(IS)HRANA KAO SOCIOLOŠKI PROBLEM – STARA TEMA ILI NOVA DISCIPLINA?

  • Jovana Čikić
Кључне речи: hrana, sociološki pristup, osnovni koncepti, osnovni pristupi, metod

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Poslednjih nekoliko decenija jača sociološki interes za istraživanje prehrambenih sistema, režima i navika u ishrani. U svojim istraživanjima (is)hrane, sociologija se oslanja na druge naučne oblasti (poput istorije, antropologije, etnologije, agrotehnoloških nauka i agroekonomije, psihologije, nutricionistike, genetike), već etablirane sociološke discipline (sociologiju rada, kulture, porodice, sela), kao i na one koje izranjaju iz već postojećih posebnih sociologija (sociologija turizma, emocija). I pored značajnih pomaka u razvoju sociološkog saznanja o (is)hrani (teorijsko koncipiranje, različiti pristupi, metodološki aparat, institucionalizacija), i dalje se pitamo da li se: a) radi o novom predmetu sociološkog interesovanja i b) susrećemo sa posebnom sociologijom u nastanku ili je u pitanju tek jedna posebna istraživačka tema. Navedene dileme praćene su nizom dodatnih pitanja poput opravdanosti sociološkog pristupa u proučavanju (is)hrane, doprinosa sociologije analizi ovih problema, ali i doprinosa sociološkog proučavanja (is)hrane razvoju saznanja o drugim sociološkim problemima. Postavlja se pitanje da li i na koji način sociološka saznanja mogu da pomognu u kreiranju javnih politika u oblasti (is)hrane. Ovaj rad je pokušaj da se navedena pitanja i dileme dodatno osvetle. 

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