Disentangling the domestic contract - An account of how people deal with the keeping and killing of animals for food, with case studies in Dutch and Turkish contexts

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Abstract

Following a theoretical account of decision making and framing in interaction, the preliminary results of a large case study in the Netherlands and Turkey are presented, focusing on gaining insight into the social acceptability aspect of sustainable animal production. Based on qualitative analysis of 50 in-depth conversations with consumers, differences and similarities in contextual framing of human-animal relations connected to keeping, killing and eating animals were distinguished, conveying several patterns in usage of ways of reasoning and cognitions connected to typical inner objectives. Follow-up research aims to use the findings to further disentangle the citizen-consumer issue and develop policy-relevant tools for (self)assessment, dialogue facilitation and strategic intervention.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventESEE 2011 Congress, Istanbul, Turkey -
Duration: 14 Jul 201117 Jul 2011

Conference

ConferenceESEE 2011 Congress, Istanbul, Turkey
Period14/07/1117/07/11

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