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Ch2. Handling Food-related Risks: Political Agency and Governmentality

By Bente Halkier

  • Consumption is a particular field of practices within the sociality of everyday life, which combines the satisfaction of needs with expressions of identity. Analyzing food consumption means dealing with everyday life experiences and with practices that are characterized by the material and sensate experiences of taking things into the body and keeping things out of the body.  

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