In scholarly discourse, you should be mindful of the precise vocabulary that is used to discuss topics related to food, nutrition and food production.
Here are some terms to consider.
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From: Nutefall, J. E., & Nutefall, J. (Eds.). (2016). Service learning, information literacy, and libraries. p. 57. Retrieved from http://ebookcentral.proquest.com.proxy.lib.wayne.edu
Who makes up this community?
Does this community create and disseminate information?
Is there a purpose for that information?
What information does this community need?
What is public discourse about this community? Where is it published or made available? Is there power or privilege behind this public discourse?
Are you encountering dogma, prejudice or preconceived opinions presented as fact?
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