Between acceptance and veto: the meat perceptual dimensions

<p>This paper designates and describes the perceptual dimensions (practical perceptual dimension and cultural perceptual dimension) that affects the acceptance of meat consumption and animal products, as well the (production) perceptual dimension that conditions hegemonic eating habits which may trigger the veto for the products mentioned above. I argue that the focus or the development of certain perceptions generated by consumers defines value systems, and beliefs, which influences the eating behaviors related to meat and animal products.</p>