Munch, crunch, it’s whale for lunch: Exploring the politics of japanese consumption of whales, whaling, and whale watching
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- Animals, Food, and Tourism, 2018, pp. 157 - 170
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© 2018 selection and editorial matter, Carol Kline; individual chapters, the contributors. Now, because of severe heat waves, deplenishing water tables, crops such as maize and sugar beet being diverted from human consumption to produce fuel, plus a growing and in places more carnivorous population, food is once again at the top of the political agenda and source of conflict.
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