AccueilScientific challenges in social feeding studies: conflicts over healthy diet

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Publié le lundi 28 mai 2018 par Céline Guilleux

Résumé

The Third Spanish Conference on the Sociology of Food will take place in Gijón (Asturias) on the 27 and 28 September 2018. The event is part of the activities of the Research Committees (CI) of the Spanish Federation of Sociology (FES), which includes the Sociology of Food Research Committee. This group brings together researchers into food and eating at the intersection of health, culture, consumption, policy, and agricultural systems.

Annonce

Programme

Thursday, 27th September

9:00h-9:30h. Opening ceremony

  • Santiago García Granda (Chancellor of the University of Oviedo) Representative (Spanish Federation of Sociology)
  • Guadalupe Ramos Truchero (Chairman of the Research Committee of Sociology of Food and Eating in the Spanish Federation of Sociology, University of Valladolid)
  • Cecilia Díaz-Méndez (Director of the Sociology of Food research group University of Oviedo )
  • Levi Pérez Carcedo (Dean of “Jovellanos” School)

9:30h-10:45h. Opening Conference: “El Malestar en la Alimentación Contemporánea: de la Protesta a la Ciudadanía Alimentaria” (“Discomfort in contemporary food, From Protest to Food Citizenship”)  Cristóbal Gómez Benito (Sociologist. National University of Distance Education)

Presented and moderated by: Cecilia Díaz-Méndez (Sociologist. University of Oviedo)

10:45h-11:00h. Coffee break

11:00h-13:00h.Working Groups

  • WG 1: Food Consumption, poverty and health
  • WG 2: Agri-food system, rural issues, urban agriculture, new forms of production and marketing
  • WG 3: Eating habits, food and health perceptions and meanings
  • WG 4: Food and nutrition (in)security: food policies, health policies and governance
  • WG 5: Healthy Lifestyles and modernity: health, food and sports
  • WG 6: Obesity, health and diet: medical, social and sociological aspects
  • 13:00h-14:00h. Plenary I: "Social Inequalities and Food Consumption"

Speakers:

  • Rosa Urbanos Garrido (Economist. Complutense University of Madrid) “Efectos del estatus socioeconómico sobre la obesidad: un análisis de la población adulta española”( Effects of socioeconomic status on obesity: analysis of the Spanish adult population)
  • Mabel Gracia Arnaiz (Antropologist. Rovira i Virgili University) “Itinerarios alimentarios en contextos de creciente precarización” (Food itineraries in contexts of growing precariousness)

Presented and moderated by:  Mario Margolles (Epidemiologist. Council of Health Principality of Asturias)

14:00h-16:30h Lunch Break 16:30h-18:30h. Working Groups

WG 1: Food Consumption, poverty and health WG 2: Agri-food system, rural issues, urban agriculture, new forms of production and marketing WG 3: Eating habits, food and health perceptions and meanings WG 4: Food and nutrition (in)security: food policies, health policies and governance WG 5: Healthy Lifestyles and modernity: health, food and sports WG 6: Obesity, health and diet: medical, social and sociological aspects

18:30h-19:00h. Break

19:00h-20:00h. Plenary 2: "Health and Environmental Risks in the Field of Food"

Speakers:

  • Javier Aranceta Bartrina (Doctor/Nutritionist. Spanish Society on Community Nutrition) “Alimentación, salud y sostenibilidad: guías para una alimentación responsable” ("Food, health and sustainability: guidelines for a responsible diet")
  • Adonina Tardón (Epidemiologist. University of Oviedo) “Compuestos orgánicos persistentes y salud. El caso concreto de la industria alimentaria” ("Persistent organic compounds and health. The specific case of the food industry ")

Presented and moderated by:  Venancio Martínez (Pediatrician Health Service of the Principality of Asturias.)

Friday, 28th september

9:00h-10:00h. Plenary 3: "New and old values in food consumption"

Speakers:

  • José Ramón Mauleón (Sociologist. Basque Country University)"Razones de consumo de los alimentos ecológicos" (" Reasons for the consumption of organic foods ")
  • Isabel García Espejo (Sociologist. University of Oviedo)“Relaciones sociales y alimentación. El caso de España” ("Social relations and food. The case of Spain "

Presented and moderated by:  Laura Cabiedes (University of Oviedo)

10:00h-10:15h. Coffee break

10:15h-12:15h. Working Groups

  • WG 1: Food Consumption, poverty and health
  • WG 2: Agri-food system, rural issues, urban agriculture, new forms of production and marketing
  • WG 3: Eating habits, food and health perceptions and meanings
  • WG 4: Food and nutrition (in)security: food policies, health policies and governance
  • WG 5: Healthy Lifestyles and modernity: health, food and sports
  • WG 6: Obesity, health and diet: medical, social and sociological aspects

12:15h-13:15h. Plenary 4: "Food Policy Consumption and Global Governance"

Speakers:

  • Cecilia Díaz-Méndez (Sociologist. University of Oviedo) “Conflictos entre los agentes del sistema agroalimentario: en busca de una dieta saludable para todos” Conflicts between the various parties involved in the agri-food sector”
  • María Amparo Novo Vázquez (Political scientist. University of Oviedo)“Consumo político alimentario: Ciudadanía, Activistas e Instituciones” ("Political food consumption: Citizens, Activists and Institutions")

Presented and moderated by:  Javier Callejo (Sociologist. National University of Distance Education)

13:15h-15:15h. Lunch Break 15:15h-16:15h. Meeting with Experts and Research Groups

  • Center for Food Policy, City University of London.UK.
  • Kelly Parsons CEDAR (Centre for Diet and Activity Research), University of Cambridge.UK.
  • Jean Adams SOCIALIMEN (Sociology of Food Research group) University of Oviedo. Spain.
  • Sandra Sánchez Sánchez ODELA (L’Observatori de l’Alimentació) Universidad de Barcelona, Spain.
  • Jesús Contreras SOLAL (Sociologie de l´alimentation, INRA-Centre Maurice Halbwachs).
  • Anne Lhuissier IFRO (Department of Food and Resource Economics). University of Copenhagen. Lotte Holm

Modera:  Hans Van den Broek (Sociólogist. University of Oviedo)

16:15h-16:30h.Break

16:30h-17:45h. Working Groups

  • WG 1: Food Consumption, poverty and health
  • WG 2: Agri-food system, rural issues, urban agriculture, new forms of production and marketing
  • WG 3: Eating habits, food and health perceptions and meanings
  • WG 4: Food and nutrition (in)security: food policies, health policies and governance
  • WG 5: Healthy Lifestyles and modernity: health, food and sports
  • WG 6: Obesity, health and diet: medical, social and sociological aspects

17:45-18:00h.Break

18:00h-19:30h. Closing conference : “ Changing tastes: the effects of eating out”  Alan Warde (Sociologist. University of Cambridge)

Modera y presenta:  Guadalupe Ramos Truchero (Sociologist. University of Valladolid)

19:30h-20:00h. Closing ceremony:

  • Guadalupe Ramos Truchero (Chairman of the Research Committee of Sociology of Food and Eating in the Spanish Federation of Sociology, University of Valladolid)
  • José Ramón Obeso Suárez (Vice-rector of Research University of Oviedo)
  • Isabel García Espejo (Director of the Sociology Departmen. University of Oviedo)
  • Representative of the city of Gijón Germán Hevia Martínez (President of the Asturian Sociological Association)

Wednesday 26th & Saturday 29th September (Training sessions)

WG7: Students Working Group

Wednesday 26th September

10:00h-13:00h

Coordinated by:

  • Sonia Otero Estévez. Department of Sociology, University of Oviedo
  • What does the Students Working Group consist of? This working group aims to promote the participation of students from different scientific fields in the Congress (Sociology, Anthropology, Medicine, Nursing, Marketing and Social Work).

The main objective is to involve them and facilitating their learning. This is achieved through the sharing of knowledge between colleagues and researchers of recognized prestige.

The WG seeks to encourage the participation of students in aspects related to food. In addition, other training activities will be carried out in order to offer useful tools for the completion of Final Degree Projects, Final Master's Dissertation or Doctoral Theses.

Training workshops

Introductory Workshop on ON MAXQUDA: Software for qualitative research1

  • Presentation of the course: Innovation in research techniques for social sciences Núria Hernández Nanclares (Economist. University of Oviedo)

Teaching Staff

  • Sandra Sánchez Sánchez. Department of Sociology, University of Oviedo
  • Sonia Otero Estévez. Department of Sociology, University of Oviedo

Timetables (Two workshops will be held *):

  • Wednesday, 26th September 2018 15:00 h-20:00h
  • Saturday, 29th September 2018 9:00h-14:00h

1 The course will be given in Spanish. English-speaking support could be provided if requested

* There will be two sessions if there are enough participants. Otherwise, a single session will be held. In this case we will contact the participants to inform them.

INTRODUCTORY WORKSHOP ON SPSS: Software for quantitative Analysis2

Teaching Staff

  • Aroa Tejero Pérez. Department of Sociology, University of Oviedo
  • Sigita Doblyte. Department of Sociology, University of Oviedo

Timetables (Two workshops will be held *):

  • Wednesday, 26th September 2018 15:00 h-20:00h
  • Saturday, 29th September 2018 9:00h-14:00h

Fees

35€ (Congress participants) 55€ (Non participants)

Places availables: 25/session*

Abstract Submission

  • Abstract text – limited to 300 words.
  • The type of letter to be used is Times New Roman 12.
  • The abstracts will include 5 key words.
  • Submit the abstract in either English, Portuguese or Spanish.
  • At least one author must be registered.
  • Only abstracts of authors who have paid their registration fees by will be scheduled and included.
  • Provisional Acceptance of abstract 16th June 2018.

You could send your contribution here: http://www.congreso-fes-socialimen-2018.com/en/envio-de-resumenes.php

Before 31th May

Scientific Committee

  • Javier Aranceta Bartrina Spanish Society on Community Nutrition
  • Philippe Cardon University of Lille
  • Jesús Contreras Department of Anthropology University of Barcelona
  • Mario Díaz Department of Chemistry. University of Oviedo
  • Leire Escajedo Department of Constitutional Law. University of País Vasco
  • Cornelia Flora Department of Sociology. Kansas Statte University.USA
  • Denise Gigante Department of Nutrition University of, Brazil
  • Mabel Gracia Arnaiz Department of Anthropology Rovira i Virgili University
  • Anne Lhuissier Department of Sociology.French National Institute for Agricultural Research, Paris, ALISS
  • Mario Margolles Epidemiologist, Principality of Asturias
  • Olga Martín Belloso Department ofFood Technology, University of Lleida
  • Venancio Martínez Suárez Pediatrician Health Service of the Principality of Asturias
  • José Ramón Mauleón Department of Sociology. university of País Vasco
  • Enrique Oltra Communitarian Infirmary Asociation
  • Sergio Shneider Department of Sociology. University of Rio Grande do Sud, Brazil
  • Adonina Tardón Department of Medicine. University of Oviedo

Lieux

  • Faculty of Commerce , Tourism, Social Sciences. Jovellanos School - Calle Luis Moya Blanco, 261
    Gijón, Espagne (33203)

Dates

  • jeudi 31 mai 2018

Mots-clés

  • alimentation

Contacts

  • Sandra Sánchez Sánchez
    courriel : gsociologiaali [at] uniovi [dot] es
  • Sonia Otero Estévez
    courriel : gsociologiaali [at] uniovi [dot] es

URLS de référence

Source de l'information

  • Anne Lhuissier
    courriel : anne [dot] lhuissier [at] inra [dot] fr

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