Information / Knowledge Building
Examples and processes related to the ways that people are gaining knowledge about food in its systemic context.
We all borrow food practices and values from other people. But what are the channels through which we do this? Under what conditions do some people become teachers, and others learners? Items that describe social patterns in these channels and conditions help to explain how “structures of information and knowledge” become a factor shaping the food system.
Education[resources currently marked with this tag were originally marked with the Scalar tag "Education" with the definition below]
This term can be used in a very broad sense to encompass all forms of passing on knowledge, including but not limited to primary, secondary, and post-secondary education; community classes; continuing professional education; public service announcements; labeling; experiential learning; purposeful tourism; etc.
Related terms: consumer education, tourism, agritourism
Within the tag family "The Food System."
U of M Research & Outreach Stations (metadata), County of Olmsted (metadata), Quality of Life & a Sense of Place in SE MN (metadata), Minnesota Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (metadata), Minnesota Department of Health (metadata), Minnesota Farm Bureau (metadata), Farmstay Manual (metadata), Organic Field School (metadata), Students' Co-op Cookbook (metadata), Promoting Modern Agriculture (metadata), Minnesota Department of Agriculture (metadata), Farm to School Toolkit for Foodservice (metadata), Farmstay Manual (PDF), Quality of Life and a Sense of Place in Southeast Minnesota (PDF) View all tags
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