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Lockie, S., Lawrence, G. A., Dale, A. P. and Taylor, B. (2002) Capacity for change? Testing a model for inclusion of social indicators in Australia's national land and water resources audit. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 45 6: 813-826. doi:10.1080/0964056022000024352 68   Cited 12 times in Scopus12 0
Lockie, S., Lyons, K., Lawrence, G. A. and Grice, J. C. (2004) Choosing organics: A path analysis of factors underlying the selection of organic food among Australian consumers. Appetite, 43 2: 135-146. doi:10.1016/j.appet.2004.02.004 386   67 Cited 76 times in Scopus76 0
Lyons, K., Lockie, S. and Lawrence, G. A. (2004). Consumer views of organic and GM food. In R. HIndmarsh and G. Lawrence (Ed.), Recoding Nature: Critical Perspectives on Genetic Engineering (pp. 94-107) Sydney: UNSW Press. 143  
Lyons, K., Burch, D., Lawrence, G. A. and Lockie, S. (2004). Contrasting paths of corporate greening in Antipodean agriculture: Organics and green production. In K. Jansen and S. Vellema (Ed.), Agribusiness and society: Corporate responses to environmentalism, market opportunities and public regulation (pp. 91-113) London: Zed Books. 67 2
Lockie, Stewart, Lyons, Kristen, Lawrence, Geoffrey and Mummery, Kerry (2002) Eating 'Green': Motivations behind organic food consumption in Australia. Sociologia Ruralis, 42 1: 23-40. doi:10.1111/1467-9523.00200 1057   97 Cited 138 times in Scopus138 2
Lawrence, G. A., Reis, J and Lockie, S. (2002). From the paddock to the plate: 'Quality' and beef commodity chains in Central Queensland. In: World Congress of Sociology, International Sociological Assoc., Research Committee on Agriculture and Food. , , (). . 135  
Lockie, Stewart, Lyons, Kristen and Lawrence, Geoffrey Going organic: Mobilizing networks for environmentally responsible food production 1 ed. Oxfordshire, U.K.: CAB International Publishing, 2006. 126 5
Lawrence, G. A., Lyons, K. and Lockie, S. (2002). Localism, community and the politics of organic food systems. In: Cultivating Communities, 14th IFOAM Organic World Conference. Cultivating Communities, 14th IFOAM Organic World Conference, Victoria, Canada, (). 21-24 August, 2002. 96  
Lawrence, G. A., Norton, J., Lockie, S. and Lyons, K. (2002). Organics and biotechnology: Never the twain shall meet?. In: World Congress of Sociology: International Sociological Assoc., Research Committee on Agriculture & Food. World Congress of Sociology: International Sociological Assoc., Research Committee on Agriculture & Food, x, (). 2002. 65  
Lockie, Stewart, Lawrence, Geoffrey and Cheshire, Lynda (2006). Reconfiguring rural resource governance: The legacy of neoliberalism in Australia. In P. Cloke, T. Marsden and P. Mooney (Ed.), Handbook of Rural Studies (pp. 29-43) London: Sage. 62  
Lockie, S., Herbert-Cheshire, L. A. and Lawrence, G. A. (2003). Rural sociology. In Ian McAllister, Steve Dowrick and Riaz Hassan (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of Social Sciences in Australia (pp. 604-625) Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 54  
Lawrence, G. A., Lockie, S., Mummery, K. and Lyons, K. (2002). Why do people eat organic food? A multivariate analysis of organic food choice by Australian consumers. In: World Congress of Sociology, International Sociological Assoc., Research Committee on Agriculture and Food. World Congress of Sociology, International Sociological Assoc, Brisbane, (). 7-13 July 2002. 352