Health, Food and Social Inequality
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Health, Food and Social Inequality

Critical Perspectives on the Supply and Marketing of Food
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Carolyn Mahoney
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1. Introduction: The Politics of Food Consumption and Health 2. Analytical Framework and Methodology: Critical Realism and Critical Discourse Analysis in Food and Health Research 3. Applying Social Theory to Food Production, Food Consumption and Social Class 4. Reflexivity, Habitas and Lifeworld: Applying the Theories of Giddens, Bourdieu and Habermas 5. The Evidence for a Diet-Health-Class Link 6. How the Agri-food Industry Shapes our Diets and Influences our Health 7. Critical Perspectives on Marketing and Marketing Research 8. Social Class in Food Retailing and Marketing and Reflections on Marketing Ethics 9. Conclusion
Health, Food and Social Inequality investigates how vast amounts of consumer data are used by the food industry to enable the social ranking of products, food outlets and consumers themselves, and how this influences food consumption patterns.This book supplies a fresh social scientific perspective on the health consequences of poor diet. Shifting the focus from individual behaviour to the food supply and the way it is developed and marketed, it discusses what is known about the shaping of food behaviours by both social theory and psychology. Exploring how knowledge of social identities and health beliefs and behaviours are used by the food industry, Health, Food and Social Inequality outlines, for example, how commercial marketing firms supply food companies with information on where to locate snack and fast foods whilst also advising governments on where to site health services for those consuming such foods disproportionately. Giving a sociological underpinning to Nudge theory while simultaneously critiquing it in the context of diet and health, this book explores how social class is an often overlooked factor mediating both individual dietary practice and food marketing strategies. This innovative volume provides a detailed critique of marketing and food industry practices and places class at the centre of diet and health. It is suitable for scholars in the social sciences, public health and marketing.

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