Knowing Food and Growing Food : Beyond the Production-Consumption Debate in the Sociology of Agriculture

@inproceedings{Goodman2002KnowingFA,
  title={Knowing Food and Growing Food : Beyond the Production-Consumption Debate in the Sociology of Agriculture},
  author={David Goodman and Edmond Dupuis},
  year={2002}
}
T his paper examines some recent contributions to the literature on consumption in agro-food studies, with particular attention to the conceptualization of the loci and practice of food politics. The current interest in food consumption and its politics is informed by the earlier 'turn' to culture and the cultural in post-structuralist and post-modernist social theory, which contested the dominant optic of production relations, workplace politics, and associated conceptualizations of power… CONTINUE READING
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