The Conceptual Separation of Food and Animals in Childhood

@article{Stewart2009TheCS,
  title={The Conceptual Separation of Food and Animals in Childhood},
  author={K. Stewart and M. Cole},
  journal={Food, Culture \& Society},
  year={2009},
  volume={12},
  pages={457 - 476}
}
Abstract Nonhuman animals are primarily defined according to their form of relation with human beings, which broadly depends on the perceived utility of those animals to humans. These relations may be analyzed to generate typologies, membership of which circumscribes the probable fate of nonhuman animals when they enter into contact with humans. However, these judgments of utility and category membership are contingent and socially constructed, as demonstrated by cultural and historical… Expand
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