Alimentação e mídia: uma revisão teórica sob a luz da teoria da midiatização

Nicolás Llano Linares

Resumo


Este artigo visa articular um panorama sobre pesquisas  recentes desenvolvidas no campo da comunicação e dos estudos midiáticos que tem as culturas alimentares como principal objeto de pesquisa. A partir de uma discussão inicial sobre o papel da alimentação como objeto de estudo nos campos supramencionados, apresentamos uma leitura crítica da literatura acadêmica que explora as transformações nas culturas alimentares promovidas pelo chamado processo de midiatização da cultura e sociedade, a partir de três blocos temáticos que dialogam entre si: mediação do conhecimento culinário; consumo alimentar midiatizado, e distinção social e capitais midiáticos.

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Cultura Alimentar; Midiatização; Práticas Midiáticas; Mídia alimentar

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22409/contracampo.v38i3.28219

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