A Brief Pre-History of Food Waste and the Social Sciences

@article{Evans2012ABP,
  title={A Brief Pre-History of Food Waste and the Social Sciences},
  author={D. Evans and H. Campbell and A. Murcott},
  journal={The Sociological Review},
  year={2012},
  volume={60},
  pages={26 - 5}
}
Food waste is a compelling and yet hugely under-researched area of interest for social scientists. In order to account for this neglect and to situate the fledgling body of social science scholarship that is starting to engage with food waste, the analysis here does a number of things. It explores the theoretical tendencies that have underpinned the invisibility of waste to the sociological gaze alongside the historical transitions in global food relations that led to the disappearance of… Expand
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