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Julie Guthman Fast food, Organic Food Reflexive Taste and the making of 'Yuppie Chow'
Conclusion
Unable to Categorize People
Instability
No Antidote to Industrialized Food
Monopolized
Movement of Organic Food
Julie H. Guthman
Professor at The University of California Santa Cruz
Division: Social Science Division
Politics of Obesity
Environmental Health
Political Ecology
Race and Food
Critical Human Geography
Method
Archival Data
Past academic writings
Interviews
150 semi-structured interviews.
Self Research
Salad mix price

Critique
Thesis Statement
Evolution of Organic Food
Counter-Cuisine
Yuppie Chow
Change in the Organic System Provision
Organic Food an Antidote to Industrialized Food
Facile Dichotomies between Fast and Slow
Slippage and Instability'
Politics of Class and Gender
Question: What is Organic Food?
Theoretical Argument
Food is Elitist
Movement of Industrialized in Organic Food
Processes and Producers
Monopolized
Consumption Defines - You are what you eat.
Provision of Organic Food
"When you choose to buy and eat organic and sustainably raised produce, a little of this karma rubs off on you, which makes everything taste better."
Counter-Cuisine
The Counter-Trend
Vegetarianism
Organic Food
Fair Trade coffee
Direct farmer-to-consumer marketing
Wealthy
Self-absorbed
Without social conscience
Organic

Yuppie Chow
Question: Has food become a sign of privilege? How so?
Can there really be an antidote to Industrialized food?
No alternative
No one is defined.
Think about what you consume
Any difference in Slow and Fast?
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