Professor Stanley Ulijaszek: List of publications

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Conceptualizing ecobiosocial interactions: lessons from obesity

Framing obesity in UK policy from the Blair years, 1997-2015: the persistence of individualistic approaches despite overwhelming evidence of societal and economic factors, and the need for collective responsibility

The 'who' and 'what' of #diabetes on Twitter

Models of Obesity From Ecology to Complexity in Science and Policy

Inequality and childhood overweight and obesity: a commentary.

Mobile activism, material imaginings, and the ethics of the edible: Framing political engagement through the Buycott app

Framing obesity in UK policy from the Blair years, 1997-2015: the persistence of individualistic approaches despite overwhelming evidence of societal and economic factors, and the need for collective responsibility.

With the benefit of Foresight: Obesity, complexity and joined-up government

Obesity emergence in the Pacific islands: why understanding colonial history and social change is important.

An anthropological insight into the Pacific island diabetes crisis and its clinical implications

Population Genetics: the study of the genetic structure of human populations

Social Aspects of Dietary Sugars

From abject eating to abject being: Representations of obesity on 'Supersize vs. Superskinny'

Do adult obesity rates in England vary by insecurity as well as by inequality? An ecological cross-sectional study.

Predicting adult obesity from measures in earlier life.

Research Protocol: The practice of medical humanitarian emergency: ethnography of practitioners’ response to nutritional crisis

Predicting adult obesity from measures in earlier life

The Unpredictable Species. What Makes Humans Unique.

Anorexia Nervosa

Intercontinental differences in overweight of adopted Koreans in the United States and Europe

One reason why waist-to-height ratio is usually better related to chronic disease risk and outcome than body mass index.

Concluding remarks: what's in a name? "Negritos" in the context of the human prehistory of Southeast Asia

Concluding remarks: what's in a name? "Negritos" in the context of the human prehistory of Southeast Asia.

High fructose corn syrup and diabetes prevalence: A global perspective

High fructose corn syrup and diabetes prevalence: a global perspective.

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