Meet meat: An explorative study on meat and cultured meat as seen by Chinese, Ethiopians and Dutch

@article{Bekker2017MeetMA,
  title={Meet meat: An explorative study on meat and cultured meat as seen by Chinese, Ethiopians and Dutch},
  author={G. A. Bekker and H. Tobi and A. Fischer},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2017},
  volume={114},
  pages={82-92}
}
In this cross-cultural study we investigated how study participants from China, Ethiopia and the Netherlands operationalize the concept of meat and to what extent cultured meat fits or does not fit into this operationalization. We argue that combining the conceptual approaches symbolic boundaries and theory of social practices helps to better understand the possibly culturally dependent operationalization of the concept meat. Ten visiting graduate students from China, 10 from Ethiopia and 10… Expand

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