Ellen Ruppel Shell
Shell's work tends to focus on the intersection of science and society with a special emphasis on medical policy, and she also writes on the politics of science, science and the media, and environmental policy.
Shell is the author of four books:
- A Child's Place: a year in the life of a day care center (Little, Brown, 1992)
- The Hungry Gene: the science of fat and the future of thin (New York : Atlantic Monthly Press, 2002)
- Cheap: The High Cost of Discount Culture (New York : Penguin Books, 2009)
- The Job: Work and Its Future in a Time of Radical Change (New York : Crown Publishing Group, 2018)
- Pearson Education (2008). Shell, Ellen Ruppel. Retrieved on 2009-08-10 from http://wps.prenhall.com/hss_kirszner_blairreader_5/24/6255/1601495.cw/index.html Archived 2011-06-15 at the Wayback Machine.
- Ellen Ruppel Shell: author's biography
- Faculty of Boston University's Master's Degree Program in Science and Medical Journalism
- Official site
- Review of Cheap
- Review of "The Job" -- Washington Post
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