FROM ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE CRISIS TO THE “ONE HEALTH APPROACH”: A COMMON INTERNATIONAL RESOLUTION IN RESPONSE TO THE FOOD RISKS GLOBALIZATION (A CROSS-COUNTRIES COMPARISON OF INSTITUTIONAL AND POLITICAL DISCOURSES - FRANCE AND UNITED STATES)
Published: 6 Jun 2016
Abstract: Result of a PhD research in progress, regarding the evolution of food risks representations, this article focuses on the way through which new concepts emerge as resolutions on the latest international food and health crisis. The research is based on a discourse analysis approach, through the international health organisations and political discourses. The concept on which this paper focuses on is represented by the “One Health approach” as an international resolution in order to reduce and control the impact of the antibiotic resistance emerging crisis and its consequences on the food risks representations.
Keywords: one health, antibiotic resistance, food risks, institutional and political discourse
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