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L’école au défi de l’espace alimentaire halal

Abstract : “If we do not eat together, will we still live together ?” asked the sociologist C. Fischler echoing a widely shared concern. We surveyed college students of the Bordeaux suburbs to try to measure this trend in food separatism whose the canteens’ desertion would be one significant proof. From a distinction between relative and absolute food avoidances, we conclude that the commitment to the “normative space” halal signals the advent of another model of commensality which has the full support of the halal market business, as well as the one of fundamentist islamic trends, who are growing on the population segmentations.
Mots-clés : alimentation école halal
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Florence Bergeaud-Blackler. L’école au défi de l’espace alimentaire halal. Histoire, monde et cultures religieuses, Karthala, 2014, 32 (4), pp.1-0. ⟨10.3917/hmc.032.0103⟩. ⟨hal-01158717⟩



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