The Sociology of Food and Agriculture

As Interest Has Increased In Topics Such As The Globalization Of The Agrifood System, Food Security, And Food Safety, The Subjects Of Food And Agriculture Are Making Their Way Into A Growing Number Of Courses In Disciplines Within The Social Sciences And The Humanities, Like Sociology And Food Studies This Book Is An Introductory Textbook Aimed At Undergraduate Students, And Is Suitable For Those With Little Or No Background In Sociology.The Author Starts By Looking At The Recent Development Of Agriculture Under Capitalism And Neo Liberal Regimes And The Transformation Of Farming From A Small Scale, Family Run Business To A Globalized System The Consequent Changes In Rural Employment And Role Of Multinationals In Controlling Markets Are Described Topics Such As The Global Hunger And Obesity Challenges, GM Foods, And International Trade And Subsidies Are Assessed As Part Of The World Food Economy The Second Section Of The Book Focuses On Community Impacts, Food And Culture, And Diversity Later Chapters Examine Topics Such As Food Security, Alternative And Social Movements, Food Sovereignty, Local Versus Global, And Fair Trade All Chapters Include Learning Objectives And Recommendations For Further Reading To Aid Student Learning.The Sociology of Food and Agriculture

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  • Paperback
  • 317 pages
  • The Sociology of Food and Agriculture
  • Michael S. Carolan
  • English
  • 01 April 2017
  • 9780415698580

10 thoughts on “The Sociology of Food and Agriculture

  1. says:

    Excellent overview of the world of agriculture and food from a sociological perspective Provides a large amount of information in an easy to read way, also suggests numerous other sources to read about each topic Highly recommend.

  2. says:

    It took me the first several chapters to get into this book, but I m glad I stuck with it I learned LOTS of astonishing facts about the globalization of food, and what free markets are really all about.Did you know that wo...

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