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Should Junk Food Be A Human Right
Pacific Standard: The Science of Society (2014)
  • Kima Cargill, University of Washington - Tacoma Campus
Abstract
Those in poverty should not have to eat undesirable food any more than they should have to live in crime-ridden neighborhoods or near toxic waste plants, but we should also question the ways in which social policies meant to help the poor just end up securing the right to consumerism and consequently undermine psychological and physical health.
Publication Date
October 9, 2014
Citation Information
Kima Cargill. "Should Junk Food Be A Human Right" Pacific Standard: The Science of Society (2014)
Available at: http://0-works.bepress.com.library.simmons.edu/kima_cargill/9/