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Lecture 18 - The Politics of Food II: The Issues, the Fights and Who Controls the Frame

Lecture 18 - The Politics of Food II: The Issues, the Fights and Who Controls the Frame

This video was recorded at YALE PSYC 123 The Psychology, Biology and Politics of Food with Professor Kelly D. Brownell. Professor Brownell discusses the specifics of government and its role in people's food choices. He explores whether and how government should play a role in people's food choices. Professor Brownell highlights the American mindset which couples freedom with issues of personal responsibilities, explores how the framing of the issue influences policy, and proposes a more nuanced view. He then reviews what the current government does on the nutrition program front. He then reviews the three conditions under which business self-regulates, and suggests taxation as a potential government intervention, and a tobacco tax precedent. Reading assignment: Berman, Richard. "Should... Show More
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