Routledge studies in food, society and environment.
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Introduction / Patta Scott-Villiers and Naomi Hossain A world in protest / Sara Burke Framing "food riots" : subsistence protests in international and national media, 2007-12 / Naomi Hossain, Devangana Kalita, Bonface Omondi, Lucio Posse, Vaibhav Raaj, Muhammad Ashikur Rahman, and Michael Sambo Food riots in Bangladesh? : garments worker protests and globalized subsistence crises / Ferdous Jahan and Naomi Hossain "We eat what we have, not what we want" : the policy effects of food riots and eating after the 2008 crisis in Cameroon / Lauren Sneyd Demanding accountability for hunger in India / Anuradha Joshi, Biraj Patnaik and Dipa Sinha The constitution lies to us! : food protests in Kenya 2008-2013 / Celestine Musembi and Patta Scott-Villiers Authoritarian responsiveness and the greve in Mozambique / Luis de Brito, Egidio Chaimite and Alex Shankland How "food riots" work, and what they mean for development / Naomi Hossain and Patta Scott-Villiers.