This chapter introduces different explanations for high rates of growing and sharing food outside the market system in the Czech Republic based in social anthropological research. The authors have extended that work with their own qualitative and quantitative research over a period of six years in the Czech Republic, and here present findings that confirm the contribution that food self-provisioning is making to both the social and ecological sustainability.
Chapter in monograph
Jehlička, Petr, Smith, J. 2012. „Sustainability and the "urban peasant": rethinking the cultural politics of food self-provisioning in the Czech Republic.“ Pp. 78-96 in Zahrádka, P., Sedláková, R. (eds.). New Perspectives on Consumer Culture Theory and Research. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 270 s. ISBN 978-1-4438-4157-3.