Aine Regan
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The use of social media in food risk and benefit communication
P Rutsaert, ┴ Regan, Z Pieniak, ┴ McConnon, A Moss, P Wall, W Verbeke
Trends in food science & technology 30 (1), 84-91, 2013
Seeking information about food-related risks: The contribution of social media
M Kuttschreuter, P Rutsaert, F Hilverda, ┴ Regan, J Barnett, W Verbeke
Food quality and preference 37, 10-18, 2014
Social media as a useful tool in food risk and benefit communication? A strategic orientation approach
P Rutsaert, Z Pieniak, ┴ Regan, ┴ McConnon, M Kuttschreuter, M Lores, ...
Food policy 46, 84-93, 2014
Consumers' confidence, reflections and response strategies following the horsemeat incident
J Barnett, F Begen, S Howes, A Regan, A McConnon, A Marcu, ...
Food Control 59, 721-730, 2016
Interactive communication with the public: qualitative exploration of the use of social media by food and health organizations
LC Shan, P Panagiotopoulos, ┴ Regan, A De Br˙n, J Barnett, P Wall, ...
Journal of nutrition education and behavior 47 (1), 104-108, 2015
‘Smart farming’in Ireland: A risk perception study with key governance actors
┴ Regan
NJAS-Wageningen Journal of Life Sciences 90, 100292, 2019
Food crisis coverage by social and traditional media: A case study of the 2008 Irish dioxin crisis
L Shan, ┴ Regan, A De Br˙n, J Barnett, MCA Van der Sanden, P Wall, ...
Public Understanding of Science 23 (8), 911-928, 2014
A framework of social media engagement: Case studies with food and consumer organisations in the UK and Ireland
P Panagiotopoulos, LC Shan, J Barnett, ┴ Regan, ┴ McConnon
International Journal of Information Management 35 (4), 394-402, 2015
Consumer interest in receiving information through social media about the risks of pesticide residues
P Rutsaert, Z Pieniak, ┴ Regan, ┴ McConnon, W Verbeke
Food Control 34 (2), 386-392, 2013
Risk communication and social media during food safety crises: a study of stakeholders’ opinions in Ireland
┴ Regan, M Raats, LC Shan, PG Wall, ┴ McConnon
Journal of Risk Research 19 (1), 119-133, 2016
Good governance in the bioeconomy
L Devaney, M Henchion, ┴ Regan
EuroChoices 16 (2), 41-46, 2017
The impact of communicating conflicting risk and benefit messages: An experimental study on red meat information
┴ Regan, ┴ McConnon, M Kuttschreuter, P Rutsaert, L Shan, Z Pieniak, ...
Food Quality and Preference 38, 107-114, 2014
Strategies for dismissing dietary risks: Insights from user-generated comments online
┴ Regan, L Shan, ┴ McConnon, A Marcu, M Raats, P Wall, J Barnett
Health, risk & society 16 (4), 308-322, 2014
Consumer views on “healthier” processed meat
LC Shan, A Regan, FJ Monahan, C Li, C Murrin, F Lalor, PG Wall, ...
British Food Journal, 2016
Conceptualising responsibility in the aftermath of the horsemeat adulteration incident: an online study with Irish and UK consumers
┴ Regan, A Marcu, LC Shan, P Wall, J Barnett, ┴ McConnon
Health, Risk & Society 17 (2), 149-167, 2015
Applying a consumer behavior lens to salt reduction initiatives
┴ Regan, M Potvin Kent, MM Raats, ┴ McConnon, P Wall, L Dubois
Nutrients 9 (8), 901, 2017
Consumer preferences towards healthier reformulation of a range of processed meat products: A qualitative exploratory study
LC Shan, ┴ Regan, FJ Monahan, C Li, F Lalor, C Murrin, PG Wall, ...
British Food Journal, 2017
Co-designing a smartphone app for and with farmers: Empathising with end-users’ values and needs
U Kenny, A Regan
Journal of Rural Studies 82, 148-160, 2021
What are the priority research questions for digital agriculture?
J Ingram, D Maye, C Bailye, A Barnes, C Bear, M Bell, D Cutress, ...
Land Use Policy 114, 105962, 2022
Patterns of sedentary behaviours in Irish female adolescents
┴ Regan, C Heary
Journal of adolescence 36 (2), 269-278, 2013
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