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Who Feeds Us: Comparative Analysis of the Contemporary Food Policy of USA and Western European Countries

Student: Darya Biryulyaeva

Supervisor: Andrey N. Scherbak

Faculty: Saint-Petersburg School of Social Sciences and Area Studies

Educational Programme: Political Science (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2017

This paper is devoted to the analysis of modern food policy in the USA and Western European countries (UK and Germany). The analysis of the reasons of formation of modern food policies in the above-mentioned countries, conducted in the process of research, is based on two theoretical frames: modernization theory of Inglehart and Welzel and the transformists' theory of globalization. Further, we are to research into the reason of the similarities in the food policies of the countries in question. As a result, we have come to a conclusion about the primacy of self- expression on the personal level and of the society as a whole in the process of formation of food policy in the developed countries. Key-words: food policy in the developed countries, modernization, globalization

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