Meat Eating and Vegetarianism Archive

Abrams HL. 1980. Vegetarianism: An Anthropological / Nutritional Evaluation. Journal of Applied Nutrition 12:53-87. [nutritional value; vegetarianism]

Abrams HL. 1986. Fire and Cooking as a Major Influence on Human Cultural Advancement. Journal of Applied Nutrition 38:24-29. [meat and vegetables in diet; human evolution]

Beardsworth A, Keil T. 1992. The Vegetarian Option -- Varieties, Conversions, Motives and Careers. Sociological Review 40:253-293. [vegetarians; North America; United States]

Black KW, Glasgow M. 1981. Social Networks and Psychological Conditions in Diet Preferences: Gormets and Vegetarians. Basic and Applied Social Psychology 2:1-9. [social relations; eating attitudes; vegetarians]

Dwyer JT. 1974. The New Vegetarians: Group Affiliation and Dietary Strictures Related to Attitudes and Life Style". Journal of the American Dietetic Association 64:376-382. [social relations; vegetarian; taboo; North America; United States]

Dwyer JT. 1974. The New Vegetarians: The Natural High? Journal of the American Dietetic Association 65:529-536. [social relations; vegetarian; taboo; North America; United States]

Fiddes N. 1992. Meat a Natural Symbol. Routledge. [meat; symbolism]

Fiddes N. 1994. Social Aspects of Meat Eating. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 53(2):271-279(279). [symbolic meaning; cultural importance of meat]

Hamilton W. 1987. Omnivorous Primate Diets and Human Overconsumption of Meat. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 117-132. Temple University Press. [non-human primates; hominid evolution, food preference; meat]

Harding RO. 1973. Predation by a Troop of Olive Baboons. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 38:587-592. [non-human primates; meat eating; baboon]

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

Harris M, Ross E. 1978. How Beef Became King. Psychology Today 12:88-94. [meat eating; foodstuffs; cattle; North America; United States]

Henneberg M, Sarafis V, Mathers K. 1998. Human Adaptation to Meat Eating. Human Evolution 13(3):229-. [human evolution; meat eating]

Johns T. 1990. With Bitter Herbs They Shall Eat It: Chemical Ecology and the Origins of Human Diet and Medicine. University of Arizona. [human evolution; diet; plant (vegetarian) species]

Kim E, Schroeder K, Dwyer J. 1999. Two Small Surveys, 25 Years Apart, Investigating Motivations of Dietary Choice in 2 Groups of Vegetarians in the Boston Area. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 99(5):598-. [food choice; vegetarian diet; North America; United States; Boston]

Mann GV. 1963. Diet and Disease among the Milk and Meat Eating Masai Warriors of Tanganyika. Food and Nutrition 34:104-. [meat eating; Africa; Masai]

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]

Messer E. 1977. The Ecology of a Vegetarian Diet in a Modernizing Mexican Community. In Nutrition and Anthropology in Action. TK Fitzgerald, ed. [ecology; vegetarian; Mexico]

Milton K. 1999. A Hypothesis to Explain the Role of Meat-Eating in Human Evolution. Evolutionary Anthropology 8(1):11-. [human evolution; meat eating]

Nestle M. 1999. Animal V. Plant Foods in Human Diets and Health: Is the Historical Record Unequivocal? Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 58(2):211-218. [optimal diets; meat eating; paleolithic diet; dietary recommendations]

Pi J, Groves C. 1972. The Importance of Higher Primates in the Diet of the Fang of Rio Muni. Man 7:238-244. [food use; ape meat; Africa; Fang]

Pliner P, Pelchat M. 1991. Neophobia in Humans and the Special Status of Foods of Animal Origin. Appetite 16(3):205-218. [meat eating; psychology of preference]

Pyke M. 1978. The Evolution of Animal Protein in the Human Diet. In New Protein Foods. AM Altshul, HL Wilcke, eds. Vol. 5: Seed Storage Prot, pp. 47-57. Academic Press. [meat eating; human evolution]

Rifkin J. 1992. Beyond Beef: The Rise and Fall of Cattle Culture. New York. [foodstuffs; ranching; meat industry; North America]

Rose L, Marshall F. 1996. Meat Eating, Hominid Sociality, and Home Bases Revisited. Current Anthropology 37:307-338. [hominid evolution; meat eating]

Rozin P, Markwith M, Stoess C. 1997. Moralization and Becoming a Vegetarian: The Transformation of Preferences into Values and the Recruitment of Disgust. Psychological Science 8:67-73. [vegetarian; preference; taboo]

Simoons F. 1978. Traditonal Use and Avoidance of Foods of Animal Origin: A Culture-Historical View. Bioscience 28:178-184. [taboo; meat]

Singh K. 1996. Fried Chicken's Fearsome Foes. Far Eastern Economic Review 159:30-. [change; Kentucky Fried Chicken; vegetarianism; South Asia; India]

Spencer C. 1993. The Heretic's Feast: A History of Vegetarianism. [history; vegetarian diet]

Stanford C. 1999. The Hunting Apes: Meat Eating and the Origins of Human Behavior. Princeton University Press. [meat eating; behavior evolution; non-human primates]

Stefansson V. 1937. Food of the Ancient and Modern Stone Age Man. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 13:102-129. [diet; meat eating; cooking; Arctic; North America; Inuit]

Stefansson V. 1960. Food and Food Habits in Alaska and Northern Canada. In Human Nutrition Historic and Scientific. I Galdston, ed. pp. 23-60-. [food habits; dietary patterns; meat; fat; North America; Alaska; Canada; Inuit (Eskimo)]

Tambiah SJ. 1969. Animals Are Good to Think and Good to Prohibit. Ethnology 5:423-459. [food taboos; meat eating]

Teleki G. 1973. The Omnivorous Chimpanzee. Scientific American 228:32-42. [non-human primates; meat eating; chimpanzee]

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