Understanding food practices and inequality

Two recent papers by section members are contributing to public conversations about food practices and inequality:

In a post for the Work in Progress blog, Priya Fielding-Singh discusses her research on the symbolic meanings parents attach to food in different material circumstances, which was published in Sociological Science.

In a Metro news story, Shyon Baumann discusses research with Michelle Szabo and Josée Johnston on how material constraints shape food choices for low-income consumers, recently published in the Journal of Consumer Culture.

It’s wonderful to see sociologists contributing to these important conversations!


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