This paper examines the opportunities and limitations for a healthy and sustainable development of the cafeteria at RUC. The focus lies on the social structures, that surrounds the cafeteria. Through quantitative- and qualitative methods, we will attempt to reveal these structures. The quantitative method consists of a survey, distributed to the consumers of the cafeteria. Using a qualitative method we have conducted a semi-structured expert interview of an associate professor of health promotion at RUC. We will analyze the empirical finds using the theories empowerment, Habermas’ communicative paradigm, and Giddens structuration theory. The paper concludes that there exists both opportunities and limitations for a healthy and sustainable development of the cafeteria at RUC, within all levels of society. Main points include enthusiasm of the consumers, knowledge sharing, awareness of own capacity for change, and democratic decision making.
|Uddannelser||Sundhedsfremme og Sundhedsstrategier, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor|
|Udgivelsesdato||18 dec. 2017|
|Vejledere||Heidi Lene Myglegård Andersen|
- Kritisk teori