Emma E. Korowotny '18, Gettysburg College
Student Research Paper
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Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
This project analyzes food access issues in Adams County, specifically within the setting of South Central Community Action Programs and the Gleaning Project through the collection of individual testimonies. Budget, time, transportation, health, and household composition emerged as common themes that affect food access within this rural community and limit choice and agency, and also serve as a major influence in the process of food provisioning and identity formation, especially in terms of motherhood, parenting, and caregiving. In most cases, due to these systemic shortcomings, individuals and families navigated multiple solutions to these challenges in order to sustain themselves and to be active members of their communities.
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Korowotny, Emma E., "Gender and Food Access in Adams County: Food Provisioning, Identity Formation, and Survival" (2018). Student Publications. 596.