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中国と日本におけるリスクと食品安全性

Risk and Food Safety in China and Japan : Theoretical Perspectives and Empirical Insights

(Routledge Studies in Food, Society and the Environment)

Augustin-jean, Louis (EDT)   Poulain, Jean-pierre (EDT)

Routledge 2018/09
210 p. illustrations ; 25 cm.   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138897656
KCN: 1028733349
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納期について
DDC: 363.19260951
KDC: C60 環境学
D224 個別政策領域
E140 農林水産業
G362 衛生管理・マーケティング
関連書リスト: SB2935H 洋書に見る「日本」No. 24 (2017/2018冬号)
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Annotation

With case studies from China and Japan in light of recent crises such as the milk powder scandal in China and food safety following the Fukushima nuclear accident and tsunami in Japan.

Full Description

Around the world, food has probably never been as safe as it is today. However, periodic crises have aroused consumer anxiety and contributed to a general lack of confidence in the agro-industrial system. The diverse nature of these crises increases governments' and industry difficulties in predicting and tackling them. This book addresses the relations between risk and food theoretically and empirically through case studies from Japan and China. Part I of the book examines the interaction between theoretical aspects and decision-making. The book theorizes the links between food and risk and analyses the decision-making process in light of risks and governance. The relationship between food risks, governance systems and economic decisions is assessed to explore ideas such as the "pact of nutrition" and the theory of weak signals. Part II examines case studies from China and Japan in the aftermaths of recent crises such as the milk powder scandal in China and food safety following the Fukushima nuclear accident and tsunami in Japan. This book will be an important resource for scholars, academics and policy-makers in the fields of sociology, economics, food studies, Chinese studies and Japanese studies and theories of risks and safety.

Table of Contents

List of Figures List of Tables List of Abbreviations Notes on Contributors Introduction Part 1 Theoretical and Regulatory Framework Chapter 1 Beyond Weak Signals Listening Theory: From Risk Analysis to the Management of Alimentary Concerns Jean-Pierre Poulain Chapter 2 Food Safety and Consumer Rationality: Is a "Food Pact" Possible? Florent Champy Chapter 3 Contemporary Food Crises: When Industrial Failure Meets State Impotence Vincent Simoulin Part 2 Perspectives from Japan and China Chapter 4 Revisiting Frank Knight: Risks and Uncertainties in the Context of Food Safety in Japan after the Fukushima Nuclear Accident Louis Augustin-Jean Chapter 5 Essential Elements for Interactive Risk Communication in the Food-Related Emergencies: A Model and Experiments on the Health Effects of Radioactive Substances Yoko Niiyama Chapter 6 The Private-Public Complementary Relationship for Managing Catastrophic Risk in Egg Production and Marketing in Japan Michitoshi Yamaguchi Chapter 7 The Rise of a Risk-Based Approach to Implementing Food Safety Law in China Yongkang An Chapter 8 A Study on Peasant Behaviour and Peasant Niche in Contemporary China's Agri-food Supply System: Evidence from Henan Province Jinghan Ke and Shuji Hisano Chapter 9 Food Risks? What Food Risks? - Gaps between Perception and Practice in Chinese Food Consumption David Kurt Herold Conclusion Index