• Simon Schultz Kristensen
  • Tina Jensen
  • Regitze Hamborg Sørensen
4. term, Learning and Innovative Change, Master (Master Programme)
A practice theoretical study on food shopping approached from an epistemological branch of social constructivism. The departure point for of the study is centered around a question asking if urgent climate problems is affecting ordinary danish citizens everyday practices. The empirical data in the study consist of six interviews of a heterogeneous group. The informants were interviewed while doing their food shopping practice in a supermarket. Both the methodological and theoretical approach is both inspired by Pierre Bourdieu. Bourdieus concepts of habitus, field, doxa and capital is used to analyze the empirical data. The conclusion of the study statets that question of climate change in relation to food shopping has a certain impact on the informants practice. Besides this the study shows that organic provision is a considered a valuable cultural capital, since their in between the informants is a doxa, which overall classifies organic as better than other foods.
Publication date3 Jun 2019
Number of pages112
ID: 304665013