Kelly, Bridget Associate Professor

Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow

  • Faculty of Social Sciences
  • School of Health and Society
  • Early Start Research

Overview


Bridget's research aims to influence the development of public policy that fosters supportive food environments in Australia and globally. In particular, her work in critical food marketing seeks to identify the extent that young people are exposed to unhealthy food promotions and the impact that this has on food preferences and consumption behaviours. She is keenly interested in collaborating with international researchers to build and support research in this field at a global level.

Top Publications


Available as Research Supervisor

Selected Publications


Available as Research Supervisor

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Using food marketing strategies to drive healthy food behaviours in young children and their families Mohd Jamil, Sameeha
    Doctor of Philosophy Sustained Impact of Unhealthy Food Advertising on Children’s Dietary Intake Norman, Jennifer
    Doctor of Philosophy Digital Marketing and its influences on young adults’ food-related attitudes and behaviours: Energy drinks as an example Buchanan, Limin
    Doctor of Philosophy Examine the potential impact of discretionary food + drink marketing on children’s brand associations and attachments and the mechanisms underpinning the relationship at the implicit + explicit levels Smith, Rachel
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Consumer perspectives on food and nutrition labelling and use of food label information in Mongolia to inform food labelling policy Chimedtseren, Nyamragchaa
    Doctor of Philosophy Mapping the Implementation of Priority Food Environment Policies to Tackle Diet-related Non-communicable Diseases (NCDs) in Malaysia: A Situational Analysis Ng, See Hoe
    Doctor of Philosophy Healthy Eating and Active Play in Family Day Care Kerr, Erin
    Doctor of Philosophy SIGNIFICANCE OF PROCESSED FOODS IN THE NON COMMUNICABLE DISEASE CRISIS IN FIJI Varman, Sumantla
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) The Food Environment of the Illawarra: Food outlet types, food intake, shopping practices and socio-economic factors Moayyed, Hamid

Full Name


  • Bridget Kelly

Mailing Address


  • Northfields Ave

    Wollongong

    NSW

    2522

    Australia

Top Publications


Selected Publications


Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Using food marketing strategies to drive healthy food behaviours in young children and their families Mohd Jamil, Sameeha
    Doctor of Philosophy Sustained Impact of Unhealthy Food Advertising on Children’s Dietary Intake Norman, Jennifer
    Doctor of Philosophy Digital Marketing and its influences on young adults’ food-related attitudes and behaviours: Energy drinks as an example Buchanan, Limin
    Doctor of Philosophy Examine the potential impact of discretionary food + drink marketing on children’s brand associations and attachments and the mechanisms underpinning the relationship at the implicit + explicit levels Smith, Rachel
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) Consumer perspectives on food and nutrition labelling and use of food label information in Mongolia to inform food labelling policy Chimedtseren, Nyamragchaa
    Doctor of Philosophy Mapping the Implementation of Priority Food Environment Policies to Tackle Diet-related Non-communicable Diseases (NCDs) in Malaysia: A Situational Analysis Ng, See Hoe
    Doctor of Philosophy Healthy Eating and Active Play in Family Day Care Kerr, Erin
    Doctor of Philosophy SIGNIFICANCE OF PROCESSED FOODS IN THE NON COMMUNICABLE DISEASE CRISIS IN FIJI Varman, Sumantla
    Doctor of Philosophy (Integrated) The Food Environment of the Illawarra: Food outlet types, food intake, shopping practices and socio-economic factors Moayyed, Hamid

Full Name


  • Bridget Kelly

Mailing Address


  • Northfields Ave

    Wollongong

    NSW

    2522

    Australia

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