Food Anxiety in Globalising Vietnam by Judith Ehlert+

Food Anxiety in Globalising Vietnam by Judith Ehlert, Nora Katharina Faltmann
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Overview: Offers a complex and multi-layered perspective on anxiety that uniquely aims to move away from the Global North/Global South dichotomy as a framework for explaining the social nature of contemporary food anxieties in terms of starvation and glut
Written from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, the book will appeal to academics and students alike in fields ranging from (food) sociology and anthropology to area and development studies to the political and cultural sciences
Diverse contributions which will equip students with a thorough understanding of the variety of phenomena that can be examined through the prism of food research, and a methodological portfolio as to how such research can be carried out
Strong grounding in empirical research ensures the book is topical, relevant and scientifically rigorous
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational > Politics & Social Sciences

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