PhD (part-time)- currently registered
Research Topic Title
An exploration into the market and consumption of yellow-sticker food.
The aim of this research is to examine changing food acquisition strategies and consumption practice within the context of contemporary debates concerning austerity, rising food prices and food waste. It will do this through the study of the sale and consumption of yellow-sticker foods within the retail space of the supermarket and by examination of their use post-purchase within domestic food practices.
Supermarkets, market devices, domestic practices, grocery shopping, food waste and money-saving.
Professor Louise Crewe
Primary Funding Source(s)
ESRC Doctoral Training Centre
Research Institutes, Centres and/or Research Cluster Membership
Economic Worlds Research Cluster
Kelsey, S., Morris, C and Crewe, L. (2018) Yellow-sticker shopping as competent creative consumption, Area. https://doi.org/10.1111/area.12435
Conference Papers & Presentations
Kelsey, S., Morris, C and Crewe, L. (2018) Incorporating data from the self into consumption research, Academy of Marketing, University of Stirling, July 2018.