Faculty of Arts
Consuming Interests: The Sociology of Food
Food is basic to human society. This course blends social history, political economy and hermeneutics to examine sociological aspects of food production, processing, distribution and consumption. Other issues raised will include hunger and famine, colonialism, gender differences and development.
Coordinator(s) Dr Claudia Bell
Coursework + exam
SOCIOL 323: 15.0 points
30 points at Stage II in Sociology