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2016, ISBN 0816698112, xiv, 294
"If capitalism is such an efficient system, why does 40 percent of all U.S. food production go to waste--while one in six people in the nation face hunger?... 
Food waste | Dumpster diving | United States | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Ideologies / General | Salvage (Waste, etc.) | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Anthropology / Cultural | Anthropology | Political Science | Business | Political Ideologies | SOCIAL SCIENCE | POLITICAL SCIENCE | Cultural
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Leonardo Music Journal, ISSN 0961-1215, 1/2014, Volume 24, Issue 24, pp. 69 - 70
The author presents an overview of his work, revealing how the socioeconomic position of the electroacoustic composer may necessitate dumpster diving as a... 
Artists' Statements | Articles and Notes | Wilson, Daniel | Dumpster diving | Songs and music | Criticism and interpretation | Refuse and refuse disposal | Electronic music | History and criticism | Technology application | Sound recordings | Usage | Technological innovations | Analysis
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2014, Primera edición., Colección Etnografías de los sectores populares, ISBN 9871444338, 255
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2016, ISBN 0816698112
"If capitalism is such an efficient system, why does 40 percent of all U.S. food production go to waste--while one in six people in the nation face hunger?... 
Food waste | Dumpster diving | Salvage (Waste, etc.)
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AntropoWebzin, 06/2017, Volume 13, Issue 1-2, pp. 31 - 37
The aim of this paper is to reflect on the ethical dilemma of researchers who encounter illegal activity during their research, or of researchers who are... 
law | dumpster diving | illegality | ethics | food waste
Journal Article
EchoGéo, 04/2019
La pratique de la récupération alimentaire en milieu urbain (ou « freeganisme ») est l’occasion d’interactions et d’échanges avec les passants, les... 
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Human Affairs, ISSN 1210-3055, 01/2020, Volume 30, Issue 1, pp. 96 - 108
The growing consumerism has its opponents. Among these are environmental activists within the freegan subculture. The goal of the study is to describe how... 
non-consumerism | subcultures | freegans | dumpster diving | environmental activism | Qualitative research | Consumerism | Activism | Classification | General public | Social change | Subcultures
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Sociological Perspectives, ISSN 0731-1214, 4/2017, Volume 60, Issue 2, pp. 416 - 430
Scholarly work has discussed the ways in which stigmatized groups may resist their stigma, along with various resources at their disposal that facilitate such... 
group dynamics | social movements | stigma | dumpster diving | organization | MOVEMENT | RESISTANCE | SOCIOLOGY | Stigma | Work organization | Social movements | Attitudes | Management | Stigmatization | Resistance | Groups | Social organization | Comparative analysis | Divers | Social conditions | Group identity
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European Journal of Marketing, ISSN 0309-0566, 11/2011, Volume 45, Issue 11/12, pp. 1779 - 1788
Purpose - This paper aims to examine how dumpster divers' practices and tension-resolution strategies facilitate their construction of resistant-consumer... 
Anti-consumption | Dumpster diving | Motivation (psychology) | Identity | Consumer behaviour | Consumer resistance | BUSINESS | Consumer behavior | Motivation (Psychology) | Management | Junk removal services | Analysis | Consumer preferences | Research | Society | Community | Ideology | Acquisitions & mergers | Food
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American Studies, ISSN 0026-3079, 2018, Volume 57, Issue 1, pp. 29 - 56
[...]divers' socioeconomic circumstances vary, and even some with cultural capital and economic privilege discuss social and legal taboo at the margins of a... 
Food waste | Dumpster diving | Control | Research | Food wastes | Social economics | Privacy | Oral history | Anxieties | Food security | Television programs | Subjectivity | Agriculture | Capitalism
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Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology, ISSN 1992-8645, 02/2011, Volume 24, Issue 2, pp. 79 - 85
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Journal of Business Research, ISSN 0148-2963, 09/2014, Volume 67, Issue 9, pp. 1877 - 1884
Freegans are anti-consumers who sustain themselves through dumpster diving and the consumption of disposed goods. Mainstream consumers consider Freeganism... 
Anti-consumption | Freegans | Dumpster diving | Stigma | Sustainability | IDENTITY WORK | DISCOURSES | RACE | CONSUMER | BUSINESS | CULTURE
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Agriculture and Human Values, ISSN 0889-048X, 06/2005, Volume 22, Issue 2, pp. 187 - 202
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The North American Review, ISSN 0029-2397, 5/2001, Volume 286, Issue 3/4, pp. 34 - 39
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EchoGéo, ISSN 1963-1197, 04/2019, Volume 47
Urban foraging and dumpster-diving (also known as « freeganism ») in the streets are practices that create various interactions and exchanges with people... 
waste | trades | freegan | dumpster-diving | street
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2015, ISBN 9780128041727
Chapter 10 covers the area of physical and environmental security management. And more importantly, the role in physical security played by the information... 
Dumpster diving
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