Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
Nancy Neiman Auerbach
© 2015 Delia L Tyrrell
The alternative food movement is often viewed as a more moral or ethical choice compared to the industrialized food system. Because the horrors of the industrialized food system have entered public knowledge through numerous documentaries and books, consumers are looking for an alternative. Purchasing local, organic, seasonal, and fresh produce is marketed as a solution. This thesis critiques the alternative food movement for its numerous flaws using an ecofeminist lens.
Tyrrell, Delia Ley, "An Ecofeminist Critique of the Alternative Food Movement" (2016). Scripps Senior Theses. 797.
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