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De quoi parlent les grands chefs ? Analyse de la programmation d’événements professionnels gastronomiques

Abstract : Food festivals for top chefs have multiplied around the world since the 1990s. They provide a forum for chefs to address their peers and the general public through the media. A study of the programming of three of the most important European festivals (San Sebastian Gastronomika, Omnivore, MAD Symposium) during the 2010s highlights the heterogeneity of ways of talking about haute cuisine and the concerns of chefs. Each festival is characterised by its own angle, but a convergence is emerging towards the consideration of sustainability and, to a lesser extent, social responsibility of chefs.
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Sidonie Naulin. De quoi parlent les grands chefs ? Analyse de la programmation d’événements professionnels gastronomiques. Communication & langages, Nec Plus, 2020, pp.67-83. ⟨halshs-03028923⟩

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