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The evolving quality and scope of new social movements: Toronto food security organizations mobilizing for change.

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posted on 08.06.2021, 10:46 by Elisabeth Schieck
"This research project investigates some contemporary urban aspects of the politics of food. Taking social movement theory as my theoretical framework, this paper examines the ways in which the practices and services of Toronto organizations such as the Stop Community Food Centre, FoodShare, and Not Far From The Tree promote countercultural food ideologies and thus may be viewed as actors attempting to influence political and social change through food. While individual organizations should not be confused with social movements, it is possible that we may be able look at this ensemble of organizations as an informal network that exemplifies a new contemporary form of social movement."--Pages 3-4.

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Language

eng

Program

Communication and Culture

Granting Institution

Ryerson University