We are what we eat : Omnivore’s dilemma
Karl Marx theory can be used analyze the relation between a person's food preference and the various factors that affects it. First, according to Karl Marx,” a person's ideology and culture categorized in his theory as superstructure, is greatly influenced by the base described as a person's real economic relations”. The base-superstructure model by Karl Marx presents a theoretical framework that illustrates the interaction of different elements of the society, and how they make up a coherent social structure. The two main frames of this ideology are the base and the superstructure whereby the base is the economic foundation of a given society. The economic structure determines the material condition of the society, which encompasses a means of production. The process economic production applies various elements such as conditions of the goods produced and how they are produced, and the relations to people who are involved in production of these goods. In addition, the relation production also determines the method of distribution of products to the related people, which eventually determines the kinds of goods each person will receive. Therefore, this illustrates how availability of economic resources influences the preference of food choice for individuals.
The omnivore's dilemma is far more than the product of confusion in the food preference but also on the struggle in the class and economic state as well. First, the dwelling of choosing