Trusting, complex, quality conscious or unprotected? constructing the food consumer in different European national contexts
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Bente Halkier, Lotte Holm, Mafalda Domingues, Paolo Magaudda, Annemette Nielsen, Laura Terragni
In the new European food policy following the BSE crisis, the consumer is called upon to take an active and responsible role. But in the political and organizational restructuring processes following the European Union policy, diverse constructions of the food consumer can be identified in different national contexts. The article analyses the discursive framings of the food consumer in four national settings: Norway, Denmark and Portugal, based on interview data from a comparative research project, TRUSTINFOOD.
|Journal||Journal of Consumer Culture|
|Number of pages||24|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
- LIFE - Europe, food policy, consumer culture, food safety, governance, nutrition