Jason S. Parker, Ph.D.
Jason S. Parker, Research Assistant Professor
- Ph.D. Agricultural and Environmental Anthropology, Ohio State University 2006
- M.A. Anthropology, Ohio State University 1999
- B.A. Anthropology, Youngstown State 1995
Areas of Expertise
Anthropology, Natural Resources, Food Safety, Food Systems.
I am an agricultural anthropologist whose work investigates diversity, scale, and land tenure in households and communities using participatory research and development approaches to understanding food systems, agricultural and other natural resource issues. I use multiple forms of qualitative and quantitative (narrative, observation, numeric), geographic, and documentary forms of data for qualitative, quantitative, and spatial analyses.
Contact InformationEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Hours: by appointment
2013. J.S. Parker. “Integrating Culture and Community into Environmental Policy: Balancing the benefits of agency and locally led watershed management and decision making.” Agriculture and Human Values 30(2): 159-178.
2012. J.S. Parker, R. Wilson, J. LeJeune, and D. Doohan. “Including growers in the ‘food safety’ conversation: Enhancing the design and implementation of food safety programming based on farm and marketing needs of fresh fruit and vegetable producers.” Agriculture and Human Values 29(3): 303-319.
2012. J.S. Parker, R. Wilson, L. Rivers III, J. LeJeune, and D. Doohan. “An expert guide to understanding grower decisions related to fresh fruit and vegetable contamination prevention and control.” Food Control 26(1): 107-116.
- Deborah Neher, department chair
- John Aleong
- Sidney C. Bosworth
- Terence Bradshaw
- Yolanda Chen
- Josef H. Gorres
- Ann Hazelrigg
- Stephanie Hurley
- V. Ernesto Mendez
- Scott C. Merrill
- Bruce L.Parker
- Jason S. Parker
- Leonard P. Perry
- Donald S. Ross
- Margaret Skinner
- Mark Starrett