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    Dirty vegetables: connecting consumers to the growing of their food

    Holloway, L. and Venn, L and Cox, Rosie and Kneafsey, M. and Dowler, E. and Tuomainen, H. (2007) Dirty vegetables: connecting consumers to the growing of their food. In: Campkin, B. and Cox, Rosie (eds.) Dirt: New Geographies of Cleanliness and Contamination. London, UK: I.B. Tauris, pp. 178-188. ISBN 9781780764177.

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    Abstract

    Dirt - and our rituals to eradicate it - is as much a part of our everyday lives as eating, breathing and sleeping. Yet this very fact means that we seldom stop to question what we mean by dirt. What do our attitudes to dirt and cleanliness tell us about ourselves and the societies we live in? Exploring a wide variety of settings - domestic, urban, suburban and rural - the contributors expose how our ideas about dirt are intimately bound up with issues of race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality and the body. The result is a a rich and challenging work that extends our understanding of historical and contemporary cultural manifestations of dirt and cleanliness.

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