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Biography

Jordon Lazell has held the role of Research Assistant at the Centre for Business in Society since September 2013. He is a BA (hons) Geography graduate and completed a Masters by Research which explored food waste prevention in higher education institutions. As well as contributing towards a number of projects of differing scale, Jordon has been successful in leading an exploratory research project and securing ESRC Festival of Social Science funding on two occasions. These impact events bought together key stakeholders to share research findings and generate debate and discussion around future research priorities on the subjects of innovation in tackling food waste and sustainable food tourism. He also began a part time PhD in September 2014 examining food consumption and food wastage practices of consumers in the context of everyday urban lives using a practice lens. Jordon is also co-founder of the International Food Loss and Food Waste Studies Group.

Area of Expertise:

The social context of food consumption and wastage.

Research Interests

Food Waste; Food Consumption; Sustainable consumption

Vision Statement

My research concerns the food consumption practices of both consumers and businesses, paying particular attention to wasteful habits, routines and behaviours. The transgressive and boundary crossing nature of food means that our interactions as consumers are both embodied and embedded within factors of space, place, nature, culture, society and technology. My research is underlined by a need to move towards more sustainable arrangements of food consumption for consumers and business and intends to understanding the wider social, economic and environment context of food in society to address waste at the prevention stage.

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Food Medicine & Life Sciences
social capital Earth & Environmental Sciences
food supply Earth & Environmental Sciences
food Earth & Environmental Sciences
social change Earth & Environmental Sciences
sustainability Earth & Environmental Sciences
tourist destination Earth & Environmental Sciences
lifestyle Earth & Environmental Sciences

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Research Output 2016 2017

Accessibility and policy: definitional framework of transport accessibility

Berkeley, N., Broughton, K. & Lazell, J. 2017 Designing Mobility and Transport Services: Developing traveller experience tools. Tovey, M., Woodcock, A. & Osmond, J. (eds.). Oxon: Routledge, p. 78-96 18 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Burgers for tourists who give a damn! Driving disruptive social change upstream and downstream in the tourist food supply chain

Carrigan, M., Lazell, J., Bosangit, C. & Magrizos, S. 3 Mar 2017 In : Journal of Sustainable Tourism. (in press), p. (in press)

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

social capital
food supply
food
social change
sustainability
1 Citations

Consumer food waste behaviour in universities: Sharing as a means of prevention

Lazell, J. 9 May 2016 In : Journal of Consumer Behaviour. 15, 5, p. 430-439

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Food
Social Media
Habits
Consumer Behavior

Activities 2014 2017

  • 9 Participation in conference
  • 2 Public Engagement Event

18th European Roundtable on Sustainable Consumption and Production

Lazell, J. (Speaker)
1 Oct 20175 Oct 2017

Activity: Participation in conference

Opening the Bin

Lazell, J. (Participant)
28 May 2017

Activity: Participation in conference

ESRC Festival of Science event

Lazell, J. (Co-organiser)
10 Nov 2016

Activity: Public Engagement Event

American Association of Geographers

Lazell, J. (Speaker)
21 Apr 201525 Apr 2015

Activity: Participation in conference