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According to Fischler, food disting uishes itself from other typolog ies of consumpt ion because, once incorporated into the organism, it becomes part of the self (Fischler, 1980: 948). Fischler (1980) ident ifies the increasing influence of the global market on social life and the tendency to consume standa rdized and anonymous food as distinctive traits of modern society. He coins the concept of “gastro-a nomia” to describe the consumers’ alimenta ry anxiety as an oppressive condit ion resulting from their lack of awareness of the contents of their food.
Since she joined the Institut Paul Bocuse in September 2009, she has been taking part in the development of research activities and methodolog ies, the coordinat ion of projects and the academic activities of the Institut Paul Bocuse. She also teaches courses on experimental economics, and food consumer research in various universities, engineering and business schools in France. Her main area of research is behav ioural economics, with a focus on the study of consumer decisions, behav iours and economic preferences related to food in out-of-home contexts.
Conclusion The model proposed by the ecovillages, as an alternative to the contemporary economic system of growth, is based on a lifestyle inspired by an ethic of sobriety and frugality. This lifestyle arises from the will of quest ioning ourselves about the nature of human needs in order to reduce, or at least reconsider them, given the fragility of our ecosystem and the needs of our planet. These life choices are characterized by a strong eco-pragmatism, which aims to restore a relat ionship of closeness with the earth, starting from the self-product ion of food and then recreating a relat ionship of solidarity and trust at all levels of existence: alimentat ion, housing, society, interpersonal relat ionships, and the achievement of a complete self-sufficiency.
A barrier function method for minimax problems by E Polak