Exploring foodscapes through the lived body and the sense of place

Liselotte Hedegaard, Søren Tange Kristensen

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Abstract

The interest in this paper is to thematise the corporal experience of food consumption in the complex rhythms of modern lives. Human action and reflection is corporal, but in the dialectical movement between body and world, the perpetual movements of cultural practices influence corporal experience and, hence, a methodological approach must form a suitable framework for thematising the corporal experience of de-territorialisation in terms of food consumption. By applying „foodscapes‟ with reference to globalisation theory, this paper intends to capture a bodily dimension of globalisation capable of uncovering perspectives of the relationship between food and place and corporal experience.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMaking Sense of Consumption : Proceedings from Nordic Conference of Consumer Research
Number of pages18
Publication date2016
Publication statusPublished - 2016
EventThe 4th Nordic Conference on Consumer Research 2016 - Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark
Duration: 18 May 201619 May 2016
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ConferenceThe 4th Nordic Conference on Consumer Research 2016
LocationAarhus University
CountryDenmark
CityAarhus
Period18/05/201619/05/2016
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Hedegaard, L., & Tange Kristensen, S. (2016). Exploring foodscapes through the lived body and the sense of place. In Making Sense of Consumption: Proceedings from Nordic Conference of Consumer Research
Hedegaard, Liselotte ; Tange Kristensen, Søren. / Exploring foodscapes through the lived body and the sense of place. Making Sense of Consumption: Proceedings from Nordic Conference of Consumer Research. 2016.
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Hedegaard, L & Tange Kristensen, S 2016, Exploring foodscapes through the lived body and the sense of place. in Making Sense of Consumption: Proceedings from Nordic Conference of Consumer Research. The 4th Nordic Conference on Consumer Research 2016, Aarhus, Denmark, 18/05/2016.

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Making Sense of Consumption: Proceedings from Nordic Conference of Consumer Research. 2016.

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