2019

Graça, J.; Truninger, M.; Junqueira L.; Schmidt, L.(2019) Consumption orientations may support (or hinder) transitions to more plant-based diets, Appetite, Vol. 140, 1, pp.19-26 Online [Artigo em Revista]

Goulart, S. C.; Truninger, M.; Ramos, V.; Augusto, F. (2019) School Meals and Food Poverty: Children’s Views, Parents´ Perspectives and the Role of School Children & Society, First published: 05 June 2019 Online [Artigo em Revista]

Jackson, P.; Evans, D.; M.Truninger; M.Meah; A.Baptista, J. A. (2019) The multiple ontologies of freshness in the UK and Portuguese agri‐food sectors Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Vol.44, nº1, pp.1-79-93 Online [Artigo em Revista]

Freire, D.Ferreira, N. E. (2019) A construção do sistema corporativo em Portugal (1933-1974) Tempo Vol. 25, 1, pp.256-279 Online [Artigo em Revista]

2018

Sobral, J. M. (2018) As leguminosas: da obscuridade à celebração, Trabalhos de Antropologia e Etnologia, Vol. 58, pp.193-209 Online [Artigo em Revista]

Rosales, M. V.(2018) Framing movement experiences: Migration, materiality and everyday life Transitions: Journal of Transient Migration Vol. 2, 1, pp.27-41 Online [Artigo em Revista]

Rosales, M. V.Horst, H. (2018) Circulations: A brief introduction Transitions: Journal of Transient Migration Vol. 2, 1, pp. 3-5 Online [Artigo em Revista]

2017

Freire, D.Lains, P. (2017) An agrarian history of Portugal, 1000-2000: economic development on the European frontier, pp.318 Brill Online [Livro/Editor]

Oliveira R., Amâncio S., Fadigas L. (Eds.), 2017. Alfaces na avenida. Estratégias para (bem) alimentar a cidade. 1.ª Edição. Lisboa: Universidade de Lisboa, Colégio Food, Farming and Forestry, [148 páginas] pp. ISBN: 978-989-99801-2-9

http://www.colegiof3.ulisboa.pt/docs/Alfaces_na_avenida-Estrategias_para_bem_alimentar_a_cidade-ColegioF3_2017.pdf

2016

Oliveira, R., Morgado, M.J., 2016. Planning the Urban Food System of the Metropolitan Área of Lisbon. A conceptual framework.In: Roggema, R. (ed.) Agriculture in an Urbanizing Society, Chapter 1,Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN: 978-1-4438-9474-6 http://repositorio.ul.pt/handle/10451/24821

Graça, J. (2016). Towards an integrated approach to food behaviour: Meat consumption and substitution, from context to consumers. Psychology, Community & Health, 5(2), 152-169.


Graça, J., Calheiros, M.M., & Oliveira, A. (2016). Situating moral disengagement: Motivated reasoning in meat consumption and substitution. Personality and Individual Differences, 90, 353-364.

2015

Graça, J., Calheiros, M.M., & Oliveira, A. (2015). Attached to meat? (Un)Willingness and intentions to adopt a more plant-based diet. Appetite, 95, 113-125.


Graça, J., Oliveira, A., & Calheiros, M.M. (2015). Meat, beyond the plate: Data-driven hypotheses for understanding consumer willingness to adopt a more plant-based diet. Appetite, 90, 80-90.

2014

Graça, J., Calheiros, M.M., & Oliveira, A. (2014). Moral disengagement in harmful but cherished food practices? An exploration into the case of meat. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, 27(5), 749-765.