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NOURISHING NETWORKS: ALTERNATIVE GEOGRAPHIES OF FOOD
WHATMORE, SARAH & THORNE, LORRAINE
Written in English
Sarah Whatmore and L. Thorne, “Nourishing Networks: Alternative Geographies of Food,” in D. Goodman and M. Watts (eds.), Globalizing Food (London: Routledge, ). Both deploy the . Main Globalising food: agrarian questions and global restructuring Due to the technical work on the site downloading books (as well as file conversion and sending books to email/kindle) may be unstable from May, 27 to May, 28 Also, for users who have an active donation now, we will extend the donation period.
Paper I was invited to take part in the creative writing panel at AAG Seattle in to talk about collaborative authorship. ‘Afters’, the third and final paper in my ‘Geographies of food’ series, had just been published in Progress in human It had 26 authors, whose names and affiliations filled up the entire first page. Tregear A. () Progressing knowledge in alternative and local food networks: critical reflections and a research agenda, Journal of Rural Studies, 27(4), pp. – *Venn, L. et al. () Researching European 'alternative' food networks: some methodological considerations. Area, 38 (3),
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The key themes addresses range from giant multinational food corporations, rural industrialisation and World Bank policies, to the regulation of pollution, labour relations, urban food politics Book Edition: 1st Edition. Trevor J. Barnes is Professor of Geography at the University of British Columbia.
His previous publications include A Companion to Economic Geography (co-edited with Eric Sheppard, Blackwell Publishing, ). Jamie Peck is Professor of Geography and Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
He is the author of Work-place (Guilford, ) and Workfare States (Guilford, ) and co. Globalising food: agrarian questions and global restructuring. bureaucrats and the making of new moral discourses in agri-environmental controversies / Philip Lowe and Neil Ward --Nourishing networks: alternative geographies of food / Sarah Whatmore and Lorraine agrarian questions and global restructuring\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0.
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Territories, Flows And Hierarchies In. 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.
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for grad students: LAW, J. “On .Alternative food networks (AFNs) are commonly defined by attributes such as the spatial proximity between farmers and consumers, the existence of retail venues such as farmers markets, community supported agriculture (CSA) and a commitment to sustainable food production and by: Abstract.
Within the context of the growing interest in alternative economic spaces, this introductory paper conceptualizes alternative food networks (AFN) as alternative economic networks that seek to transform production-consumption-relations in a Cited by: 5.