Open Access Mini Review

Social Accounting vs Food Accessibility in Developing World

Mohammad Taghi Sheykhi*

Professor Emeritus of Sociology, Alzahra University, Tehran, Iran

Corresponding Author

Received Date:August 12, 2019;  Published Date: September 10, 2019


Social accounting is used as an umbrella term to denote better use of land and environment to extract food including plants, vegetables, animals etc. It provides better estimates of what there is, and what there should be. As nature is ever changing, there should be a supervision on such a link as to what we mean by social accounting. Human increase change in patterns of life and many more impact human consumption including food recipes. So, measuring the quantitative social and economic change that is happening, or about to happen, will help in stabilization of food products and items. Sociologically speaking, planners and policy makers must know that human behavior does not remain stable. According to change in human wants and aspirations, social accounting must be applied. Unfortunately, developing countries do not use social accounting, and the result of which is chaos in those countries including food issues and food shortages.

Keywords:Umbrella term; Nature; Human consumption; Food recipes; Human behavior; Economic health; Social accounting; Vulnerability; Food needs; Social management

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