Attitudes toward food fraud, food safety concerns, national culture, and self-labeling as a victim

Inna Levy, Pamela Kerschke-Risch

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Abstract

This article examined a model that focused on the association between attitudes towards food fraud (AFF) and such factors as food safety concerns, self-labelling as a victim and national culture. The online survey included 106 German and 363 Israeli respondents and questionnaires on attitudes towards food fraud, food safety concerns, self-labelling as a victim of food fraud, and sociodemographic characteristics. The results indicate that national culture and self-labelling as a victim predict food safety perception, which predicts AFF. The discussion addressed the findings in the context of collective victimisation, exposure to food fraud, and national culture.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)501-522
Number of pages22
JournalIsrael affairs
Volume28
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - 2022

Keywords

  • Germany
  • Israel
  • collective victimisation
  • food fraud
  • food safety
  • national culture
  • victim

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