By Kevin M. Fitzpatrick, Don Willis
This publication offers an excellent number of interdisciplinary and foreign essays reading the food-place dating. It explores such issues because the background of nutrition and agriculture, the globalization and localization of meals, and the position of position in defining the wider societal results of this ever-changing phenomena.
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The geographical extension of a place depends upon its homogeneity, its common history, its shared ethical and aesthetic values, and its selfimage as a unity. Agricultural Practices: Beyond the Limits of Production-Consumption Traditionally, agriculture has been considered an important sector of the national economy or even as an industry focused on the production of certain goods. As in other industries, agriculture has been studied from the production of goods (the first stage) until the consumption of these goods (the final stage).
But the secondary areas also offered new characteristics in tools, pottery, or domestic species. Agriculture of Near Eastern origin, which spread to the Far East in particular, then came into contact with agriculture of East Asian origin. The latter spread to Southeast Asia, where it merged with the New Guinea variety of agriculture, and to South Asia (India), where it came into contact with the Near Eastern form of agriculture. Agriculture of Central American origin merged with agriculture of Andean origin by expanding southward, and with agriculture of North American origin by expanding northward.
They then developed aquatic rice culture in flat-bottomed paddies surrounded by low dykes, where the rainwater filled the paddies and the excess was drawn off by breaches in the dykes. Neolithic farmers in the humid zones of West Africa (the valleys of the Niger, Senegal, Gambia, Casamance, and the Guinea coast) also cultivated various forms of aquatic rice, following the domestication of Oryza glaberrima, an African species of rice, in the inner Niger delta and perhaps also in the region of Lake Chad, some 3,500 years ago (Grigg, 1977).
A Place-Based Perspective of Food in Society by Kevin M. Fitzpatrick, Don Willis