Julie Barnett spends much of her time researching Public relations, Focus group, Public engagement, Marketing and Social media. Her Public relations study typically links adjacent topics like NIMBY. The Focus group study combines topics in areas such as Developmental psychology, Scientific progress, Cultured meat and Social environment.
Her work in Marketing tackles topics such as Food safety which are related to areas like Popularity, Perception, Digital media and Consumer confidence index. Her Social media research includes themes of Coping, Information seeking, Order and Crisis communication. Her Order research focuses on Local government and how it connects with Context.
Julie Barnett mainly investigates Public relations, Social psychology, Context, Reliability engineering and Social media. Julie Barnett combines subjects such as Government, Thematic analysis, Perception and Public health with her study of Public relations. Context connects with themes related to Health care in her study.
Her Reliability engineering study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Reliability.
Public relations, Qualitative research, Social media, Thematic analysis and Context are her primary areas of study. Her studies deal with areas such as Risk management framework, Government, Disease, Local government and Risk management as well as Public relations. Her Qualitative research study combines topics in areas such as Coping, Social support, The Internet and Health care.
Her research integrates issues of Advertising, Timeline, Content analysis and Politics in her study of Social media. The various areas that Julie Barnett examines in her Thematic analysis study include Feeling, Loneliness and Public health. Her Context study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Co viewing, Interrogation, Selection, Critical engagement and Reality tv.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Context, Qualitative research, Loneliness, Social psychology and Perception. Her Context research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Quality, Pediatrics and Public health, Biostatistics. Her Qualitative research research incorporates elements of Health promotion, Stigma, Women's studies and Social identity theory.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Exploratory research, Empathy, Social isolation, Feeling and Thematic analysis. Her Perception research focuses on subjects like Mediation, which are linked to Cultured meat. Julie Barnett usually deals with Social media and limits it to topics linked to Risk perception and Public relations.
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Characterising and justifying sample size sufficiency in interview-based studies: systematic analysis of qualitative health research over a 15-year period
Konstantina Vasileiou;Julie Barnett;Susan Thorpe;Terry Young.
BMC Medical Research Methodology (2018)
Adolescents’ views of food and eating: identifying barriers to healthy eating
Clifford Stevenson;Glenda Doherty;Julie Barnett;Orla T. Muldoon.
Journal of Adolescence (2007)
'Would you eat cultured meat?': consumers' reactions and attitude formation in Belgium, Portugal and the United Kingdom
Wim Verbeke;Afrodita Marcu;Pieter Rutsaert;Rui Gaspar.
Meat Science (2015)
Imagined publics and engagement around renewable energy technologies in the UK
Julie Barnett;Kate Burningham;Gordon Walker;Noel Cass.
Public Understanding of Science (2012)
Understanding innovators' experiences of barriers and facilitators in implementation and diffusion of healthcare service innovations: a qualitative study
Julie Barnett;Konstantina Vasileiou;Fayika Djemil;Laurence Brooks.
BMC Health Services Research (2011)
The role of the user within the medical device design and development process: medical device manufacturers' perspectives
Arthur G Money;Julie Barnett;Jasna Kuljis;Michael P Craven.
BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making (2011)
Renewable energy and sociotechnical change: Imagined subjectivities of 'the public' and their implications
Gordon Walker;Noel Cass;Kate Burningham;Julie Barnett.
Environment and Planning A (2010)
The limitations of the NIMBY concept for understanding public engagement with renewable energy technologies: a literature review
Kate Burningham;Julie Barnett;Diana Thrush.
Understanding how consumers categorise nutritional labels: a consumer derived typology for front-of-pack nutrition labelling.
Charo Hodgkins;Julie Barnett;Grazyna Wasowicz-Kirylo;Malgorzata Stysko-Kunkowska.
Consumer acceptance of cultured meat: A systematic review.
Christopher Bryant;Julie Barnett.
Meat Science (2018)
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