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Resetting the Kitchen Table: Food Security, Culture, Health and Resilience in Coastal Communities
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Editors: Christopher C. Parrish, Nancy J. Turner, and Shirley M. Solberg (Memorial Univ. of Newfoundland)
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This book examines the history of health, diet, and nutrition with a particular focus on the issue of decreasing food security in places where once-stable food webs have suffered radical shock, as have the cultures of human communities, which have always been interdependent with now-endangered food sources. This volume came into being as one output from a large, federally funded collaborative research program involving over 80 researchers and students from both Atlantic and Pacific Coasts of Canada: ‘Coasts under Stress’. Two meetings of contributors were called specifically to work on this writing project. All writers were present at both meetings and all writers saw and critiqued early drafts of all chapters.



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Table of Contents:
Preface;

Chapter 1 - Introduction—Food Security in Coastal Communities in the Context of Restructuring: Coasts Under Stress; pp. 1-12
(Nancy J. Turner et al., University of Victoria).

Chapter 2 - A Perspective on Newfoundland’s Fisheries Ecosystem Using Size-Based Food-Web Relationships; pp. 13-32
(María de las Nieves Martínez Murillo and Richard L. Haedrich, Memorial University).

Chapter 3 - Aquaculture and Nearshore Marine Food Webs: Implications for Seafood Quality and the Environment North of 50; pp. 33-49 (Christopher C. Parrish, Memorial University of Newfoundland).

Chapter 4 - Life in the Fast Food Chain: Ou Sont les Poissons d’Antan?; pp. 51-74
(Nigel Haggan, The University of British Columbia).

Chapter 5 - “Salmon Sovereignty” and the Dilemma of Intensive Atlantic Salmon Aquaculture Development in British Columbia;
pp. 75-86
(John P. Volpe, University of Victoria).

Chapter 6 - New foods, lost foods: local knowledge about changing resources in coastal Labrador; pp. 87-98
(John C. Kennedy, Memorial University of Newfoundland).

Chapter 7 - Hunting for Security: Changes in the Exploitation of Marine Birds in Newfoundland and Labrador; pp. 99-113
(W. A. Montevecchi et al., Memorial University of Newfoundland).

Chapter 8 - Food Security and the Informal Economy; pp. 115-127 (Rosemary E. Ommer et al., University of Victoria).

Chapter 9 - Food Security, Learning, and Culture: Bridging the Responsibility Gap in Public Schools; pp. 129-144
(Carol E. Harris and Colleen Shepherd, University of Victoria.).

Chapter 10 - Celebrating and Connecting with Food; pp. 145-159
(Susan Tirone et al., Dalhousie University).

Chapter 11 - Changing Patterns of Household Food Consumption in Rural Communities of Atlantic Canada; pp. 161-175
(Shirley M. Solberg et al., Memorial University of Newfoundland).

Chapter 12 - Historical Perspectives on Nutrition and Food Security in Newfoundland and Labrador; pp. 177-190
(Linda Kealey, University of New Brunswick).

Chapter 13 - Conclusions: What Food Security in Coastal Communities Really Means; pp. 191-198
(Christopher C. Parrish, Nancy J.Turner, Rosemary E. Ommer and Shirley M. Solberg)

References
Glossary
Appendix
Index

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2007
   ISBN: 978-1-60021-236-9
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