Associate Professor Jane Dixon

Honorary Associate Professor

Research

Research interests

  • Consumption and everyday life
  • Social change
  • Public health and health services

Publications

  • Banwell, C, Kelly, M, Dixon, J et al 2016, 'Trust: The Missing Dimension in the Food Retail Transition in Thailand', Anthropological Forum, vol. 26, no. 2, pp. 138-154.
  • Takeda, W, Banwell, C & Dixon, J 2016, 'Advancing Food Sovereignty or Nostalgia: The Construction of Japanese Diets in the National Shokuiku Policy', Anthropological Forum, vol. 26, no. 3, pp. 276-288.
  • Edwards, F & Dixon, J 2016, 'Hum of the Hive: Negotiating Conflict between Humans and Honeybee towards an Ecological City', Society and Animals, vol. 24, no. 6, pp. 535-555.
  • Banwell, C, Dixon, J, Kelly, M et al 2016, 'What's old is new again: innovative policies to support Thai fresh markets within a healthy food system', World Food Policy, vol. 2, no. 2, pp. 51-66.
  • Sargent, G, Banwell, C, Strazdins, L et al 2016, 'Time and participation in workplace health promotion: Australian qualitative study', Health Promotion International, vol. Online, pp. 1-12.
  • Dixon, J & Banwell, C 2016, 'Supermarketisation and Rural Society Futures', in Mark Shucksmith,David L. Brown (ed.), Routledge International Handbook of Rural Studies, Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, London United Kingdom, pp. 227-239.
  • Dixon, J & Richards, C 2015, 'On food security and alternative food networks: understanding and performing food security in the context of urban bias', Agriculture and Human Values. DOI 10.1007/s10460-015-9630-y
  • Dixon, J 2016, 'The socio-economic and socio-cultural determinants of food and nutrition security in developed countries', in Bill Pritchard, Rodomiro Ortiz, Meera Shekar (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Food and Nutrition Security, Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, Oxford Uk, pp. 379-390.
  • Dixon, J. 2016, 'Critical nutrition studies within critical agrarian studies: a review and analysis', The Journal of Peasant Studies, pp. 1-9.
  • Li, X, Song, J, Lin, T et al 2016, 'Urbanization and health in China: thinking at the national, local and individual levels', Environmental Health, vol. 15, no. 32.
  • Pritchard, B, Dixon, J, Hull, E et al 2016, ''Stepping back and moving in': the role of the state in the contemporary food regime', The Journal of Peasant Studies, vol. 43, no. 3, pp. 693-710.
  • Venn, D, Banwell, C & Dixon, J 2016, 'Australia's evolving food practices: a risky mix of continuity and change', Public Health Nutrition, pp. 1-10.
  • Walls, H, Butler, C, Dixon, J et al 2015, 'Implications of structure versus agency for addressing health and well-being in our ecologically constrained world: With a focus on prospects for gender equity', International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 47-69.
  • Butler, C, Dixon, J & Capon, A, eds, 2015, Health of People, Places and Planet, ANU Press, Canberra.
  • Dixon, J, Corr, L, Strazdins, L et al 2015, Submission to the Productivity Commission Inquiry into the Workplace Relations Framework.
  • Dixon, J & Ballantyne-Brodie, E 2015, 'The role of planning and design in advancing a bio-nutrition- sensitive food system', in Hugh Barton, Susan Thompson, Sarah Burgess and Marcus Grant (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Planning for Health and Well-being, Routledge, Abingdon and New York, pp. 178-194.
  • Lawrence, G & Dixon, J 2015, 'The political economy of agri-food: Supermarkets', in Alessandro Bonanno, Lawrence Busch (ed.), Handbook of the International Political Economy of Agriculture and Food, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, CHeltenham, UK and Northampton, MA, USA, pp. 213-231.
  • Issacs, B & Dixon, J 2015, ''Making it Local' : The Rural Consumer, the Supermarket and Competing Pedagogical Authority', in Rick Flowers, Elaine Swan (ed.), Food Pedagogies, Ashgate Publishing Limited, Wey Court East Union Road Farnham Surrey England, pp. 149-167pp.
  • Dixon, J 2015, 'Food Systems', in Luanna H Meyer (ed.), Oxford Bibliographies Online, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. online.
  • Banwell, C, Dixon, J, Bambrick, H et al 2015, 'The sociocultural context of climate change adaptation in Australia, with a focus on hot weather', in Colin Butler, Jane Dixon, Anthony Capon (ed.), Health of People, Places and Planet, ANU Press, Canberra, pp. 379-393.
  • Dixon, J & McMichael, P 2015, 'Revisiting the 'Urban Bias' and its relationship to food security', in Colin Butler, Jane Dixon, Anthony Capon (ed.), Health of People, Places and Planet, ANU Press, Canberra, pp. 313-331.
  • McMichael, A, Butler, C & Dixon, J 2015, 'Climate change, food systems and population health risks in their eco-social context', Public Health doi:10.1016/j.puhe.2014.11.013.
  • Reid, J, Capon, A & Dixon, J 2015, 'much said, much to be done', in Colin Butler, Jane Dixon, Anthony Capon (ed.), Health of People, Places and Planet, ANU Press, Canberra, pp. 37-57.
  • Dixon, J 2014, 'The public health contribution to the discursive struggles surrounding food security and food sovereignty', Dialogues in Human Geography, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 200-205.
  • Kelly, M, Seubsman, S, Banwell, C et al 2014, 'Thailand's food retail transition: supermarket and fresh market effects on diet quality and health', British Food Journal, vol. 116, no. 7, pp. 1180-1193.
  • Hall, G, Rothwell, A, Grant, T et al 2014, 'Potential environmental and population health impacts of local urban food systems under climate change: a life cycle analysis case study of lettuce and chicken', Agriculture & Food Security, vol. 3, no. 6, pp. 1-13.
  • Dixon, J, Hattersley, L & Isaacs, B 2014, 'Transgressing retail: Supermarkets, liminoid power and the metabolic rift', in Michael K. Goodman and Colin Sage (ed.), Food Transgressions: Making Sense of Contemporary Food Politics, Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Farnham, UK and Burlington, USA, pp. 131-153.
  • Dixon, J, Carey, G, Strazdins, L et al 2014, 'Contemporary contestations over working time: time for health to weigh in', BMC Public Health. 14: 1068
  • Kelly, M, Seubsman, S, Banwell, C, Dixon, J, Sleigh, A. 2014, 'Traditional, modern or mixed? Perspectives on social, economic, and health impacts of evolving food retail in Thailand', Agriculture and Human Values, DOI 10.1007/s10460-014-9561-z
  • Yiengprugsawan V, Berecki-Gisolf J, Bain C, et al. 2014. Predictors of injury mortality: findings from a large national cohort in Thailand. BMJ Open; 4(6):e004668.
  • Zhao, J, Seubsman, S, Sleigh, A et al [Harley D] 2014, 'Timing of urbanisation and cardiovascular risks in Thailand: Evidence from 51 936 members of the Thai Cohort Study, 2005-2009', Journal of Epidemiology, vol. 24, no. 6, pp. 484-493.
  • Dixon, J, Banwell, C & Ulijaszek, S 2013, 'From Local Tales to Global Lessons', in Cathy Banwell, Stanley Ulijaszek and Jane Dixon (ed.), When Culture Impacts Health: Global Lessons for Effective Health Research, Elsevier, USA, pp. 341-355.
  • Dixon, J, Banwell, C & Ulijaszek, S 2013, 'When Culture Impacts Health', in Cathy Banwell, Stanley Ulijaszek and Jane Dixon (ed.), When Culture Impacts Health: Global Lessons for Effective Health Research, Elsevier, USA, pp. 1-11.
  • Dixon, J & Isaacs, B 2013, 'Why sustainable and 'nutritionally correct' food is not on the agenda: Western Sydney, the moral arts of everyday life and public policy', Food Policy, vol. 43, pp. 67-76.
  • Banwell, C, Ulijaszek, S & Dixon, J, eds, 2013, When Culture Impacts Health: Global Lessons for Effective Health Research, Elsevier, USA.
  • Glover, J, Dixon, J, Banwell, C et al 2013, 'Thirty Years of New Zealand Smoking Advances a Case for Cultural Epidemiology and Cultural Geography', in Cathy Banwell, Stanley Ulijaszek and Jane Dixon (ed.), When Culture Impacts Health: Global Lessons for Effective Health Research, Elsevier, USA, pp. 129-139.
  • Dixon, J & Banwell, C 2013, 'The Cultural Economy Approach to Studying Chronic Disease Risks, with Application to Illicit Drug Use', in Cathy Banwell, Stanley Ulijaszek and Jane Dixon (ed.), When Culture Impacts Health: Global Lessons for Effective Health Research, Elsevier, USA, pp. 297-307.
  • Banwell, C, Dixon, J, Seubsman, S et al 2013, 'Evolving food retail environments in Thailand and implications for the health and nutrition transition', Public Health Nutrition, 16(4); 608-615.
  • Burch, D, Dixon, J & Lawrence, G 2013, 'Introduction to symposium on the changing role of supermarkets in global supply chains: from seedling to supermarket: agri-food supply chains in transition', Agriculture and Human Values, vol. 30, no. 2., pp. 215-224.
  • Dixon, J & Isaacs, B 2013, 'There's certainly a lot of hurting out there: navigating the trolley of progress down the supermarket aisle', Agriculture and Human Values, vol.30, no. 2., pp. 282-297.
  • Dixon, J 2015, Food systems, Oxford Bibliographies of Public Health, DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199756797-0151.
  • Dixon, J, Woodman, D, Strazdins, L et al 2013, 'Flexible employment, flexible eating and health risks', Critical Public Health, vol. Online DOI: 10.1080/09581596.2013.852162.
  • Kelly, M, Banwell, C, Dixon, J, Seubsman S, Sleigh A. 2013 'Thai Food Culture in Transition: A Mixed Methods Study on the Role of Food Retailing', in Cathy Banwell, Stanley Ulijaszek and Jane Dixon (ed.), When Culture Impacts Health: Global Lessons for Effective Health Research, Elsevier, USA, pp. 319-328.
  • Dixon, J 2012, 'Poulet', in Jean-Pierre Poulain (ed.), Dictionnaire des cultures alimentaires, Presses Universitaires de France, Pairs, pp. 1072-1083.
  • Li, X, Wang, C, Zhang, G et al 2012, 'Urbanisation and human health in China: Spatial features and a systemic perspective', Environmental Science and Pollution Research, vol. 19, no. 5, pp. 1375-1384.
  • Banwell, C, Dixon, J, Bambrick, H et al 2012, 'Socio-cultural reflections on heat in Australia with implications for health and climate change adaptation', Global Health Action, vol. 5, no. 1.
  • Birecki-Gisolf, J, McClure, R, Seubsman, S et al 2012, 'Reporting of lifetime fractures: Methodological considerations and results from the Thai Cohort Study', BMJ Open, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 1-6.
  • Dixon, J 2012, 'Diverse food economies or multi-variant capitalism: the community dynamic shaping contemporary-food systems', in DeFilippis, J. and Saegert, S (ed.), Community Development Reader (2nd ed), Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, New York USA, p. 383.
  • Banwell, C, Broom, D, Davies, A, Dixon, J 2012, Weight of Modernity, Springer, Dordrecht.
  • Dixon, J. & Banwell, C, 2012, 'Choice editing for the environment: managing corporate risks.', in Thomas Measham and Stewart Lockie (ed.), Risk and Social Theory in Environmental Management, CSIRO Publishing, Australia.
  • Proust, K., Newell, B., Brown, H., Capon, A., Browne, C., Burton, A., Dixon, J., Mu, L., Zarafu, M. 2012 'Human Health and Climate Change: Leverage Points for Adaptation in Urban Environments'. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, vol. 9, no. 6, pp. 2134-2158. http://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/9/6/2134

  • Dixon, J 2011, 'The temporal dimension to Australia's culinary culture: implications for national food and labour market policies', Symposium of Australian Gastronomy: The Art and Science of Food and Drink (AGSYMP18), ed. Lenore Coltheart, symposium of Australian Gastronomy, Australia, pp. 17-25.
  • Edwards, F, Dixon, J, Friel, S et al 2010, Food Systems, Climate Change Adaptation and Human Health in Australia.
  • Butler, C. D. & Dixon, J. 2012, 'Plentiful food? Nutritious Food?', in Rosin C, Stock P, Campbell H (ed.), Food Systems Failure: The Global Food Crisis and the Future of Agriculture, Earthscan Publications Ltd, London and New York, pp. 98-113.
  • Dixon, J 2011, 'Diverse food economies or multi-variant capitalism: the community dynamic shaping contemporary-food systems', Community Development Journal, vol. 46, no. s1, pp. i20-i35.
  • Korda, R, Clements, M & Dixon, J 2011, 'Socioeconomic inequalities in the diffusion of health technology: Uptake of coronary procedures as an example', Social Science and Medicine, vol. 72, no. 2, pp. 224-229.
  • Furler, J, Harris, E, Baum, F., Dixon, J. et al, eds, 2011, An International Society and Journal for Equity in Health: 10 years on, International Journal for Equity in Health, vol 10, no 11, doi 10:1186/1475-9276-10-11.
  • Strazdins, L, Griffin, A, Broom, D et al 2011, 'Time scarcity: Another health inequality?', Environment and Planning A, vol. 43, pp. 545-559.
  • Edwards, F., Dixon, J., Friel, S., Hall, G., Larsen, K., Lockie, S., Wood, B., Lawrence, M., Hanigan, I., Hogan, A. & L. Hattersley 2011 'Climate change adaptation at the intersection of food and health', Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health, vol 23, no. 2, pp. 91-104
  • Banwell, C, Dixon, J & Kinmonth, H 2011, 'The social, cultural and familial contexts contributing to childhood obesity', in Debasis Bagchi (ed.), Global View on Childhood Obesity: Current Status, Consequences, and Prevention, Elsevier, United States of America, pp. 127-138.
  • Hattersley, L & Dixon, J 2010, 'Supermarkets, food systems and public health: Facing the challenges', in Geoffrey Lawrence, Kristen Lyons and Tabatha Wallington (ed.), Food Security, Nutrition and Sustainability, Earthscan Publications Ltd, United Kingdom and USA, pp. 188-203.
  • Banwell, C, Dixon, J, Broom, D et al 2010, 'Habits of a lifetime: family dining patterns over the lifecourse of older Australians', Health Sociology Review, vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 343-355.
  • Isaacs, B, Dixon, J & Banwell, C 2010, 'Fresh market to supermarket: Nutrition transition insights from Chiang Mai, Thailand', Public Health Nutrition, vol. 13, no. 6, pp. 893-897.
  • Erickson, P, Stewart, B, Dixon, J et al 2010, 'The value of a food system approach', in Ingram J, Ericksen P and Liverman D (ed.), Food Security and Global Environmental Change, Earthscan Publications Ltd, London, pp. 25-45.
  • Isaacs, B, Dixon, J, Banwell, C et al 2010, ''Imitation, adaptation and mutation: Fresh market and supermarket conventions in Thailand', Journal of Sociology, vol. 46, no. 4, pp. 413-436.
  • Seubsman S, Kelly M, Yiengprugsawan V. 2010. Gender, socioeconomic status, and self-rated health: evidence from Thailand. Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health. 23(5): 754-765.
  • Yiengprugsawan V, Carmichael GA, et al. 2010. Has universal health insurance reduced urban-rural inequalities in health service use in Thailand? Health and Place. 16(5):1030-7
  • Yiengprugsawan V, Khamman S et al. 2010. Personal Wellbeing Index in a national cohort of 87,134 Thai adults. Social Indicators Research. 98(2): 201-215.
  • Dixon, J & Banwell, C 2009, 'Rice, bread or noodles? Nutrition transition insights from Chiang Mai, Thailand', Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism, vol. 55, no. Suppl 1, p. 277.
  • Seubsman, S. Dixon, J., Suttinan, P., Banwell, C. 2009 Thai meals. In Herbert L. Meiselman (ed) Meals in Science and Practice: Interdisciplinary research and business applications, Cambridge, UK: Woodhead Publishing, pp. 413-451.
  • Banwell, C, Lim, L, Seubsman, S et al 2009, 'Body mass index and health-related behaviours in a national cohort of 87,134 Thai open university students', Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, vol. 63, no. 5, pp. 366-372.
  • Campbell, H & Dixon, J 2009, 'Introduction to the special symposium: reflecting on twenty years of the food regimes approach in agri-food studies', Agriculture and Human Values, vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 261-265.
  • Dixon, J 2009, 'From the imperial to the empty calorie: how nutrition relations underpin food regime transitions', Agriculture and Human Values, vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 321-331.
  • Dixon, J & Banwell, C 2009, 'Theory driven research designs for explaining behavioural health risk transitions: The case of smoking', Social Science and Medicine, vol. 68, pp. 2206-2214.
  • Dixon, J, Donati, K, Pike, L et al 2009, 'Functional foods and urban agriculture: two responses to climate change-related food insecurity', NSW Public Health Bulletin, vol. 20, no. 1-2, pp. 14-18.
  • Lim, L, Kjellstrom, T, Sleigh, A et al 2009, 'Associations between urbanisation and components of the health-risk transition in Thailand. A descriptive study of 87,000 Thai adults', Global Health Action, vol. 2, no. 2009, p. 13.
  • Banwell, C, Dance, P, Olsen, A et al 2009, 'It Fucks Your Insides Up: The Effects of Australian Urban Women's Opoid Use on Their Sexual and Reproductive Functioning', Women's Health & Urban Life, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 14-27.
  • Olsen, A, Dixon, J, Banwell, C et al 2009, 'Weighing it up: the missing social inequalities dimension in Australian obesity policy discourse', Health Promotion Journal of Australia, vol. 20, no. 3, pp. 167-171.
  • Yiengprugsawan V, Seubsman S, Sleigh AC. 2009. Use and foregone health services among 87,134 Thai adults. Southeast Asian J Tropical Medicine & Public Health. 40(6):1347-58.
  • Broom, D & Dixon, J 2008, 'The sex of slimming: mobilising gender in weight-loss programs and fat acceptance', Social Theory & Health, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 148-166.
  • Dixon, J 2008, 'Will politically inspired community work be evident in the 1990s?', in G. Craig, K. Popple, M. Shaw (ed.), Community development in theory and practice: An international reader, Spokesman, Nottingham, UK, pp. 218-231.
  • Dixon, J 2008, 'Operating upstream and downstream: how supermarkets exercise power in the food system', in J. Germov and L. Williams (ed.), A Sociology of Food and Nutrition: The Social Appetite (3rd ed), Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. 100-124.
  • Dixon, J, Banwell, C, Seubsman, S et al 2007, 'Dietary diversity in Khon Kaen, Thailand, 1988-2006', International Journal of Epidemiology, vol. 36, no. 3, pp. 518-521.
  • Dixon, J, Omwega, A, Friel, S et al 2007, 'The Health Equity Dimensions of Urban Food Systems', Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, vol. 84, no. 1, pp. i118-i129.
  • Kjellstrom, T, Friel, S, Dixon, J et al 2007, 'Urban Environmental Health Hazards and Health Equity', Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, vol. 84, no. 1, pp. i86-i97.
  • Dixon, J, Banwell, C, Hinde, S et al 2007, 'Car-centred diets, social distinction and cultural mobility: food system research directions', Food, Culture, and Society: an international journal of multidisciplinary research, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 131-147.
  • Broom, D & Dixon, J 2007, 'Introduction: Seven modern environmental sins of obesity', in Jane Dixon and Dorothy.H Broom (ed.), The seven deadly sins of obesity: how the modern world is making us fat, UNSW Press, Sydney, pp. 1-19.
  • Dixon, J & Broom, D 2007, 'Conclusion: Multiple sins, multiple saviours', in Jane Dixon and Dorothy.H Broom (ed.), The seven deadly sins of obesity: how the modern world is making us fat, UNSW Press, Sydney, pp. 172-171.
  • Sleigh, A, Seubsman, S, Bain, C et al 2008, 'Cohort Profile: The Thai Cohort of 87 134 Open University students', International Journal of Epidemiology, vol. 37, no. 2, pp. 266-272.
  • Dixon, J 2007, 'Supermarkets as new food authorities', in David Burch and Geoffrey Lawrence (ed.), Supermarkets and agri-food supply chains : transformations in the production and consumption of foods, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, England, pp. 29-50.
  • Dixon, J & Capon, A 2007, 'Healthy, just and eco-sensitive cities: moving forward', NSW Public Health Bulletin, vol. 18, no. 11&12, pp. 209-212.
  • Dixon, J & Broom, D, eds, 2007, The seven deadly sins of obesity : how the modern world is making us fat, UNSW Press, Sydney.
  • Dugdale, A & Dixon, J 2007, 'The technological environment: Digital technologies or space to play (up) and belong?', in Jane Dixon and Dorothy.H Broom (ed.), The seven deadly sins of obesity: how the modern world is making us fat, UNSW Press, Sydney, pp. 64-81.
  • Capon, A & Dixon, J 2007, 'Creating healthy, just and eco-sensitive cities', NSW Public Health Bulletin, vol. 18, no. 3-4, pp. 37-40.
  • Dixon, J 2007, 'Developing the evidence base for tackling health inequalities and differential effects', Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, vol. 31, no. 4, pp. 391-392.
  • Dixon, J & Winter, C 2007, 'The environment of competing authorities: Saturated with choice', in Jane Dixon and Dorothy.H Broom (ed.), The seven deadly sins of obesity: how the modern world is making us fat, UNSW Press, Sydney, p. 22.
  • Hinde, S & Dixon, J 2007, 'Reinstating Pierre Bourdieu's contribution to cultural economy theorizing', Journal of Sociology, vol. 43, no. 4, pp. 401-420.
  • Dixon, J, Hinde, S & Banwell, C 2006, 'Obesity, convenience and "phood"', British Food Journal, vol. 108, no. 8, pp. 634-645.
  • Banwell, C, Dixon, J, Hinde, S et al 2006, 'Fast and slow food in the fast lane: automobility and the Australian diet', in Richard Wilk (ed.), Fast Food/Slow Food, AltaMira Press, Plymouth, UK, pp. 219-240.
  • Hinde, S & Dixon, J 2005, 'Changing the obesogenic environment: insights from a cultural economy of car-reliance', Transportation Research: Part D Transport and Environment, vol. 10, pp. 31-53.
  • Dixon, J & Jamieson, C 2005, 'The cross-Pacific chicken: tourism, migration and chicken consumption in the Cook Islands', in Niels Fold and Bill Pritchard (ed.), Cross-continental Food Chains, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, Great Britain, pp. 81-93.
  • Banwell, C, Hinde, S, Dixon, J et al 2005, 'Reflections on expert consensus: a case study of the social trends contributing to obesity', European Journal of Public Health, vol. 15, no. 6, pp. 564-568.
  • Friel, S, Douglas, K, Banwell, C et al 2005, 'Multilevel obesity surveillance', Obesity Reviews, vol. 6, no. S1, p. 79.
  • Dixon, J 2005, 'The quadruple bottom line: monitoring cultural determinants of sustainability', in Bryan Furnass, Sebastian Clark and Penny Ramsay (ed.), Making Canberra Sustainable, Ginninderra Press, Charnwood ACT, Australia, pp. 92-105.
  • Dixon, J 2005, 'Social life of the Australian Chicken', Proceedings of the Australian Poultry Science Symposium, vol 17, pp.254-261.
  • Humphreys, J & Dixon, J 2004, 'Access and Equity in Australian Rural Health Services', in Healy J, McKee M. (ed.), Accessing Health Care: Responding to Diversity, Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 89-107.
  • Dixon, J 2004, 'Adding Value(s): A Cultural Economy Analysis of Supermarket Power', in Germov J, Williams L (ed.), A Sociology of Food and Nutrition: The Social Appetite (2nd ed), Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. 96-116.
  • Dixon, J, Sindall, C & Banwell, C 2004, 'Exploring the intersectoral partnerships guiding Australia's dietary advice', Health Promotion International, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 5-13.
  • Dixon, J & Banwell, C 2004, 'Heading the table: parenting and the junior consumer', British Food Journal, vol. 106, no. 3, pp. 181-193.
  • Dixon, J & Banwell, C 2004, 'Re-embedding trust: unravelling the construction of modern diets', Critical Public Health, vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 117-131.
  • Weeks, W, Hoatson, L & Dixon, J 2003, Community Practice in Australia, Pearson Education, Frenchs Forest NSW.
  • Dixon, J 2003, 'Community practice within the context of civil society-state relations', in Weeks W, Hoatson L, Dixon J. (ed.), Community Practice in Australia, Pearson Education, Frenchs Forest NSW, pp. 15-22.
  • Dixon, J 2003, 'Authority, power and value in contemporary industrial food systems', International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 31-39.
  • Dixon, J, Hoatson, L & Weeks, W 2003, 'Sharing theory and practice', in Weeks W, Hoatson L, Dixon J. (ed.), Community Practice in Australia, Pearson Education, Frenchs Forest NSW, pp. 1-8.
  • Dixon, J, Hoatson, L & Weeks, W 2003, 'Lessons from Community Practices in Australia', in Weeks W, Hoatson L, Dixon J. (ed.), Community Practice in Australia, Pearson Education, Frenchs Forest NSW, pp. 133-142.
  • Dixon, J & Sibthorpe, B 2003, 'The Limits to Technical Rationality in the Health Inequalities Policy Process', in Vivian Lin and Brendan Gibson (ed.), Evidence-based Health Policy: problems and possibilities, Oxford University Press, Melbourne Victoria, pp. 237-249.
  • Dixon, J, Sibthorpe, B, Hinde, S et al 2003, 'The State Market and Civil Society in Australia's 'Obesogenic Social Environment', International Journal of Obesity, vol. 27, no. S1, pp. S28.
  • Dixon, J 2002, The changing chicken: chooks, cooks and culinary culture, UNSW Press, New South Wales, Australia.
  • Dixon, J 2002, 'Promoting effective advocacy for the reduction of health inequalities', Health Promotion Journal of Australia, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 58-61.
  • Dixon, J & Sibthorpe, B 2001, 'How can a government research and development initiative contribute to reducing health inequalities?', NSW Public Health Bulletin, vol. 12, no. 7, pp. 189-191.
  • Sibthorpe, B & Dixon, J 2001, 'Rethinking evaluation for policy action on the social origins of health and well-being', in Eckersley R, Dixon J, Douglas R. (ed.), The Social Origins of Health and Well-being, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 281-295.
  • Eckersley, R, Dixon, J & Douglas, R, eds, 2001, The Social Origins of Health and Well-being, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  • Dixon, J, Sibthorpe, B, Gardner, K et al 2001, Joint Ways of Working to Reduce Health Inequalities: A Discussion Paper produced for the Department of Family and Community Services. National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health. The Australian National University.

  • Dixon, J, Douglas, R & Eckersley, R 2000, 'Making a difference to socio-economic determinants of health in Australia: A research and development strategy', Medical Journal of Australia, vol. 172, pp. 541-544.
  • Dixon, J & Welch, N 2000, 'Researching the rural-metropolitan health differential using the social determinants of health', Australian Journal of Rural Health, vol. 8, no. 5, pp. 254-260.

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