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Table 1

Sample equality domain statements from SFSE Programs in the U.S. and Canada. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.428.t1

Equality Concepts & Discourses EmployedSample Program DescriptionSample PLOSample Course Description

 
  • Food (in)security

  • Cultural

  • Political

  • Social

  • Economic

  • Environmental

  • Diverse

  • Livelihood

  • Urban/Rural

  • Multicultural

  • Inclusive

  • Civic Engagement

  • Civic Responsibility

 
The sustainable food systems program focuses on sustainable food production, food preparation and processing, distribution, nutrition, and community food security in order for students to better understand how food systems influence health. Foster commitment to ethical behavior and appreciation for diversity, global cultures, traditions and perspectives. Social and cultural, economic, policy, and environmental factors in the community influencing nutritional status, and public health, techniques to assess community nutritional needs, and methodology for designing, implementing, and evaluating community nutrition programs, practices, and policies. Major service-learning project completed for a public or private agency. 
 Sustainable food systems integrate these elements in such a way as to create an environmentally, economically, socially, and nutritionally healthy system that serves the needs of human and non-human communities for this and future generations. Students will develop an awareness of the meanings of food among different cultures, and explore the ways in which geographic, cultural, political, and economic forces interact to influence food preferences, health, and nutritional status.  
Equality Concepts & Discourses EmployedSample Program DescriptionSample PLOSample Course Description

 
  • Food (in)security

  • Cultural

  • Political

  • Social

  • Economic

  • Environmental

  • Diverse

  • Livelihood

  • Urban/Rural

  • Multicultural

  • Inclusive

  • Civic Engagement

  • Civic Responsibility

 
The sustainable food systems program focuses on sustainable food production, food preparation and processing, distribution, nutrition, and community food security in order for students to better understand how food systems influence health. Foster commitment to ethical behavior and appreciation for diversity, global cultures, traditions and perspectives. Social and cultural, economic, policy, and environmental factors in the community influencing nutritional status, and public health, techniques to assess community nutritional needs, and methodology for designing, implementing, and evaluating community nutrition programs, practices, and policies. Major service-learning project completed for a public or private agency. 
 Sustainable food systems integrate these elements in such a way as to create an environmentally, economically, socially, and nutritionally healthy system that serves the needs of human and non-human communities for this and future generations. Students will develop an awareness of the meanings of food among different cultures, and explore the ways in which geographic, cultural, political, and economic forces interact to influence food preferences, health, and nutritional status.  
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