East Asia Archive

Allison A. 1991. Japanese Mothers and Obentos: The Lunchbox as Ideological State Apparatus. Anthropological Quarterly 64(4):195-208. [symbolic meaning; East Asia; Japan]

Anderson EN. 1990. Food in China. Yale University Press. [regional foods and foodways; history; East Asia]

Anderson EN, Anderson M. 1977. Modern China: South. In Food in Chinese Culture. KC Chang, ed. pp. 319-382. [regional foods and foodways; East Asia]

Anderson J. 1987. Japanese Tea Ritual: Religion in Practice. Man 22(3):475-498. [symbolic meaning; East Asia; Japan]

Anderson J. 1991. An Introduction to Japanese Tea Ritual. [symbols and meaning; East Asia; Japan]

Ashkanazi M. 1991. From Tachi Soba to Naorai: Cultural Implications of the Japanese Meal. Social Science Information 30(2):287-304. [East Asia; Japan]

Ashkenazi M. 1989. Japanization, Internationalization and Aesthetics in the Japanese Meal. In Rethinking Japan. A Boscaro, ed. Paul Norberry. [East Asia; Japan]

Becker J. 1999. Hungry Ghosts: Mao's Secret Famine. Henry Holt. [disaster; East Asia; China]

Befu H. 1974. An Ethnography of Dinner Entertainment in Japan. Arctic Anthropology XI(supplement):196-203. [recreation; East Asia]

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]

Binyan L. 1993. An Unnatural Disaster. New York Review of Books XI(7):3-6. [cannibalism; famine; East Asia; China; cultural revolution]

Chang KC. 1977. Food in Chinese Culture. Yale University Press. [history; foods and foodways; East Asia; China]

Chao BY. 1945. How to Cook and Eat in Chinese. John Day. [cookery; food habits; manners; utensils; East Asia; China]

Cooper E. 1986. Chinese Tables Manners: You Are How You Eat. Human Organization 45(2):179-184. [social relations; manners; East Asia; China]

Cwiertka K. 1996. Western Nutritional Knowledge in Early Twentieth Century Japan. British Nutrition Foundation Nutritional Bulletin 21(79):183-189. [diet; food beliefs; preferences; military rations; East Asia]

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. 1998. How Cooking Became a Hobby: Changes in Attitude toward Cooking in Early Twentieth Century Japan. In The Culture of Japan as through Its Leisure. S Fruhstuck, S Linhart, eds. pp. 41-58. SUNY Press. [cookery; meaning; East Asia; Japan]

Dargent-Molina P, James SA, trogatz, et al. 1994. Association between Maternal Education and Infant Diarrhea in Different Household and Community Environments of Cebu, Philippines. Social Science and Medicine 38:343-350. [infant feeding; health; East Asia]

Del Alisal M. 1999. Japanese Lunch Boxes: From Convenience Snack to the Convenience Store. In Consumption and Material Culture in Japanese Society. M Ashkanazi, J Clammer, eds. Kegan Paul International. [East Asia; Japan]

Francks P. 1998. Agriculture and State in Industrial East Asia: The Rise and Fall of the Food Control System in Japan. Japan Forum 10(1):1-. [agro-industrial food system; history; East Asia]

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]

Hendry J. 1990. Food as Social Nutrition. In Food for Humanity: Cross Disciplinary Readings. M Chapman, H Macbeth, eds. Center for the sciences of food and nutrition, Oxford Polytechnic. [social relations; East Asia; Japan]

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

Hosking R. 1997. A Dictionary of Japanese Food: Ingredients and Culture. Tuttle Publishing. [foodstuffs; ingredients; utensiles; techniques; East Asia; Japan]

Hsu V, Hsu F. 1977. Modern China: North. In Food in Chinese Culture. KC Chang, ed. pp. 297-316. [ethnic and regional foodways; diet; East Asia; China]

Husiung PC. 1995. To Nurse the Young: Breast-Feeding and Infant Feeding in Later Imperial China. Journal of Family History 20(3):217-239. [history; breastfeeding; East Asia]

Ishige N. 1983. Food and Eating. In Kodansha Encyclopedia of Japan. Vol. II, Kodansha. [foodways; East Asia; Japan]

Japanese Travel Bureau. 1984. A Look into Japan. [ethnic foodways; East Asia]

Katona-Apte J, Mokdad A. 1998. Malnutrition of Children in the Democratic People's Korea. J Nutr 128(8):1315-. [malnutrition; children; East Asia; North Korea]

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]

Kimura M. 1974. Geographic Distribution of Local Traditional Cuisines in Japan. Geographical Review of Japan 47(6):394-401. [foodways; diet; East Asia; Japan]

Koo LC. 1984. Use of Food to Treat and Prevent Disease in Chinese Culture. Social Science and Medicine 18:757-766. [food, health, disease; East Asia; China]

Lau G, Ma KM, Ng A. 1998. Chinese American Food Practices, Customs, and Holidays. American Dietetics Association, American Diabetes Association. [North America; East Asia; United States; China; Chinese Americans]

Li L. 1982. Introduction: Food, Famine and the Chinese State. Journal of Asian Studies 41:687-707. [famine; East Asia; China]

Loveday L, Chiba S. 1985. Partaking with the Devine and Symbolizing the Societal: The Semiotics of Japanese Food and Drink. Semiotics 56(1-2):115-131. [symbolism; meaning; East Asia; Japan]

Ludman E, Newman J. 1984. Yin and Yang in the Health-Related Food Practices of Three Chinese Groups. Journal of Nutritional Education 16:3-5. [food classification; health and disease; East Asia; China]

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]

Matsuyama T. 1981. Nut Gathering and Processing Methods in Traditional Japanese Villages. In Affluent Foragers: Pacific Coasts East and West. S Koyama, DH Thomas, eds. National Museum of Ethnology. [food use and processing; East Asia; Japan]

Mo S. 1991. Present-Day Dietary Patterns of Korea, Influence by Social, Economic and Technological Forces. Journal of the Asian Regional Association for Home Economics (supplement) 1:87-95. [East Asia; Korea]

Newman JM. 1987. Chinese Cookbooks: An Annotated English-Language Compendium/Bibliography. Garland. [bibliography; East Asia; China]

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]

Noguchi P. 1994. Savor Slowly: Ekiben -- the Fast Food of High-Speed Japan. Ethnology 33(4):317-330. [foodstuffs; box lunch; railway food; symbolic meanings; East Asia]

Ohnuki-Tierney E. 1993. Rice as Self: Japanese Identities through Time. Princeton University Press. [social identity; food symbols and metaphors; East Asia]

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]

Piazza A. 1984. Food Consumption and Nutritional Status in the People's Republic of China. [food and nutrition; East Asia; China]

Seward J. 1977. The Japanese. [foodways; East Asia; Japan]

Simoons F. 1991. Food in China: A Cultural and Historical Inquiry. [ethnic foodways; foodstuffs; East Asia; China]

Sirota LH, Newman JM, Lei X. 1996. Chinese Food Habit Perspectives. Journal for the Study of Food and Society 1(1):31-38. [acculturation; students; East Asia; North America; China; United States]

Spayde J. 1984. The Japanese Meal. In All Japan: The Catalogue of Everything Japanese. O Statler, LC Dalby, eds. pp. 104-107-. [ethnic foodways; food preparation; cookery; East Asia; Japan]

Spindler AA, Schultz JD. 1996. Comparison of Dietary Variety and Ethnic Food Consumption among Chinese, Chinese American, and White Women. Journal of Agriculture and Human Values 131:64-73. [food choice; women; East Asia; North America; Chinese; Chinese Americans]

Tsuchiya Y. 1985. The Feast for the Eyes: The Japanese Art of Food Arrangement. Kodansha. [foodways; East Asia: Japan]

Tsuji K. 1972. Kaiseki: Zen Tastes in Japanese Cooking. Tankosha/Kodansha. [cookery; foodways; Zen; Buddism; East Asia; Japan]

Wada J, Pogosian B, Grivetti LE. 1999. Japanese Festival Foods. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 38(4):307-. [festivals; East Asia; Japan]

Watson J. 1998. Golden Arches East: Mcdonald's in East Asia. Stanford University Press. [culture change; food habits; fast food restaurants; East Asia]

Watson JL. 1987. From the Common Pot: Feasting with Equal in Chinese Society. Anthropos 82:389-401. [feasting; East Asia; China]

Woo J, Chan SM. 1999. Is There a Typical Chinese Diet and What Are the Health Implications? Ecology of Food and Nutrition 38(5):491-. [nutritional health; East Asia; China]

Yang MM. 1994. Gifts, Favors, and Banquets: The Art of Social Relationships in China. Cornell University Press. [social relations; feasts; East Asia; China]

Yue G. 1999. The Mouth That Begs: Hunger, Cannibalism, and the Politics of Eating in Modern China. Duke University Press. [food in literature; cannibalism; East Asia; China]

Zhou YD, Britten HC. 1994. Increased Iron Content of Some Chinese Foods Due to Cooking in Steel Woks. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 94:1153-1154. [cooking; iron nutrition; East Asia; China]

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