Critique de livre, Nourrir la machine humaine. Nutrition et alimentation au Québec, 1860-1945
Il est toujours fascinant de prendre connaissance des contextes d’émergence des discours qui cherchent à transformer les normes et les pratiques sociales, ainsi que des véhicules utilisés pour en assurer la diffusion et tenter d’obtenir l’adhésion des publics concernés. Dans cet ouvrage, Caroline Durand relève les manières dont les injonctions des experts en alimentation ont graduellement pénétré les foyers québécois francophones, en ville comme dans les campagnes.
It is always fascinating to learn about the emergence of discourses that seek to transform social norms and practices within specific contexts, as well as the vehicles used to disseminate such discourses and to garner support from the intended audience. In this book, Caroline Durand notes the ways in which food experts’ directives have gradually penetrated French-speaking Quebec homes, in both cities and rural areas.
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