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Halal : d'une norme communautaire à une norme institutionnelle

Abstract : Halal food sold today in France cannot be reduced to being religious products attached to the aesthetics and the representations of previous generations, dependant on technologies and international trends . We propose that the institutionalization of the halal food standard could be an alternative to its communautarization . This implies a clearer division of responsibilities between religious institutions and producers all along the chain of food production, and by "the institutionalization of distrust" by which the consumers can act on and participate in the control of the production process.
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Florence Bergeaud-Blackler. Halal : d'une norme communautaire à une norme institutionnelle. Journal des anthropologues, Association française des anthropologues, 2006, pp.77-103. ⟨halshs-00084623⟩



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