Changes Archive

Abada TSJ, Trovato F, Lalu N. 2001. Determinants of Breastfeeding in the Philippines: A Survival Analysis. Social Science and Medicine 52:71-81. [breastfeeding; culture change; economy; Southeast Asia]

Amorozo CD. 1984. The Effect of Income and Length of Urban Residence on Food Patterns, Food Intake and Nutrient Adequacy. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 14:307-323. [food habit change; urbanization; poverty; South America; Brazil; Amazonia]

Appadurai A. 1988. Cookbooks and Cultural Change: The Indian Case. Comparative Studies in Society and History 30:3-24. [change; globalization; South Asia; India]

Barsh R. 1999. Chronic Health Effects of Dispossession and Dietary Change: Lesson from North American Hunter-Gatherers. Medical Anthropology 18(2):135-. [dietary change; nutrition and health; North American Indians]

Benjelloun S. 2002. Nutrition Transition in Morocco. Public Health Nutrition 5:135-140. [dietary change; North Africa]

Bennett J. 1943. Food and Culture in Southern Illinois--a Preliminary Report. American Sociological Review 7:645-660. [ethnic and regional foodways; dietary patterns; food habit change; North America; United States; American South; German tradition]

Bentley M, Pelto G. 1991. The Household Production of Nutrition. Social Science and Medicine 33:1101-1102. [change; household; child nutrition; Africa; Nigeria]

Berg A. 1973. The Nutrition Factor. [change; acceptance of new foods]

Bernus E. 1988. Seasonality, Climate Fluctuations, and Food Supplies. In Coping with Uncertainity in Food Supply. I de Garine, GA Harrison, eds. pp. 318-336. Oxford University Press. [change; ecology; nomadic pastoral food systems; Africa; Sahel]

Bestor TC. 1999. Wholesale Sushi: Culture and Commodity in Tokyo's Tuna Market. In Theorizing the City: The New Urban Anthropology Reader. S Low, ed. pp. 201-242. Rutgers University Press. [fish; food system; market globalization; meaning; East Asia; Japan]

Bhowmik DC. 1984. Food Habits of the Khasi People: A Study of Tradition and Change. Journal of the Anthropology Survey of India 33(4):263-269. [change; South Asia; India; Khasi]

Bindon JR. 1982. Banana, Breadfruit, Beef, and Beer: Modernization of the Samoan Diet. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 12:49-60. [dietary change; Oceania; Samoa]

Bindon JR. 1984. An Evaluation of the Diet of Three Groups of Samoan Adults: Modernization and Dietary Adequacy. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 14:105-115. [dietary change; Oceania; Samoa]

Bindon JR. 1988. Taro or Rice, Plantation or Market; Dietary Choice in American Samoa. Food and Foodways 3:59-78. [food choice; dietary change; Oceania; Samoa]

Bindon JR. 1994. Some Implications of the Diet of Children in American Samoa. Collegium Anthropologicum 18. [change; child nutrition; Oceania; Samoa]

Bourne LT, Lambert EV, Steyn K. 2002. Where Does the Black Population of South Africa Stand on the Nutrition Transition? Public Health Nutrition 5:157-162. [dietary change; disease; obesity; physical activity; hypertension;diabetes; Africa]

Boyd DJ. 2001. Life without Pigs: Recent Subsistence Changes among the Irakia Awa, Papua New Guinea. Human Ecology 29(3):259-282. [dietary change; Oceania]

Burns C. 2004. Effect of Migration on Food Habits of Somali Women Living as Refugees in Australia. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 43(3):213-229. [migration; economic transition; acculturation; diet; overweight; obesity; food habits; Africa; Somalia; Australia]

Caplan P. 1997. Food, Health and Identity. Routledge. [collected essays; change; social relations]

Chavez N, Sha L, Persky V, et al. 1994. Effects of Length of Stay on Food Group Intake in Mexican American and Puerto Rican Women. Journal of Nutritional Education 26:79-86. [food habit change; North America; Caribbean; United States; Puerto Rico; Mexican Americans; Puerto Ricans]

Cohen MN. 1987. The Significance of Long-Term Changes in Human Diet and Food Economy. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 261-284. Temple University Press. [prehistory; diet change; food system; health]

Comer J. 2000. North America from 1492 to the Present. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1304-1323. Cambridge University Press. [history; foodways; modernization; commercialization; North America; North American Indians]

Cosminsky S. 1975. The Changing Food and Medical Beliefs and Practices in a Guatemalan Community. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 4:183-191. [change; food beliefs; Central America; Guatemala]

Cweirtka K, Walraven B, eds. 2001. Asian Food: The Global and the Local. University of Hawaii Press. [collected papers; foodways; acculturation; Asia; Europe]

Cwiertka K. 1998. A Note on the Making of a Culinary Tradition -- an Example of Modern Japan. Appetite 30:117-128. [cultural change; Westernization; East Asia]

Cwiertka KJ. 1995. To What Extent Is Foreign Food Adaptation Culturally Determined -- an Example of Japan in Comparison with Europe. Appetite 24(3):272-280. [change; East Asia; Europe]

Cwiertka KJ. 2000. From Yokohama to Amsterdam: Meidi-Ya and Dietary Change in Modern Japan. Japanstudien 12:45-63. [change; East Asia; Japan]

Cwiertka KJ. 2002. Popularizing a Military Diet in Wartime and Postwar Japan. Asian Anthropologist 1(1). [dietary change; modernization; East Asia]

de Garine I. 1969. Food, Nutrition and Urbanization. Fao Nutrition Newsletter 7(1):1-19. [urbanization; food habit change]

Delgado CL. 2003. Rising Consumption of Meat and Milk in Developing Countries Has Created a New Food Revolution. Journal of Nutrition 113(11):3907S-3910S. [change; nutritional transition; meating eating]

Dennett G, Connell J. 1988. Acculturation and Health in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea: Dissent on Diversity, Diets, and Development. Current Anthropology 29(2):273-299. [food habit change; Oceania]

DeWalt K. 1983. Nutrition Stategies and Agricultural Change in a Mexican Community. University of Michigan Press. [modernization and change; Middle America; Mexico]

DeWalt KW. 1980. Impact of Agricultural Development on Child Nutrition in Tabasco, Mexico. Medical Anthropology 4:55-78-. [child nutrition; economic change; Latin America; Mexico]

Dewey K. 1989. Nutrition and the Commoditization of Foods in Latin American and the Caribbean. Social Science and Medicine 28(5):415-424. [commercialization and change; nutrition; Latin America; Caribbean]

Dewey K, Stroke M, Fitch YR. 1984. Dietary Change among Migrant Mexican-American Families in Northern California. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 14:11-24. [diet change; North America; California; Mexican-Americans]

Dewey KG. 1979. Agriculture Development, Diet and Nutrition. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 8:265-273. [food habit change; modernization; diet; nutrition]

Dewey KG. 1980. Impact of Agricultural Development on Child Nutrition in Tabasco, Mexico. Medical Anthropology 5:22-43. [food habit change; child nutrition; Mexico]

Dewey KG. 1989. Nutrition and the Commoditization of Food Systems in Latin American and the Caribbean. Social Science and Medicine 28:415-424. [food habit change; food system; nutrition; Latin America; Caribbean]

Dewey KG, Strode MA, Fitch YR. 1984. Dietary Change among Migrant and Nonmigrant Mexican-American Families in Northern California. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 14:11-24. [change; North America; United States; California; Mexican Americans]

Diner HR. 2001. Hungering for America: Italian, Irish, and Jewish Foodways in the Age of Migration. Harvard University Press. [history; acculturation; North America]

Dirks RT, Duran N. 2001. African American Dietary Patterns at the Beginning of the 20th Century. Journal of Nutrition 131:1881-1889. [history; food habits; dietary change; soul food; North America; United States]

Dixon J. 2002. The Changing Chicken: Chooks, Cooks and Culinary Culture. University of New South Wales Press. [foodstuffs; history; food system; marketing; culinary culture; change; Australia]

Draper HH, Bell RR. 1972. The Changing Eskimo Diet. Illinois Research 14(4):14-15. [acculturation; North America, indigenous peoples; Inuit]

Drewnowski A, Popkin B. 1997. The Nutrition Transition: New Trends in the Global Diet. Nutrition Reviews 55(2):31-43-. [dietary change, fat, sweetners, health, obesity]

Dundon A. 2004. Tea and Tinned Fish: Christianity, Consumption and the Nation in Papua New Guinea. Oceania 75(2):73-88. [culture change; consumption; store foods; national identity; Oceania; PNG; Western Province; Gogodala ]

Esterik Pv. 2002. Contemporary Trends in Infant Feeding Research. Annual Review of Anthropology 31:257-278. [breastfeeding; infant diet; globalization]

Fischler C. 1980. Food Habits, Social Change, and the Nature/Culture Dilemma. Social Science Information 19(6):937-953. [change]

Fitzgerald TM. 1986. Dietary Change among Cook Islanders in New Zealand. In Shared Wealth and Symbol: Food, Culture and Society in Oceania. L Manderson, ed. Cambridge University Press. [change; Oceania; Cook Islands; New Zealand]

Flueret P, Flueret A. 1980. Nutrition, Consumption, and Agricultural Change. Human Organization 39:250-260. [change; nutritional effects; Africa]

Fogel RW. 2004. The Escape from Hunger and Premature Death, 1700-2100: Europe, America, and the Third World. Cambridge University Press. [history; dietary change; anthropometrics; technophysio (cultural) evolution; Europe; North America]

Fox JJ. 1977. Harvest of the Palm: Ecological Change in Eastern Indonesia. [ecology; change; Indonesia]

Franke R. 1987. The Effects of Colonialism and Neocolonialism on the Gastronomic Patterns of the Third World. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 455-480. Temple University Press. [food habit change; colonialism; international agro-industry; development]

Fratkin E, Roth EA, Nathan M. 1999. When Nomads Settle: The Effects of Commoditization, Nutritional Change, and Formal Education on Ariaal and Rendille Pastoralists. Current Anthropology 40(5):729-735. [sedentarization; dietary change; nomads; East Africa; Kenya; Ariaal; Rendille]

Galal OM. 2002. The Nutrition Transition in Egypt: Obesity, Undernutrition and the Food Consumption Context. Public Health Nutrition 5:141-148. [dietary change; North Africa]

Galanis DJ, McGarvey ST, Quested C, et al. 1999. Dietary Intake of Modernizing Samoans: Implications for Risk of Cardiovascular Disease. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 99:184-190. [modernization; dietary change; Oceania; American Samoa; Western Samoa]

Gibson J. 2000. Migration and Dietary Change: Highlanders and the Demand for Staples in Urban Png. Aciar Proceedings (99):88-93. [urbanization; Oceania; Papua New Guinea]

Gillette MB. 2000. Between Mecca and Beijing: Modernization and Consumption among Urban Chinese Muslims. Stanford University Press. [food habit change; ethnic identity; consumption; Islam; East Asia; Hui]

Goode JG, Theophano J, Curtis K. 1884. A Framework for the Analysis of Continuity and Change in Shared Socio-Cultural Rules for Food Use: The Italian-American Pattern. In Ethnic and Regional Foodways in the United States: The Performance of Group Identity. LK Brown, K Mussell, eds. pp. 66-88. University of Tennessee Press. [ethnic foodways; change; North America; United States; Italian-Americans]

Goodman D, Redclift M. 1991. Refashioning Nature: Food, Ecology, and Culture. Routledge. [Ecology; social relations; change; nutrition; food habits]

Goodman S. 1997. They Came from the Back of a Can. Modern Maturity 40(3):60-64. [recipes; change in food habits; ideas about food; United States]

Goody J. 1982. Cooking, Cuisine and Class. Cambridge University Press. [social and cultural theory; food systems; food habits; change; social relations; stratification]

Grew R. 1999. Food in Global History. Westview Press. [collected papers; history; diet; nutrition; globalization; policy]

Grivetti LE, Paquette MB. 1978. Nontraditional Ethnic Food Choices among First Generation Chinese in California. Journal of Nutritional Education 10:109-112. [food habit change; food selection; North America; United States; Chinese]

Guansheng M. 1998. Nutrition Knowledge, Attitude, Food Practice and Changes in China. Australian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics 55(1):S9-. [change; East Asia; China]

Gunewardene A, Huon GF, Zheng R. 2001. Exposure to Westernization and Dieting: A Cross-Cultural Study. The International Journal of Eating Disorders 29(3):289-. [culture change; eating disorders]

Gupta SP. 1975. Changes in the Food Habits of Asian Indians in the United States: A Case Study. Sociology and Social Research 60:87-99. [food habit change; South Asia; India; North America; United States]

Hall RL. 1992. From Blackstrap Molasses to Smokeless Tobacco: A Chronicle of Assaults on the Dental Health of Native Americans in the Northwest. In Health and Lifestyle Change. R Huss-Ashmore, J Schall, M Hediger, eds. University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania. [food habit change; diet and disease; North American Indians; Northwest Coast]

Hanna JM, Pelletier DL, Brown VJ. 1986. The Diet and Nutrition of Contemporary Samoans. In The Changing Samoans: Behavior and Health in Transition. PT Baker, JM Hanna, TS Baker, eds. Oxford University Press. [dietary change; Oceania]

Harbottle L. 2004. Food for Health, Food for Wealth: Ethnic and Gender Identities in British Iranian Communities. Berghahn. [nutrition and health; globalization; United Kingdom; British Sh'ite Iranians]

Hassan R, Ahmad K. 1984. Studies on Food and Nutrient Intake by Rural Population of Bangladesh: Comparison between Intakes of 1962-64, 1975-76 and 1981-82. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 15:143-158. [dietary intake; change; South Asia]

Ho P-T. 1955. The Introduction of American Food Plants into China. American Anthropologist 57:191-201. [history; change; East Asia; China]

Ikpe EB. 1994. Food and Society in Nigeria: A History of Food Customs, Food Economy, and Culture Change, 1900-1989. Franz Steiner Verlag. [modernization; Africa]

Insight Media.2000. Fast Food. ed. Insight Media. Insight Media. [foodstuffs; history; nutrition; culture change]

Insight Media.2000. Food: Myths and Taboos. In Anthropology of Food, ed. I Media. Insight Media. [beliefs; change and development of food convictions]

Jackson R. 1997. Dietary Genocide: Eating to an Early Death in Micronesia. Pacific Health Dialog 4(1):88-. [change; nutrition and health; Micronesia]

Jacobs M, Scholliers P, eds. 2003. Eating out in Europe: Picnics, Gourmet Dinning and Snacks since the Late Eighteenth Century. Berg. [collected essays; history; urbanization; Europe]

Jarvenpa R. 1999. Bush Food/Country Food/Town Food: Power, Meaning and Dietary Transformation in Three Societies. In Alimentacion Y Cultura Actas Del Congreso Internacional, Vol Ii 1998. E Museo Nacional de Antropologia, ed. pp. 729-748-. La Val de Onsera. [change; social meaning; North American Indians; Chipewyan (Dene); Europe; Finland; Central America; Costa Rica; Terraba]

Jayachandran J, Jarvas GK. 1986. Socioeconomic Development, Medical Care, and Nutrition as Determinants of Infant Mortality in Less Developed Countries. Social Biology 33:301-315. [infant nutrition; economic change; Third World]

Jelliffe D, Jelliffe EFP. 1975. Human Milk, Nutrition and the World Resource Crisis. Science 188:557-561. [infant nutrition; change]

Jelliffe D, Jelliffe EFP. 1978. Human Milk in the Modern World: Psychosocial, Nutritional, and Economic Significance. Oxford University Press. [infant nutrition; modernization and change]

Jerome N. 1979. Changing Nutritional Styles within the Context of the Modern Family. In Family Health Care. DP Hymovich, MU Bernard, eds. Vol. 1, pp. 194-. McGraw-Hill. [change; food choice; North America; United States]

Jerome NW. 1969. Northern Urbanization and Food Consumption of Southern-Born Negroes. Amer J Cln Nutr 22:1667-1669. [urbanization; North America; United States; African Americans]

Jerome NW. 1980. Diet and Acculturation: The Case of Black American Immigrants. In Nutritional Anthropology: Contemporary Approaches to Diet and Culture. NW Jerome, RF Kandel, GH Pelto, eds. pp. 13-45. Pleasantville: Redgrave Press. [diet change; North America; African Americans]

Johnston SL. 2001. Food Choice Is Shaped by Accessibility: How Sources of Food Have Changed over Time for the Blackfeet. Nutritional Anthropology 24(2):3-9. [food system; selection; change; North American Indian; Blackfeet]

Joos S. 1984. Economic, Social, and Cultural Factors in the Analysis of Disease: Dietary Change and Diabetes Mellitus among the Florida Seminole Indians. In Ethnic and Regional Foodways in the United States: The Performance of Group Identity. LK Brown, K Mussell, eds. pp. 217-237-. [dietary change; disease; diabetes mellitus; North American Indians; Florida; Seminole]

Joseph FG. 1981. Commentary: Influence of Development Factors on Nutritional Patterns in the Solomon Islands. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 10:187-191-. [social development and culture change; Oceania; Solomon Islands]

Katona-Apte J. 1975. Dietary Aspects of Acculturation: Meals, Feasts; and Fasts in a Minority Community in South Asia. The Hague: Mouton. [change; acculturation; fasting; South Asia; India; Tamilnad; Marathi]

Khor GL, Hsu-Hage BH, Whalquist ML. 1997. Dietary Practices in Nutritional Transition: The Case of Malaysian Urban Chinese. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 36(6):463-. [change; Southeast Asia; Malaysia; Chinese]

Kibayanshi E, Yamagami T, Kagamimori S. 1999. The Change of Dietary Habits and the Resultant Changes in Health of Japanese Children. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 38(1):1-. [change; child nutrition and health; East Asia; Japan]

Kim J, Chan MM. 2004. Acculturation and the Dietary Habits of Korean Americans. British Journal of Nutrition 91(3):469-478. [culture change; food habits; North America; United States; Korean-Americans]

Kisban E. 1986. Food Habits in Change: The Example of Europe. In Eating Habits from the Middle Ages to the Present Day. A Fenton, E Kisban, eds. pp. 2-10. John Donaldson. [history; cultural change; Europe]

Klopfer L. 1993. Padang Restaurants: Creating "Ethnic" Cuisine in Indonesia. Food and Foodways 5:293-304. [social identity; ethnicity; change; Southeast Asia; Indonesia; Sumatra]

Kosulwat V. 2002. The Nutrition and Health Transition in Thailand. Public Health Nutrition 5:183-189. [dietary change; disease; Southeast Asia]

Kuhnlein HV. 1995. Benefits and Risks of Traditional Food for Indigenous Peoples: Focus on Dietary Intakes of Arctic Men. Canadian journal of physiological pharmacology 73:765-771. [eating habits; change; industrialization; age factors; food contamination; North American Indians; Canada; Arctic]

Kuhnlein HV, Johns T. 2003. Northwest African and Middle Eastern Food and Dietary Change of Indigenous Peoples. Asian Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition 12(3):344-349. [traditional knowledge; urbanization; food systems; Africa; Middle East]

Kuhnlein HV, Receveur O. 1996. Dietary Change and Traditional Food Systems of Indigenous Peoples. Annu Rev Nutr 16. [acculturation and change; food and ecology]

Kuhnlein HV, Receveur O, Chan HM. 2001. Tradition Food Systems Research with Canadian Indigenous Peoples. International Journal of Circumpolar Health 60(2):112-122. [hunting, fishing, and gathering; wild species; dietary change; food contamination; North America, indigenous peoples; Canada]

Kuhnlein HV, Receveur O, Soueida R, et al. 2004. Arctic Indigenous Peoples Experiencing the Nutrition Transition with Changing Dietary Patterns. Journal of Nutrition 134(6):1447-1453. [acculturation; obesity; Canada; Dene; Metis; Inuit]

Kumar S, Siandwazi C. 1994. Maize in Zambia: Effects of Technological Change on Food Consumption and Nutrition. In Agricultural Commercialization, Economic Development, and Nutrition. Jv Braun, E Kennedy, eds. pp. 295-308. [change and development; food use; Africa; Zambia]

Lang T. 1999. The Complexities of Globalization: The Uk as a Case Study of Tensions within the Food System and the Challenge to Food Policy. Agriculture and Human Values 16(2):169-. [food system; change]

Leach HM. 1999. Food Processing Technology: Its Role in Inhibiting or Promoting Change in Staple Foods. In The Prehistory of Food: Appetites for Change. C Gosden, JG Hather, eds. pp. 129-138. Routledge. [food preparation; food use; historical change]

Lee M-J. 2002. The Unique Aspects of the Nutrition Transition in South Korea: The Retention of Healthful Elements in Their Traditional Diet. Public Health Nutrition 5:197-203. [dietary change; vegetable intake; fat intake; obesity; overweight; disease; East Asia]

Lee RB. 2003. The Dobe Ju/'Hoansi. 3rd edition edition. Wadsworth. [subsistance; food habits; dietary change; social relations; Africa; Kalahari Desert]

Lee SK, Sobal J, Frongillo EA. 1999. Acculturation and Dietary Practices among Korean Americans. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 99(9):1084-1089(1086). [dietary change; North America; Korean-Americans]

Lee SK, Sobel J, Frongillo EA. 1996. Acculturation and Dietary Pratices among Korean Americans. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 99:1084-1089. [dietary change; North America; United States]

Lee S-K, Sobal J, Frongillo EA. 1999. Acculturation, Food Consumption, and Diet-Related Factors among Korean Americans. Journal of Nutritional Education 31(6):321-330. [change; North America; United States; Korean Americans]

Lentz C, ed. 1998. Changing Food Habits: Case Studies from Africa, South America, and Europe. Gordon and Breach. [collected papers; change; Africa; South America; Europe]

Leonard W, Thomas RB. 1988. Changing Dietary Patterns in the Peruvian Andes. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 21:245-263. [change; dietary patterns; South America; Peru]

Levenstein HA. 1985. The American Response to Italian Food, 1880-1930. Food and Foodways 1:1-24. [history; food habit change; North America; United States]

Levenstein HA. 1988. Revolution at the Table: The Transformation of the American Diet. Oxford University Press. [history; social class; dietary change; North America; United States]

Levenstein HA. 1993. Paradox of Plenty: A Social History of Eating in Modern America. Oxford University Press. [history; change; North America; United States]

Levenstein HA, Conlin JR. 1990. Food Habits of Italian Immigrants to America: An Examination of the Persistence of a Food Culture and the Rise of "Fast Food" in America. In Dominant Symbols in Popular Culture. EB Browne, MW Fishwick, KO Browne, eds. pp. 231-246. [history; food habit change; North America; United States; Italian Americans]

Lewin K. 1943. Forces Behind Food Habits and Methods of Change. Bulletin of the National Research Council 108:35-65. [food habit change; general theory]

Lewis ND. 2000. The Pacific Islands. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1351-1366. Cambridge University Press. [history; food habits; processing; urbanization and change; nutrition and health; Oceania]

Lieberman LS. 2003. Dietary, Evolutionary, and Modernizing Influences on the Prevalence of Type-2 Diabetes. Annu Rev Nutr 23:345-377. [disease; human evolution; modernization]

Lien M. 1997. Marketing and Modernity: An Ethnography of Marketing Practice. Berg. [food sales; globalization; Europe; Norway]

Lind D, Barham E. 2004. The Social Life of the Tortilla: Food, Cultural Politics, and Contested Commodification. Agriculture and Human Values 21(1):47-60. [commodification; globalization; symbols; meanings]

Lindenbaum S. 1987. Loaves and Fishes in Bangladesh. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 427-443. Temple Unversity Press. [change; rice and wheat; South Asia; Bangladesh]

Lippe-Stokes S. 1980. Eskimo Story-Knife Tales: Reflections of Change in Food Habits. In Food, Ecology and Culture: Readings in the Anthropology of Dietary Practices. JRK Robson, ed. pp. 75-82. [dietary change; North America; Inuit]

Lockwood WG, Lockwood YR. 2000. Continuity and Adaptation in Arab American Foodways. In Arab Detroit: From Margin to Mainstream. N Abraham, A Shryock, eds. pp. 515-559. Wayne State University Press. [acculturation; dietary change; North America; United States]

Lv N, Cason KL. 2003. Current Dietary Pattern and Acculturation of Chinese Americans in Pennsylvania. Topics in Clinical Nutrition 18(4):291-300. [change; food habits; North America]

Lynn L, Kang KJ, Ludman EK. 1999. Korean Elderly: Diet, Food Beliefs, and Acculturation. Journal of Nutrition for the Elderly 19(2):1-. [acculturation; elderly; North America; East Asia; New York City; Korea; Korean immigrants]

Magner L. 2000. Korea. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1183-1192. Cambridge University Press. [history; foodways; dietary change; East Asia; Korea]

Marshall LB. 1984. Wage Employment and Infant Feeding: A Papua New Guinea Case. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 14:170-190. [economic and social change; infant feeding; Oceanian; Papua New Guinea]

Mayer A. 1996. Caste in an Indian Village: Change and Continuity 1954-1992. CJ Fuller, ed. pp. 32-64. Oxford University Press. [culture change; foodways; South Asia]

McDonaugh C. 1997. Breaking the Rules: Changes in Food Acceptability among the Tharu of Nepal. In Food Preferences and Taste. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 155-166. Berghahn. [change; social relations; food use; buffalo meat; South Asia]

McIntosh E. 1995. American Food Habits in Historical Perspective. Praeger. [general survey; prehistory; history; change; North America; United States]

McIntosh W, Zey M. 1989. Women as Gatekeepers of Food Consumption: A Sociological Critique. Food and Foodways 3:140-153. [history; change; women; domestic and social relations; social theory]

Mennell S, Murcott A, Otterloo AHv. 1992. The Sociology of Food: Eating, Diet and Culture. Sage Publications. [general survey; theory; food and society; social relations; change]

Messer E. 1997. Three Centuries of Changing European Tastes for Potato. In Food Preferences and Taste. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 101-113. Berghahn. [history; food use; cultural change; Europe]

Murton B. 2000. Australia and New Zealand. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1339-1350. Cambridge University Press. [history; contemporary food habits; modernization; Oceania; European immigrants; Australians Aborigines; Maori]

Nerlove SB. 1974. Women's Workload and Infant Feeding Practices. Ethnology 13:207-214. [cultural variation and change; infant feeding]

Newman JM. 1998. China: Transformations of Its Cuisine, a Prelude to Understanding Its People. Journal of the Study of Food and Society 2:5-6. [change; East Asia]

Newman JM. 1998. Chinese Ingredients: Both Usual and Unusual. In From Cathay to Canada: Chinese Cuisine in Transition. JM Powers, ed. Ontario Historical Society. [change; East Asia; China: North America]

Newman L, Crossgrove W, Kates R. 1990. Hunger in History: Food Shortage, Poverty, and Deprivation. Blackwell. [collected papers; prehistory; origins of agriculture; change; malnutrition; famine]

Noor MI. 2002. The Nutrition and Health Transition in Malaysia. Public Health Nutrition 5:191-195. [dietary change; demographic trends; body mass index; disease; obesity; Southeast Asia]

O'Brian R. 2001. Eating on the Job: Diet and Work among Urban and Rural Maya Women. Nutritional Anthropology 24(2):9-14. [urbanization; dietary change; Central America; Mexico; Chiapas; Maya]

Ohnuki-Tierney E. 1997. Mcdonald's in Japan: Changing Manners and Etiquette. In Golden Arches East: Mcdonald's in East Asia. J Watson, ed. Stanford University Press. [change; eating manners; East Asia]

Orlove BS. 1987. Stability and Change in Highland Andean Dietary Patterns. In Food and Evolution. MRE Harris, ed. pp. 481-516-. Temple University Press. [dietary acculturation; South America; Andean peasants; Peru]

Otterloo van AH. 2000. The Low Countries. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1232-1240. Cambridge University Press. [history; contemporary food habits; modernization; globalization; Europe]

Page LB. 1987. Diet and Nutrition. In The Solomon Island Project: A Long-Term Study of Health, Human Biology, and Culture Change. JS Friedlander, ed. pp. 65-88-. Oxford University Press. [diet; change; Oceania; Solomon Islands]

Palinkas LA, Pickwell SM. 1995. Acculturation as a Risk Factor for Chronic Disease among Cambodian Refugees in the United States. Social Science and Medicine 40:1643-1653. [acculturation; North America; United States; Cambodian Americans]

Pan Y-L, Dixon Z, Huffman F. 1999. Asian Students Change Their Eating Patterns after Living in the United States. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 99(1):54-. [change; North America; United States; Asian immigrants]

Pao E. 1981. Changes in American Food Consumption Patterns and Their Nutritional Significance. Food Technology 35(2):43-53. [dietary patterns changes in food consumption; North America; United States]

Park SY, Paik HY, Skinner JD, et al. 2003. Mothers' Acculturation and Eating Behaviors of Korean American Families in California. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behaviour 35(3):142-147. [food habit change; North America; East Asia; Korean]

Passim H, Bennett J. 1943. Social Process and Dietary Change. National Resources Council. [change]

Pelto GH, Pelto PJ. 1983. Diet and Delocalization: Dietary Change since 1750. In Hunger and History. R Rotberg, TK Rabb, eds. pp. 309-330. Cambridge University Press. [history; dietary change]

Pelto GH, Pelto PJ, Lung'aho MS. 1981. "Modern" and "Traditional" Food Use in West Finland: An Example of Quantitative Pattern Analysis. Nutritional Research 1:63-71. [food habit change; nutritional anthropology; research methods; Europe]

Pillsbury R. 1998. No Foreign Food. Westview. [food habits; history; change; North America; United States]

Plotnicov L, Scaglion R. 2003. The Globalization of Food. Waveland. [collected essays; history; post-Columbian; diffusion of foods; cultural change]

Pollock NJ. 1992. These Roots Remain: Food Habits in Islands of the Central and Eastern Pacific since Western Contact. Institute for Polynesian Studies. [food categories; change; Oceania; Micronesia; Polynesia]

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