Publisher: Journal of Planning Education and Research
Author(s): Caton Campbell, Marcia
Document Type: Peer-reviewed article
Format: Electronic, Print
Free of cost: No
This article analyzes the various tensions and complementarities of the global industrialized food system and the alternative food system from the perspectives of the stakeholders involved. The author illustrates how food systems planning practitioners and academics can bridge tensions and develop a common discourse using tools like stakeholder analysis, community food assessment, and alternative dispute resolution.
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