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323: Sociology of Food

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This course relies on a sociological lens to uncover the complexity behind what is an everyday activity by examining the interrelated systems of production, processing, marketing, and consumption of food across and within international, national, regional, and local markets. We will consider what, when, how, and with whom we eat and discover how various aspects of food consumption and production can be understood in terms of the organization of society's social institutions as well as the structure of social relations among the individuals that comprise that society.
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Section 00 - Traditional Day

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    Course earns 1.00 units with a Maximum Enrollment of 15
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  • Schedule:
    F, 11:00 AM-1:50 PM
  • Instructor:
    Janine Chi