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Title Educational dimensions of school lunch : critical perspectives / Suzanne Rice, A.G. Rud, editors.

Published Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.
© 2018

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Physical description 1 online resource (xix, 212 pages) : charts
Series Springer Education eBooks 2018 English+International
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Introduction / Suzanne Rice and A.G. Rud -- 2. Alice Waters and the Edible Schoolyard: Rethinking School Lunch as Public Education / Susan Laird -- 3. Postmodern Dietetic: Reclaiming the body through the Practice of Alimentary Freedom / Matthew T. Lewis -- 4. Schooling Lunch: Health, Food, and the Pedagogicalization of the Lunch Box / Carolyn Pluim, Darren Powell, and Deana Leahy -- 5. "Eating Democracy": School Lunch and the Social Meaning of Eating in Critical Times / Paula M. Salvio -- 6. Food for a Common(s) Curriculum: Learning to Recognize and Resist Food Enclosures / John J. Lupinacci and Alison Happel-Parkins -- 7. Education Toward an Increasingly Integrated Outlook on Meat / Suzanne Rice -- 8. "Social Consequences: of School Lunch for Students Who Recieve Special Education Services: A Critical Outlook / Susan M. Bashinski and Kipton D. Smilie -- 9. School Lunch and Student Food Insecurity: A Teacher's Observations and Reflections / Sarah Riggs Stapleton and Person Cole -- 10. School Lunch Curriculum / A.G. Rud and Shannon Gleason -- 11. We Are How We Eat: An Argument for the Social Value of Slow School Lunch / Jennifer C. Ng -- Index.
Summary School lunch is often regarded as a necessary but inconvenient distraction from the real work of education. Lunch, in this view, is about providing students the nourishment they need in order to attend to academic content and the tests that assess whether content has been learned. In contrast, the central purpose of this collection is to examine school lunch as an educational phenomenon in its own right. Contributing authors--drawing from a variety of disciplinary traditions, including philosophy, sociology, and anthropology--examine school lunch policies and practices, social and cultural aspects of food and eating, and the relation among school food, the environment, and human and non-human animal well-being. The volume also addresses how school lunch might be more widely conceptualized and practiced as an educational undertaking--back cover.
Other author Rice, Suzanne, editor.
Rud, A. G., editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject School children -- Food -- United States.
School children -- Nutrition -- United States.
National school lunch program.
Nutrition policy -- United States.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319725178 (electronic bk.)
3319725173 (electronic bk.)
9783319725161 (print)
3319725165 (print)