Social Trends

The Punch: Paying off credit card better than $1000 payrise

ON LINE opinion: A consumer's perspective on abortion

ON LINE opinion: Manhole or personhole? A study of political correctness

Sunday Life: When it comes to the CRUNCH

Sunday Life: Mothers Milk

National Republican Lecture 2007: Trust Matters: politics, trust and the republican cause

Chapter in No Fit Place for a Woman (written with Janet Ramsay): Never Made to Follow, never born to lead": women in the NSW ALP


Gen Y

ON LINE opinion: Political parties ignore Generation Y at their peril

The Australian: Generation Y worry

The World According to Y (chapter 9): We decide what's cool



The Courier Mail: Table Manners

IPSOS White Paper: Because Family Mealtimes Matter

Griffith REVIEW Edition 27 Food Chain: Taste of Home



Seven Deadly Sins: Gluttony

Talkback: the decline of eating at the table?

Eating between the lines



Dr Rebecca Huntley is a researcher and author with a background in publishing, academia and politics. She holds degrees in law and film studies and a PhD in Gender Studies.

Rebecca is a Director of Ipsos Mackay research. She is the author of two books, The World According to Y: Inside the New Adult Generation and Eating Between the Lines: food and equality in Australia.

Rebecca is a regular contributor to essay collections, magazines, newspapers and online publications and is a feature writer for Australian Vogue. She is a sought after commentator on social trends on radio, in print and on television.

Rebecca is married with young daughter and lives in Sydney. When she isn’t talking to Australians about their lives, she is working on her fiction and non-fiction projects, cooking and knitting.

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