Stephan Pabst

Stephan Pabst
University of Innsbruck | UIBK · Soziologie

Master of Science

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Introduction
Exploring values-based modes of production and consumption in the corporate food regime

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Due to the current challenges of climate change, population growth in urban settlements and resource depletion, agri-food researchers have put an increasing emphasis on the sustainability transitions of food systems. In this regard, there has been an increasing interest in the local food supply of cities and their surrounding regions, as local food...

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Goal: We analyse values-based modes of production and consumption (VBMPC) in food and agri-culture to reveal their potential as small and mid-scale initiatives to change the current corpo-rate food regime. We address the restructuring of agricultural value chains in their political-economic, social-ecological and spatial-scalar dimension. Our aim is to examine how new relations between producers, processors, traders and consumers emerge and how VBMPC in different countries under different institutional frameworks can be up-scaled.
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We analyse values-based modes of production and consumption (VBMPC) in food and agri-culture to reveal their potential as small and mid-scale initiatives to change the current corpo-rate food regime. We address the restructuring of agricultural value chains in their political-economic, social-ecological and spatial-scalar dimension. Our aim is to examine how new relations between producers, processors, traders and consumers emerge and how VBMPC in different countries under different institutional frameworks can be up-scaled.
Archived project
Using the example of Bad Radkersburg and the surrounding area, the project examines how village structures (architectural, social) of a small town can be preserved, and how these structure can serve as an attractive centre of one's life.