Since food landscape is a cross-disciplinary area of study, it provides a great deal of potential for research and development. But the discussion on its spatiality is merely uncommon, although food landscape itself has a strong spatial context—every food landscape in a particular geographical context is unique and may differ from the other. Spatiality is created by the system and eventually shaped the system. This study discusses an inclusive concept about food landscape and its relationship with spatiality by exposing several spaces that need to be generated and protected in order to accomplish sustainable food landscape. Those spaces are social spaces and ecological spaces, which may not only be perceived as something physical. With this thorough understanding, this study also concluded that respatialization and resocialization are needed to reduce the gap between each space and food activities—which is the main problem of our modern food system. Some previous studies were refined and combined to develop a more comprehensive understanding of food landscape and its vital components, especially the spatial context. This literature review could help communities to analyze spatial context (social and ecological space) in their food landscapes as the fundamental approach to formulate sustainable development strategies.
|Title of host publication||Urban Development and Lifestyle|
|Publisher||Nova Science Publishers, Inc.|
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2020|
- Food landscape
- Spatial context