Feeding a Crowd


This reading was quite interesting because it went in great detail and information on the whole Tyson foods operation and how they handle business. I liked the term he brought up “transnationalism”, which is a need to see culture not just in terms of cultural differences, but in terms if class formation. I believe we live in a society where we see culture as a cultural difference than as a form of class formation or the mixing of the two. I think that we in society is so quick to classify and point out cultural differences that we don’t stop and take a look at what else might be the issue or problem besides ones cultural values and differences from one another. Learning more about someone’s class and social formation will help you inquire a better understanding of their cultural differences and traditions.

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