Jonas House
Jonas House
Consumption and Healthy Lifestyles group, Wageningen University
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Consumer acceptance of insect-based foods in the Netherlands: Academic and commercial implications
J House
Appetite 107, 47-58, 2016
Insects as food and feed: European perspectives on recent research and future priorities
CLR Payne, D Dobermann, A Forkes, J House, J Josephs, A McBride, ...
Journal of Insects as Food and Feed 2 (4), 269-276, 2016
Insects are not ‘the new sushi’: Theories of practice and the acceptance of novel foods
J House
Social & Cultural Geography 20 (9), 1285-1306, 2019
Insects as food in the Netherlands: Production networks and the geographies of edibility
J House
Geoforum 94, 82-93, 2018
Sushi in the United States, 1945–1970
J House
Food and Foodways 26 (1), 40-62, 2018
Consumer acceptance of insects as food: Integrating psychological and socio-cultural perspectives
HSG Tan, J House
Edible insects in sustainable food systems, 375-386, 2018
Modes of Eating and Phased Routinisation: Insect-Based Food Practices in the Netherlands
J House
Sociology 53 (3), 451-467, 2019
Are insects animals?: The ethical position of insects in Dutch vegetarian diets
J House
Ethical vegetarianism and veganism, 201-212, 2018
Public acceptance of insects as food in the Netherlands
J House
University of Sheffield, 2018
Books in review: The insect cookbook: Food for a sustainable planet
J House
Gastronomica: The Journal of Critical Food Studies 15 (3), 85-86, 2015
Research into practice: evaluation of Skills Hub content and implications for library staff development in the creation of video OERs
J House, G Dimmock
Enhancing the Learner Experience in Higher Education 7 (1), 29-45, 2015
Skills Hub: user attitudes and new directions
G Dimmock, J House
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