Post-graduate fellow of the Royal Geographical Society
Farmer behaviour and decision making
Livestock disease management and biosecurity
Climate change and flood risk management
Current research projects
Evaluation of the Impact of Superfast Broadband in Gloucestershire and Herefordshire (on behalf of Fastershire)
Rural land use
Rural land management
Hamilton-Webb, A., Manning, L., Naylor, R., and Conway, J. (2016) The relationship between risk experience and risk response: a study of climate change. Journal of Risk Research, DOI:10.1080/13669877.2016.1153506
Naylor, R., Hamilton-Webb, A., Little, R., and Maye, D. (2016) The ‘good farmer': Farmer identities and the control of exotic livestock disease in England. Sociologia Ruralis, DOI: 10.1111/soru.12127
Naylor, R., Manley, W., Maye, D., Enticott, G., Ilbery, B. and Hamilton-Webb, A. (forthcoming) The framing of public knowledge controversies in the media: a comparative analysis of the portrayal of badger vaccination in the English national, regional and farming press. Sociologica Ruralis
Hamilton-Webb, A., and Naylor, R. (2015) Farm Level Risk Management - Lessons Learned. Report to Defra.
Hamilton-Webb, A., and Naylor, R. (2015) Faster Women Evaluation. Report to Gloucestershire County Council
Naylor, R. and Hamilton-Webb (2015) Enhanced Management of Persistent Breakdowns - Process Evaluation. Report to Defra
Naylor, R., Hamilton-Webb, A., Little, R., Maye, D., Edwards, E., Charles, J., Foy, R., Curzon, S., Reed, M., Manning, L. and Hemmings, A. (2015) Exotic Disease Compensation Review: Behaviours Project - Part 2 (Primary Research) SE4309. Report to Defra
Manning, L., and Hamilton-Webb, A. (2014) Sustainable procurement. Research report for the RSPB.
Fisher, R., Short, S., Hamilton-Webb, A. and Mills, J. (2013) A new approach to grazing in the Cotswolds NIAs. Report to the Cotswolds Conservation.
Hamilton-Webb, A. (2015) Farmers’ engagement with the challenge of climate change: a case study of farmers in Gloucestershire, England. European Society of Rural Sociology Congress, Aberdeen, August
Hamilton-Webb, A. (2014) Are farmers in Gloucestershire who have directly experienced flood events, more likely to engage with climate change as a risk issue? Countryside and Community Research Institute Postgraduate Winter School, November
Hamilton-Webb, A. (2013) Farmers’ experiences of flooding and attitudes and response towards climate change – a study in the county of Gloucestershire. RGS-IBG International Conference, London, August