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Alternative food networks
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||David Goodman, E. Melanie DuPuis, and Michael K. Goodman|
|Contributions||DuPuis, E. Melanie (Erna Melanie), 1957-, Goodman, Michael K., 1969-|
|LC Classifications||HD9000.5 .G658 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 308 p. :|
|Number of Pages||308|
|LC Control Number||2011009477|
Alternative Food Networks are indeed practices of sharing, so forming part of the sharing economy. In order to clarify these questions, in a first step the distribution and number of Alternative Food Networks in Germany was determined. In addition, a large number of academic articles and project. Maye, Damian ORCID: and Kirwan, James ORCID: () Alternative food networks: a review of research. In: Grassroots movements for alternative, convivial and local consumption. Desclée De Brouwer, Paris, pp.
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By Professor Mike Goodman, Professor of Environment and Development/Human Geography, University of Reading. Professor Goodman appeared on BBC Radio 4’s Farming Today on Monday (8 May), to discuss the growth of Alternative Food Networks. Here he explains more about how they are evolving and why they face a cloudy future. This timely book provides a critical review of the growth of alternative food networks and their struggle to defend their ethical and aesthetic values against the standardizing pressures of the corporate mainstream with its "placeless and nameless" global supply networks. It explores how these alternative movements are "making a difference" and.
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“Alternative Food Networks (AFNs) have now been an object of interest for scholars for almost twenty years. This book, which studies AFNs in one of the regions where the movement had one of its earliest origins, provides a timely reflection on what they mean today, what their connection with the broader food system is and what they have the potential to become.” (Professor Gianluca Brunori.
About this book. Introduction. In recent years, Alternative Food Networks (AFNs) have been a key issue both in the scientific community and in public debates. This is due to their profound implications for rural development, local sustainability, and bio-economics.
This edited collection discusses what the main determinants of the participation. In book: International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Chapter: Alternative Food Networks, Publisher: Elsevier, Editors: Rob Kitchin, Nigel Thrift, pp “Beyond Alternative Food Networks is a richly detailed ethnographic exploration of Italy's agricultural "solidarity economy" movement, in which farmers and consumers negotiate the terms of producing, selling, buying and preparing food.
But it is much more than a book about alternative ways of sourcing and consuming food. Buy Alternative Food Networks: Knowledge, Practice, and Politics (Routledge Studies of Gastronomy, Food and Drink) 1 by Goodman, David, DuPuis, E. Melanie, Goodman, Michael K.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: David Goodman, Michael K. Goodman. Purpose Alternative food networks (AFNs) have recently emerged in the food landscape as new ways of food production, distribution and consumption which are alternatives to the traditional food system.
Alternative Food Networks: Knowledge, Practice, and Politics (Routledge Studies of Gastronomy, Food and Drink) - Kindle edition by Goodman, David, DuPuis, E. Melanie, Goodman, Michael K., DuPuis, E. Melanie, Goodman, Michael K.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Alternative Food Manufacturer: Routledge. What are Alternative Agro Food Networks These networks are the chains and linkages between farmers, producers, shops, suppliers and consumers.
The main food-network is often called the ‘productionist’ model, and originated in the s and s in the so-called ‘Green Revolution’. Alternative food networks: Knowledge, practice, and politics.
USA and Canada: Routledge. Harris, E. Neoliberal subjectivities or a politics of the possible. Reading for difference in alternative food networks.
Alternative Food Networks by David Goodman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(7). This timely book provides a critical review of the growth of alternative food networks and their struggle to defend their ethical and aesthetic values against the standardizing pressures of the corporate mainstream with its "placeless and nameless" global supply networks.
It explores how these alternative movements are "making a difference" and Cited by: Alternative food networks may support the organic sector.
The environmental, social and economic sustainability of the mainstream food system is causing concern. Various alternative food networks (AFNs), such as food buying groups, Community Supported Agriculture, farmers’ markets and specialist food retail are seen as one response to this.
Amid the many food safety scandals that have erupted in recent years, Chinese food activists and consumers are turning to the creation of alternative food networks (AFNs) to ensure better control over their food.
These Chinese AFNs have not been documented in the growing literature on food studies. Based on in-depth interviews and case studies, this paper documents and develops a. Her example of an eat-local campaign in Iowa reveals that eating local food can support both conventional food networks and alternative ones.
DuPuis and Goodman (, p. ) argue for an examination of the ‘politics in place’ in order to understand the ways localization is deployed in relation to global processes and forces rather than in. Alternative Food Networks Towards Pragmatic Food Politics So, what does this book offer that is new and useful.
A key contribution, in my view, is its overall conceptual framework. The book conceptualizes AFNs in rela-tional terms, which Goodman et. Our point of departure is that local food conveys strong meanings with the potential to detach consumers from conventional food networks and attach them to alternative food networks.
Table 2 shows some of the meanings that may be attributed to local food, classified in five categories: functional, ecological, aesthetic, ethical, political. Opening paragraphs (more on Google Books (see link) Introduction One area of academic thinking which has been replete with ideas of alterity is that of alternative food networks (AFNs).
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