Social Structural Influences on Meat Consumption

  title={Social Structural Influences on Meat Consumption},
  author={Marcia Hill Gossard},
Meat production is a major hidden cause of many critical environmental problems, indicating that individual dietary habits are a form of environmentally significant consumption (ESC). We build upon the growing literature on ESC by analyzing the effects of social structural factors on the total meat and beef consumption of individuals. Our purpose here is to further our understanding of the factors that contribute to individual consumption patterns of environmentally significant commodities… CONTINUE READING

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