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Globalization and food sovereignty : global and local change in the new politics of food / edited by Peter Andree ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Andree, Peter, 1970-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HD9000.5 .G56 2014Series: Studies in comparative political economy and public policy: 42.Publication: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, c2014Description: xi, 376 p.ISBN: 9781442612280 (paper); 1442612282 (paper); 9781442643758 (cloth); 1442643757 (cloth).Subject(s): Food sovereignty | Agriculture -- Economic aspects | Globalization | Food -- Political aspects
Contents:
Introduction : crisis and contention in the new politics of food /Peter Andrée, Jeffrey Ayres, Michael J. Bosia, and Marie-Josée Massicotte -- Part 1. Food sovereignty in theory and policy debates. Food sovereignty and globalization : lines of inquiry / Peter Andrée, Jeffrey Ayres, Michael J. Bosia, and Marie-Josée Massicotte -- The territory of self-determination : social reproduction, agro-ecology, and the role of the state / Michael Menser -- Exploring the limits of fair trade : the local food movement in the context of late capitalism / Noah Zerbe -- Local food : food sovereignty or myth of alternative consumer sovereignty? / Martha McMahon -- Part 2. Food sovereignty in comparative perspective. Citizen-farmers : the possibilities and the limits of Australia's emerging alternative food networks / Peter Andrée -- From food security to food sovereignty in Canada : resistance and authority in the context of neoliberalism / Sarah J. Martin and Peter Andrée -- Food sovereignty in practice : a study of farmer-led sustainable agriculture in the Philippines / Sarah Wright -- Free markets for all : transition economies and the European Union's common agricultural policy / Irena Knezevic -- Part 3. Food sovereignty in contentious politics. Feminist political ecology and La Vía Campesina's struggle for food sovereignty through the experience of the Escola Latino-Americana de Agroecologia (ELAA) / Marie-Josée Massicotte -- Food sovereignty, trade rules, and the struggle to know the origins of food / Elizabeth Smythe -- Food sovereignty as localized resistance to globalization in France and the United States / Jeffrey Ayres and Michael J. Bosia -- Conclusion : the food sovereignty lens / Philip McMichael.
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Introduction : crisis and contention in the new politics of food /Peter Andrée, Jeffrey Ayres, Michael J. Bosia, and Marie-Josée Massicotte -- Part 1. Food sovereignty in theory and policy debates. Food sovereignty and globalization : lines of inquiry / Peter Andrée, Jeffrey Ayres, Michael J. Bosia, and Marie-Josée Massicotte -- The territory of self-determination : social reproduction, agro-ecology, and the role of the state / Michael Menser -- Exploring the limits of fair trade : the local food movement in the context of late capitalism / Noah Zerbe -- Local food : food sovereignty or myth of alternative consumer sovereignty? / Martha McMahon -- Part 2. Food sovereignty in comparative perspective. Citizen-farmers : the possibilities and the limits of Australia's emerging alternative food networks / Peter Andrée -- From food security to food sovereignty in Canada : resistance and authority in the context of neoliberalism / Sarah J. Martin and Peter Andrée -- Food sovereignty in practice : a study of farmer-led sustainable agriculture in the Philippines / Sarah Wright -- Free markets for all : transition economies and the European Union's common agricultural policy / Irena Knezevic -- Part 3. Food sovereignty in contentious politics. Feminist political ecology and La Vía Campesina's struggle for food sovereignty through the experience of the Escola Latino-Americana de Agroecologia (ELAA) / Marie-Josée Massicotte -- Food sovereignty, trade rules, and the struggle to know the origins of food / Elizabeth Smythe -- Food sovereignty as localized resistance to globalization in France and the United States / Jeffrey Ayres and Michael J. Bosia -- Conclusion : the food sovereignty lens / Philip McMichael.

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