GENERAL AND THEORETICAL STUDIES ARCHIVE

Archer D.2000. A World of Food: Tastes and Taboos in Different Cultures. ed. D Archer. University of California Extension Center for Media and Independent Learning. [foodways; general survey]

Atkins PJ, Bower IR. 2001. Food in Society: Economy, Culture, Geography. Arnold. [general survey; theoretical issues; cultural geography; political economy; global networks; social influences on consumption]

Axelson MI. 1986. The Impact of Culture on Food-Related Behavior. Annu Rev Nutr 6:345-363. [general survey; theoretical perspectives]

Baer-Stein T. 1999. You Eat What You Are: People, Culture and Food Traditions. Second edition. Culture Concepts. [general survey; world foodways]

Barker M. 2004. The Psychology of Food and Eating: A Fresh Approach to Theory and Method. Journal of Environmental Psychology 24(2):264-265. [psychological theory]

Beardsworth A, Keil T. 1997. Sociology on the Menu. New York: Routledge. [introductory textbook; general survey]

Bell D, Valentine G. 1997. Consuming Geographies: We Are Where We Eat. Routledge. [general survey; cultural geography]

Bronner S. 1983. The Paradox of Pride and Loathing and Other Problems. In Foodways and Eating Habits. M Jones, ed. Folklore Society of California. [regional foodways; theoretical perspectives; North America; United States; Midwest]

Bryant CA, Courtney A, Mankesberry B, et al. 1985. The Cultural Feast: An Introduction to Food and Society. West. [general survey]

Camp C. 1982. Foodways in Everyday Life. American Quarterly 34(3):278-289-. [general survey]

Caplan P. 1992. Feasts, Fasts, Famine: Food for Thought. Berg Occasional Papers in Anthropology (Inaugural Lecture, Goldsmith's College, 1992). [anthropology of food; theoretical overview]

DeVore S, White T. 1978. The Appetites of Man: An Invitation to Better Nutrition from Nine Healthier Societies. [general survey; nutrition; recipes; case studies]

Doshi SL. 1995. Anthropology of Food and Nutrition. Rawat Publications. [general survey]

Douglas M. 1982. The Active Voice. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul. [symbol; social anthropological theory]

Douglas M, Gross J. 1981. Food and Culture: Measuring the Intricacy of Rule Systems. Social Science Information 20. [social anthropological theory; method; foodways]

Farb P, Armelagos GJ. 1980. Consuming Passions. Houghton and Mifflin. [general survey; foodways; nutritional anthropology]

Fathauer G. 1960. Food Habits: An Anthropological View. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 37:335-. [theoretical perpectives; food habits]

Fieldhouse P. 1986. Food and Nutrition: Customs and Cuisine. Croom Helm. [food selection; general survey]

Fitzgerald TK. 1977. Anthropological Approaches to the Study of Food Habits. van Gorcum. [theoretical perspectives; method; food habits]

Fjellstrom C. 2004. Mealtime and Meal Patterns from a Cultural Perspective. Scadinavian Journal of Nutrition 48(4):161-164. [culture; theoretical perspective; meal research; Europe; Sweden]

Flynn KC, Behrman C. 2002. Charity, Power and Entitlement Theory. Nutritional Anthropology 25(1):35-38. [hunger; social and economic theory; food sharing]

Furst E, Prattala R, Ekstrom M, et al. 1991. Palatable Worlds: Sociocultural Food Studies. Solum Forlag. [miscellaneous papers; social and cultural theory; foodways; symbols]

Garine I de. 1972. The Socio-Cultural Aspects of Nutrition. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 1:143-163. [social anthropological theory; foodways; nutritional anthropology]

Germov J, Williams L, eds. 2004. A Sociology of Food and Nutrition: The Social Appetite. Oxford Univerity Press. [textbook]

Gibson L. 1981. The Psychology of Food: Why We Eat What We Eat When We Eat It. Food Technology 35(2):54-56. [food selection; psychology of food; food consumption; theoretical approaches]

Goodman AH. 2000. Nutritional Anthropology : Biocultural Perspectives on Food and Nutrition. Mayfield Publ. [general survey; nutritional anthropology]

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

Goody J. 1999. Food and Love: A Culture History of East and West. Verso. [global culture history; theoretical issues]

Grivetti LE. 1981. Cultural Nutrition: Anthropological and Geographical Themes. Annu Rev Nutr 1:47-68. [cultural nutrition (nutritional anthropology); general survey; theoretical perspectives]

Grivetti LE. 1997. Social Determinants of Food Intake. Nutritional Implications of Macronutrient Substitutes. Annals of the New York Academy of Science 819:121-131. [review article; cultural nutrition]

Grivetti LE. 2000. Nutritional Geography: History and Trends. Nutritional Anthropology 23(2):1-16. [general survey; bibliography]

Grivetti LE, Lamprecht S, Rocke H, et al. 1987. Threads of Cultural Nutrition: Arts and Humanities. Progress in Food and Nutrition Science 11:249-306. [general survey; arts; humanities; symbolic meanings; food in history]

Grivetti LE, Pangborn RM. 1973. Food Habit Research: A Review of Approaches and Methods. Journal of Nutrition Education 5:204-207. [theoretical perspectives; research methods]

Harris M. 1985. The Sacred Cow and the Abominable Pig: Riddles of Food and Culture. Simon and Schuster. [taboos; materialist theory; ecology; cannibalism; meat eating]

Harris M. 1987. Foodways: Historical Overview and Theoretical Prolegomenon. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 57-90. Temple University Press. [theoretical issues; cultural materialistic theory; food habits]

Harris M. 1998. Good to Eat. Waveland. [materialist theory; taboos; ecology; food system; meat eating; cannibalism]

Hawkes K, Hill K, O'Connell J. 1982. Why Hunters Gather, Optimal Foraging Theory and the Ache of Eastern Ache Paraguay. American Ethnologist 9:379-398. [ecology; optimal foraging theory; diet selection; hunters and gatherers; South American Indians; Paraguay; Ache]

Hetherington MM. 2002. The Physiological-Psychological Dichotomy in the Study of Food Intake. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 61(4):497-507. [appetite; food preference; pleasure; meal size; theory and method]

Himmelgreen DA. 2002. "You Are What You Eat and You Eat What You Are:" The Role of Nutritional Anthropology in Public Health Nutrition and Nutrition Education. Nutritional Anthropology 25(1):2-12. [nutritional anthropology; theory; practice]

Jerome NW. 1981. The Us Dietary Pattern from an Anthropological Perspective. Food Tech 35(2):37-42. [nutritional anthropology; method and theory; North America; United States]

Jerome NW, Ricci JA. 1997. Food and Nutrition Surveillance: An International Overview. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 65(4):1198S-1202S. [review; nutritional assessment; developing countries; Thailand]

Katz S. 1990. An Evolutionary Theory of Cuisine. Human Nature 1(3):233-359. [theory; cultural evolution]

Keegan WF. 1986. The Optimal Foraging Analysis of Horticultural Production. American Anthropologist 88:92-107. [food choice; optimal foraging theory; horticulture]

Khare RS, ed. 1992. Eternal Food: Gastronomic Ideas and Experiences of Hindus and Buddhists. State University of New York Press. [collected essays; theory; nutritional anthropology; symbol; social identity; South Asia; India]

Khare RS. 1994. Anthropology of Food and Scholarly Perplexities. South Asian Anthropologist 15(1-2):17-23. [food studies; theoretical approaches]

Kuhnlein HV. 1989. Culture and Ecology in Dietetics and Nutrition. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 89(8):1059-1060. [general survey; ecology; nutritional anthropology]

Leach E. 1970. Claude Levi-Strauss. Viking. [classification of foods; structural theory and analysis; Claude Levi-Strauss]

Lehrer A. 1972. Cooking Vocabularies and the Culinary Triangle of Levi-Strauss. Anthropological Linguistics 14:155-171. [language; folk classification; cookery; structural theory]

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]

Lindenbaum S. 2004. Thinking About Cannibalism. Annual Review of Anthropology 33:475-498. [anthropological theory; representations of cannibalism]

Loeb M. 1951. The Social Functions of Food Habits. Journal of the American Academy of Applied Nutrition 4:227-229. [sociological theory]

Lowenberg ME. 1970. Socio-Cultural Basis of Food Habits. Food Technology 24:751-757. [general survey]

Macbeth HM, MacClancy J, eds. 2004. Researching Food Habits: Methods and Problems, Vol. 5. Berghahn Books. [method and theory; collected essays]

MacClancy J. 1992. Consuming Culture: Why You Eat What You Eat. Holt. [general survey; food customs]

Maslow AH. 1954. Motivation and Personality. [psychological theory; hunger; personality]

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]

McIntosh WA. 1996. Sociologies of Food and Nutrition. Plenum Press. [general textbook]

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. 1984. Sociocultural Aspects of Nutrient Intake and Behavioral Responses to Nutrition. In Nutrition and Behavior. J Galler, ed. Vol. 5, [general survey; theoretical perspectives; nutritional anthropology]

Messer E, Haber B, Toomre J, et al. 2000. Culinary History. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1376-1378. Cambridge University Press. [food history; general survey; nutritional anthropology]

Milton K. 1996. Food and Diet. In The Encyclopedia of Cultural Anthropology. D Levinson, M Ember, eds. pp. 503-508. Henry Holt. [general survey]

Mintz S. 1979. Time, Sugar and Sweetness. Marxist Perspective (Winter):56-72. [history; foodstuffs; Marxist theory]

Mintz S. 2002. Heroes Sung and Unsung. Nutritional Anthropology 25(2):3-8. [historical review; theory; anthropology of food]

Mintz SW, Du Bois CM. 2002. The Anthropology of Food and Eating. Annual Review of Anthropology 31:99-119. [general survey; theoretical pespectives]

Mirsky R. 1983. Perspective in the Study of Food Habits. In Foodways and Eating Habits. M Jones, ed. pp. 125-135. The California Folklore Society. [food habits; theoretical approaches; research problems]

Murcott A. 1988. Sociological and Social Anthropological Approaches to Food and Eating. World Review of Nutrition and Dietetics 55:1-40. [nutritional anthropology; general survey]

Murcott A. 1995. Social Influences on Food Choice and Dietary Change: A Sociological Attitude. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 54(3):729-735(727). [social theory]

Passariello P. 1990. Anamolies, Analogies, and Sacred Profanities: Mary Douglas on Food and Culture, 1957-1989. Food and Foodways 4:53-71. [theory; social anthropology]

Pelto G. 1996. Nutritional Anthropology. In Encyclopedia of Cultural Anthropolgy. D Levinson, M Ember, eds. pp. 881-883. Henry Holt and Company. [general survey]

Pyke M. 1970. Man and Food. McGraw-Hill. [food habits; history; general survey]

Rappaport L. 2003. How We Eat: Appetite, Culture, and the Psychology of Food. ECW. [review; food habits; preferences; emotions; values]

Ross E. 1987. An Overview of Trends in Dietary Variation from Hunter-Gatherer to Modern Capitalist. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 7-56. Temple University Press. [general survey; cultural evolution; diet]

Rozin E. 1982. The Structure of Cuisine. In The Psychobiology of Human Food Selection. LM Barker, ed. pp. 189-203. AVI. [theory; taste and preference]

Sanjur D. 1982. Social and Cultural Perspectives in Nutrition. Prentice-Hall. [textbook; nutrition; general survey]

Scientific American. 1978. Human Nutrition. [general survey]

Shankman P. 1969. Le Roti Et Le Bouilli: Levi-Strauss's Theory of Cannibalism. American Anthropologist 71:54-69. [structural theory; cannibalism]

Simoons FJ. 1982. Geography and Genetics as Factors in the Psychobiology of Human Food Selection. In The Psychobiology of Human Food Selection. LM Barker, ed. pp. 205-224. AVI. [human evolution; theory; food preference]

Sobal J, Kettel L, Bisogni C. 1998. A Conceptual Model of the Food and Nutrition System. Social Science and Medicine 47(7):853-. [general theory; food system]

Ulijaszek SJ, Strickland SS. 1993. Nutritional Anthropology: Prospects and Perspectives. Smith-Gordon. [method and theory]

Vayda AP. 1987. Explaining What People Eat: A Review Article. Human Ecology 15:493-510. [food habits; theory; literature review]

Yoder D. 1972. Folk Cookery. In Folklore and Folklife. R Dorson, ed. University of Chicago Press. [foodways; introduction; general survey]

Yoder D. 1972. Food and Cookery. In Folklore and Folklife: An Introduction. R Dorson, ed. pp. 325-350. University of Chicago Press. [foodways and foodways research; introduction; general survey]

Zukin S, Maguire JS. 2004. Consumers and Consumption. Annual Review of Sociology 30:173-197. [review; food and culture; consumers; economy; identity; globalization]

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