Italian Slow Food: Societal Change and Justice

Title

Italian Slow Food: Societal Change and Justice

Authors

Carole Counihan

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Description

Carole Counihan, Professor of Anthropology at Millersville University, uses ethnographic interviews with members of the Italian Slow Food Movement – a coalition of 100,000 members around the world devoted to promoting “good, clean, and fair food” – to explore whether food practices can be the basis for advancing personal growth as well as social and economic justice.

Publication Date

10-14-2010

Keywords

Italy, slow food movement, ethnography, fair food, societal justice, economic justice

Disciplines

Agricultural and Resource Economics | Food Studies

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