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  1. Putting Food Access in its Topological Place: Thinking in Terms of Relational Becomings When Mapping Space.Michael Carolan - 2020 - Agriculture and Human Values 38 (1):243-256.
    This paper adopts a relational, also known as a topological, approach to food accessibility—the idea that food spaces are best understood as relational becomings rather than as voids filled exclusively with mass and address. It is animated by an experimental spirit, in terms of the methods employed, the data collected, and by how those data are brought together, which together better enriches inductive theorizing. The project looks at the daily macro-mobilities—trips from one GPS coordinate to another—of 70 Coloradoans, triangulated with (...)
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  • Is There an “Ideal Feeder”? How Healthy and Eco-Friendly Food Consumption Choices Impact Judgments of Parents.Emily Huddart Kennedy & Julie A. Kmec - 2019 - Agriculture and Human Values 36 (1):137-151.
    On top of working longer hours in paid employment and spending more time actively caring for children, parents, especially mothers, also feel pressured to safeguard the health of their children and the planet through their food consumption choices. Surprisingly, little evidence identifies whether the health value and environmental impact of food consumption choices impact judgments of parents’ abilities, morality, or general worth. We address this gap by drawing on an experiment administered to an online convenience sample of the United States (...)
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