Digital Food: From Paddock to Platform

Lewis, T 2020, Digital Food: From Paddock to Platform, Bloomsbury Academic, United Kingdom.


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Title Digital Food: From Paddock to Platform
Author(s) Lewis, T
Year 2020
Publisher Bloomsbury Academic
Place of publication United Kingdom
Subjects Communication Technology and Digital Media Studies
Globalisation and Culture
Consumption and Everyday Life
Summary Tania Lewis offers the first critical account of the impact of digital information, media, and communication technologies on the topic of food. Lewis critically analyzes how our relationship to food consumption, production, and politics is being re-mediated through digitally connected electronic devices, practices and content. By drawing together the world of food and the digital, the book speaks to a number of pressing contemporary themes including the tensions around digital engagement in increasingly commercialized spaces; the changing nature of politics in a social media context; the growing naturalization of digital devices and related practices of data monitoring; and the role and impact of digitization on social relations. At the forefront of critical new research, and written with a student readership in mind, this text is essential for scholars interested in media studies, cultural studies, food studies, and cultural geography.
Copyright notice Copyright © Tania Lewis 2020
Keyword(s) instagram
social media
influencers
YouTube creators
cultural economy
food and media
celebrity chefs
ethical consumption
food politics
food citizens
big data
data commons
food photography
masculinity and food
domesticity and cooking
domestic technology
uberisation
Facebook
apptivism
online activism
Monsanto
permaculture
Epic meal time
Jamie Oliver
DOI - identifier 10.5040/9781350055131
ISBN 9781350055094
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