), 458-465, 2005
Food and family practices: teenagers, eating and domestic life in differing socio-economic circumstances
K Backett-Milburn, W Wills, ML Roberts, J Lawton
Children's Geographies 8 (3), 303-314, 2010
‘If the food looks dodgy I dinnae eat it’: Teenagers’ accounts of food and eating practices in socio-economically disadvantaged families
W Wills, K Backett-Milburn, S Gregory, J Lawton
Sociological Research Online 13 (1), 67-79, 2008
Food and eating practices during the transition from secondary school to new social contexts
WJ Wills
Journal of Youth Studies 8 (1), 97-110, 2005
An asset-based approach: an alternative health promotion strategy
L Whiting, S Kendall, W Wills
Community practitioner 85 (1), 25-28, 2012
Exploring the limitations of an adult‐led agenda for understanding the health behaviours of young people
WJ Wills, JV Appleton, J Magnusson, F Brooks
Health & social care in the community 16 (3), 244-252, 2008
Consuming fast food: the perceptions and practices of middle-class young teenagers
W Wills, K Backett-Milburn, J Lawton, ML Roberts
Children, food and identity in everyday life, 52-68, 2009
‘I don’t think I ever had food poisoning’. A practice-based approach to understanding foodborne disease that originates in the home
WJ Wills, A Meah, AM Dickinson, F Short
Appetite 85, 118-125, 2015
Reflections on the use of visual methods in a qualitative study of domestic kitchen practices
WJ Wills, AM Dickinson, A Meah, F Short
Sociology 50 (3), 470-485, 2016
Food environments of young people: linking individual behaviour to environmental context
RL Tyrrell, F Greenhalgh, S Hodgson, WJ Wills, JC Mathers, AJ Adamson, ...
Journal of Public Health 39 (1), 95-104, 2017
Using spoken and written qualitative methods to explore children's and young people's food and eating practices
WJ Wills
Sociological Research Online 17 (3), 114-123, 2012
Domestic kitchen practices: Findings from the ‘Kitchen Life’study
W Wills, A Meah, A Dickinson, F Short
University of Hertfordshire, 2013
Food and drink purchasing habits out of school at lunchtime: a national survey of secondary school pupils in Scotland
JI Macdiarmid, WJ Wills, LF Masson, LCA Craig, C Bromley, G McNeill
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 12 (1), 98, 2015
Food and public health: contemporary issues and future directions
U Gustafsson, W Wills, A Draper
Critical Public Health 21 (4), 385-393, 2011
Food safety and older people: the Kitchen Life study
A Dickinson, W Wills, A Meah, F Short
British journal of community nursing 19 (5), 226-232, 2014
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