CONTEMPORARY NORTH AMERICA ARCHIVE

Abdollahi P, Mann T. 2001. Eating Disorder Symptoms and Body Image Concerns in Iran: Comparisons between Iranian Women in Iran and in America. International Journal of Eating Disorders 30(3):259-268. [Middle East; North America; Iran; Iranian Americans]

Adler T. 1983. Making Pancakes on Sunday: The Male Cook in Family Tradition. In Foodways and Eating Habits. M Jones, ed. [symbolism; male gender; family; North America; United States]

Albala K. 2000. Southern Europe. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1203-1210. Cambridge University Press. [history; contemporary food habits; food & religion]

Algert S, Brzezinski E, Ellison TH. 1998. Mexican American Food Practices, Customs, and Holidays. Second edition. American Dietetic Association, American Diabetes Association. [North America; Middle America; United States; Mexico; Mexican Americans]

Allen P. 2004. Together at the Table: Sustainability and Sustenance. Pennsylvania State University Press. [food movements; agriculture; North America; United States; California]

Anderson C. 1995. The Food Information War: Consumer Rights and Industry Prerogatives. In Eating Agendas: Food and Nutrition as Social Problems. D Maurer, J Sobal, eds. pp. 279-303. Aldine de Gruyter. [food and politics; North America; United States]

Anderson J. 1971. Scholarship on Contemporary American Foodways. Ethnologia Europea 5:56-63. [ethnic foodways; North America; United States]

Apfelbaum D. 2001. Jewish Cuisine. Ethnology 40(2):165-169. [foodways; North America; United States; Jewish Americans]

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

Becker DM, Yaneck LR, Koffman DM, et al. 1999. Body Image Preferences among Urban African Americans and Whites from Low Income Communities. Ethnicity and Disease 9:377-386. [body image; North America; United States; African Americans]

Bediako SM, Kwate NO, Rucker R. 2004. Dietary Behavior among African Americans: Assessing Cultural Identity and Health Consciousness. Ethnicity and Disease 14(4):527-532. [eating habits; ethnic identity; North America; United States; African Americans]

Belasco WJ. 1987. Ethnic Fast Foods: The Corporate Melting Pot. Food and Foodways 2:1-30. [food use; consumer culture; North America; United States]

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]

Bennett J. 1943. Food and Social Status in a Rural Society. American Sociological Review 8:561-568. [social relations; stratification; North America; United States; Illinois]

Bentley A. 2004. The Other Atkin Revolution. Gastronomica 4(3):34-45. [dieting; eating attitudes; gender differences; masculine image; North America; United States]

Bessinger R. 1995. Soul and Traditional Southern Food Practices, Customs, and Holidays. American Dietetic Association, American Diabetes Association. [North America; South; African Americans]

Birch L. 1999. Development of Food Preferences. Annual Review of Nutrition 19:41-62. [preferences; children; obesity; North America; United States]

Blazek LF. 1938. Food Habits and Living Conditions of Mexican Families on Four Income Levels in the Upper Rio Grande Valley. Book; Archival Material Date of Entry: 20000310. University of Texas, [North America; Mexican Americans; Texas]

Bossard J. 1983. Family Table Talk: An Area for Sociological Study. American Sociological Review 18:295-301. [social relations; household; North America]

Bourke JG. 1895. The Folk Foods of the Rio Grande Valley and of Northern Mexico. Journal of American Folklore 8:41-71. [ethnic foods; North America; Southwestern United States; Mexico]

Brenner JG. 1998. The Emperors of Chocolate: Inside the Secret World of Hershey and Mars. New York: Random House. [foodstuffs; candy; confections; production; contemporary North America; United States]

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]

Brown LK, Mussell K. 1995. Foodways in the United States: The Performance of Group Identity. University of Tennessee Press. [foodways; North America; United States]

Bruhn CM, Pangborn RM. 1971. Food Habits of Migrant Workers in California. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 59:347-355. [North America; United States; California]

Buckley AG. 2004. Real Men Eat Salad : Gender Constructions and Food Choice. B.S. Thesis. James Madison University, [preference; gender relations; North America; United States]

Byars D. 1996. Traditional African American Foods and African Americans. Agriculture and Human Values 13:74-78. [North America; United States]

Camp C. 1979. Federal Foodways Research, 1935-1943. The Digest 2:4-17. [bibliography; North America; United States]

Camp C. 1979. Food in American Culture: A Bibliographic Essay. Journal of American Culture 2:558-571. [bibliography; North America; United States]

Camp C. 1990. American Foodways: What, When, Why, and How We Eat in America. [ethnic and regional foodways; research method; North America; United States]

Cassidy CM. 1994. Walk a Mile in My Shoes: Culturally Sensitive Food-Habit Research. Amercian Journal of Clinical Nutrition 59(Supplement):190s-197s. [nutritional anthropology; research methods; North America; United States]

Caudio V. 1994. Filippino American Food Practices: Customs and Holidays. American Dietetic Association. [diet; nutrition; foodways; North America; Southeast Asia; Philippines]

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]

Chernin K. 1981. The Obsession: Reflections on the Tyranny of Slenderness. Harper and Row. [body image; eating disorder; Western culture; North America; United States]

Chernin K. 1985. The Hungry Self: Women, Eating, and Identity. Time Books. [body image; eating disorder; Western culture; North America; United States]

Coblentz E. 2002. The Amish Cook: Recollections and Recipes from an Old Order Amish Family. Ten Speed Press. [cookery; foodways; North America; United States; Pennsylvania]

Counihan CM. 1985. What Does It Mean to Be Fat, Thin, and Female in the United States? Food and Foodways 1:77-94. [body image; disordered eating; women; North America; United States]

Counihan CM, ed. 2002. Food in the USA: A Reader. Routledge. [collected essays; food habits; social identity; North America; United States]

Cox C. 1994. Storefront Revolution: Food Co-Ops and the Counterculture. Rutgers. [cooperative societies; food industry; trade; North America; United States; Midwest]

Crane NT, Green NR. 1980. Food Habits and Food Preferences of Vietnamese Refugees Living in Northern Florida. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 76:591-593. [preferences; North America; United States; Florida; Vietnamese Americans]

Critser G. 2003. Fat Land: How Americans Became the Fatest People in the World. Houghton Mifflin. [obesity; culture; environment; food promotions; child nutrition; North America]

Crooks D. 1999. Child Growth and Nutritional Status in a High-Poverty Community in Eastern Kentucky. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 109(1):129-. [child nutrition; stress; North America; United States; Kentucky]

Crooks D. 1999. Understanding Children's Nutritional Status: Combining Anthropological Approaches in Poverty Research. Nutritional Anthropology 22(2):1-4. [nutritional anthropology; child nutrition; North America; United States]

Cumbo EC. 2000. La Festa Del Pane: Food, Devotion and Ethnic Identity, the Feast of San Francesco Di Paola, Toronto. Journal for the Study of Food and Society 4(2):47-61. [feast; North America; Canada; Toronto; Sicilian]

Curran P. 1989. Grace before Meals: Food Ritual and Body Discipline in Convent Culture. University of Illinois Press. [meaning; religion; North America; United States]

Dachner N, Tarasuk V. 2002. Homeless "Squeegee Kids": Food Insecurity and Daily Survival. Social Science and Medicine 54:1039-1049. [hunger; street life; North America; Canada; Toronto]

Devine CSJ, Conners M. 1999. Food Choice in Three Ethnic Groups: Interactions of Ideals, Identities, and Roles. Journal of Nutrition Education 31(2):86-. [ethnic identity; social relations; North America; United States; New York]

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, 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]

Dickins D. 1927. A Study of Food Habits of People in Two Contrasting Areas of Mississippi. Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station. [dietary patterns; nutrition; North America; Mississippi]

Dickins D. 1928. A Nutrition Investigation of Negro Tenants in the Yazoo Mississippi Delta. Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station. [dietary patterns; nutritional status; North America; Mississippi]

Dickins D. 1949. Food Patterns of White and Negro Families. Social Forces 27(4):425-430. [food habits; North America, Afro-American, Mississippi]

Draper HH. 1977. The Aboriginal Eskimo Diet in Modern Perspective. American Anthropologist 79:309-316. [dietary patterns; North America; Inuit (Eskimo)]

Dubisch J. 1981. You Are What You Eat: Religious Aspects of the Health Food Movement. In The American Dimension: Culture Myths and Social Realities. SP Montague, W Arens, eds. Mayfield. [symbolism; food habits; religion; cult; North America; United States]

Dunkley TL, Wertheim EH, Paxton SJ. 2001. Examination of a Model of Multiple Sociocultural Influences on Adolescent Girls' Body Dissatisfaction and Dietary Restraint. Adolescence 36(142):265-280. [body image; media; eating habits; disordered eating; North America]

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]

Edelman M. 1987. From Costa Rican Pasture to North American Hamburger. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 541-562. Temple University Press. [food system; ecology; food specie; ground beef; Central America; North America; Costa Rica]

Fink D. 1998. Cutting into the Meatpacking Line. The University of North Carolina Press. [food system; North America; United States; Iowa]

Fitchen JM. 1988. Hunger, Malnutrition, and Poverty in the Contemporary United States: Some Observations on Their Social and Cultural Context. Food and Foodways 2:309-333. [undernutrition; malnutrition; North American; United States]

Fitzgerald TK. 1979. Southern Folks' Eating Habits Ain't What They Used to Be ... If They Ever Were. Nutrition Today 14:16-21. [dietary change; North America; United States]

Food and Nutrition Service. 1980. Southeast Asian American Food Habits. United States Department of Agriculture. [North America; United States; Asian Americans]

Four Winds Food Specialists. 1998. Population Profile: Guatemalan-Americans. Fork, Fingers, & Chopsticks II(1):3-6. [food habits; North America; United States; Guatemalan immigrants]

Four Winds Food Specialists. 1998. Population Profile: Gypsy-Americans. Fork, Fingers, & Chopsticks II(4):3-6. [food habits; North America; United States; Gypsy]

Four Winds Food Specialists. 1998. Population Profile: Korean Americans. Fork, Fingers, & Chopsticks III(1):3-6. [food habits; North America; United States; Korean immigrants]

Four Winds Food Specialists. 1999. Population Profile: Albanian-Americans. Fork, Fingers, and Chopsticks III(4):3-6. [food habits; North America; United States]

Four Winds Food Specialists. 2000. Population Profile: Filipino-Amercians. Fork, Fingers, & Chopsticks IV(1):3-6. [food habits; North America; United States; Filipino-Americans]

Four Winds Food Specialists. 2000. Population Profile: Iranian-Americans. Fork, Fingers, & Chopsticks IV(2):3-6. [food habits; North America; United States; Iranian immigrants]

Four Winds Food Specialists. 2000. Population Profile: Jamaican-Americans. Fork, Fingers, & Chopsticks IV(3):3-6. [food habits, North America; United States; Jamaican-Americans]

Four Winds Food Specialists. 2000. Population Profile: Vietnamese-Americans. Fork, Fingers, and Chopsticks IV(4):3-6. [food habits; North America; United States; Vietnamese-Americans]

Four Winds Food Specialists. 2001. Population Profile: Nigerian-Americans. Fork, Fingers, & Chopsticks II(3):3-6. [food habits; North America; United States; Nigerian immigrants]

Four Winds Food Specialists. 2001. Population Profile: Portuguese-Americans. Fork, Fingers, and Chopsticks V(2):3-7. [food habits; North America; United States; Portuguese-Americans]

Four Winds Food Specialists. 2001. Population Profile: Turkish-Americans. Fork, Fingers, & Chopsticks V(4):3-6. [food habits; North America; United States;Turkish immigrants]

Four Winds Food Specialists. 2002. Population Profile: Puerto Ricans. Fork, Fingers, and Chopsticks VI(1):3-6. [food habits; Caribbean; Puerto Rico; North America]

Four Winds Food Specialists. 2002. Population Profile: Taiwanese-Americans. Fork, Fingers, & Chopsticks VI(2):3-6. [food habits; North America; United States; East Asia, Taiwan]

Frank MS. 1990. Southern Black Food Traditions. In Cultural Food Patterns of Florida. L Lieberman, FSL Bobroff, eds. Florida Cooperative Extension Service. [food habits; North America; United States; Florida; Black (African American, Negro)]

Fraser L. 1997. Losing It: America's Obsession with Weight and the Industry That Feeds on It. Dutton. [weight; body image; North America; United States]

Freeman J. 2004. The Making of the Modern Kitchen. Berg. [history; contemporary culture; cookery; utensiles; applicances; symbol and meaning; Europe; United Kingdom]

Frisch R. 1983. Fatness and Reproduction: Delayed Menarche and Amenorrhea of Ballet Dancers and College Athletes. In Anorexia Nervosa: Recent Developments in Research. PE Garfinkle, PL Darby, DM Garner, eds. pp. 343-363-. Alan R Liss. [anorexia nervosa; fatness; reproduction; North America; United States]

Gade DW. 1994. Environment, Culture, and Diffusion: The Broad Bean in Quebec. Cahiers De Geographie Du Quebec 38(104):137-150. [food use; crop transfer; North America; French Canada]

Gilday K.1994. The Famine Within. Direct Cinema Limited. [body image; disordered eating; anorexia nervosa; North America]

Gillespie A. 1984. A Wilderness in the Megalopolis: Foodways in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey. In Ethnic and Regional Foodways in the United States: The Performance of Group Identity. LK Brown, K Mussell, eds. pp. 145-168. University of Tennessee Press. [food habits; North America; United States]

Give Md, Cussler M. 1941. Interrelations between the Cultural Pattern and Nutrition. United States Department of Agriculture. [food habits; dietary patterns; North America; United States; (unidentified) Southeastern State]

Glasser I. 1988. More Than Bread: Ethnography of a Soup Kitchen. University of Alabama Press. [poverty; hunger; North America; United States]

Goode J, Curtis K, Theophano J. 1984. Meal Formats, Meal Cycles, and Menu Negotiations in the Maintenance of an Italian-American Community. In Food in the Social Order. M Douglas, ed. pp. 143-218. Russell Sage Foundation. [ethnic fooways; Italian-Americans; North America; United States]

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]

Gordon B, Kang MSY, Cho P, et al. 2000. Dietary Habits and Health Beliefs of Korean-Americans in the San Francisco Bay Area. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 100(10):1188-. [food beliefs; North America; United States; San Francisco; Korean Americans]

Graham A. 1983. Let's Eat!" Committment and Communion in Cooperative Households". In Foodways and Eating Habits. M Jones, ed. Folklore Society of California. [social relations; feast; secular communion; North America; United States]

Grivetti LE. 1995. Morning Meals: North American and Mediterranean Breakfast Patterns: America at Breakfast. Nutrition Today 30:128-134. [food habits; breakfast; North America; Europe; United States; Mediterranean]

Grivetti LE. 1995. Morning Meals: North American and Mediterranean Breakfast Patterns: The European Anglo-Saxon Heritage. Nutrition Today 30:24-29. [food habits; breakfast; North America; Europe; Mediterranean]

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]

Guither HD. 1980. The Food Lobbyists: Behind the Scenes of Food and Agripolitics. Lexington Books. [food system; politics; government regulation; North America; United States]

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]

Gutierrez CP. 1984. The Social and Symbolic Uses of Ethnic/Regional Foodways: Cajuns and Crawfish in South Louisiana. In Ethnic and Regional Foodways in the United States: The Performance of Group Identity. LK Brown, K Mussell, eds. pp. 169-181-. University of Tennessee Press. [symbols; ethic and regional foodways; North America; Cajun]

Gutierrez CP. 1992. Cajun Foodways. University of Mississippi. [food habits; North America; Louisiana; Mississippi]

Hanrahan M, Ewtushik M. 2002. A Veritable Scoff: Sources on Foodways and Nutrition in New Foundland and Labrador. Flanker Press. [bibliography; diet; nutrition; North America; Canada]

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

Harrison GG. 1975. Food Waste Behavior in an Urban Population. Journal of Nutrition Education 7:13-16. [urban society; food system; waste; disposal; North America; United States]

Hawks SR, Madanat HN, Merrill RM, et al. 2002. A Cross-Cultural Analysis of 'Motivation for Eating' as a Potential Factor in the Emergence of Global Obesity: Japan and the United States. Health Promotion International 18(2):153-162. [nutritional transition; eating attitudes; East Asia; North America]

Hendry L, Gillies P. 1978. Body Type, Body Esteem , School, and Leisure: A Study of Overweight Adolescents. Journal of Youth and Adolescence 7(2). [body image; overweight; adolescence; North America; United States]

Hess K. 1992. The Carolian Rice Kitchen: The African Connection. University of South Carolina Press. [food use; North America; United States; South Carolina; African Americans]

Higgins C, Laredo R, Stollar C, et al. 1998. Jewish Food Practices, Customs, and Holidays. American Dietetic Association, American Diabetes Association. [North America; United States; Jews]

Himmelgreen DA, Perez-Escamilla R, Segura-Milla S, et al. 2000. Food Insecurity among Low-Income Hispanics in Hartford, Connecticut: Implications for Public Health Policy. Human Organization 59(3):334-342. [hunger; poverty; North America; United States]

Himmelgreen DA, Perez-Escamilla R, Singer M. 1998. A Comparison of the Nutritional Status and Food Security of Drug-Using and Non-Drug-Using Hispanic Women in Hartford, Connecticut. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 107(3):351-. [nutritional status; women; drugs; North America; United States]

Hooker R. 1981. Food and Drink in America. Bobbs-Merrill. [foodways; drinking customs; North America; United States]

Hudgins S. 1990. Texas Barbecue: A Feast for All Classes. In Feasting and Fasting: Proceedings of the Oxford Symposium on Food and Cookery. H Walker, ed. pp. 106-120. Prospect Books. [feasting; North America; United States]

Humphrey TC, Lin T. 1988. 'We Gather Together': Food and Festival in American Life. UMI Press. [festival; collected papers; North America]

Hunter J. 1973. Geophagy in Africa and the U S : A Culture-Nutrition Hypothesis. Geography Review 1973:171-195. [disease; geophagy; dirt-eating; Africa; North America; United States]

Ikeda J. 1999. Humong American Food Practices, Customs, and Holidays. American Dietetic Association, American Diabetes Association. [North America; Southeast Asia; United States, Laos, Thailand; Vietnam; Humong Americans]

Ikeda JP, Ceja DR, Glass RS, et al. 1991. Food Habits of the Hmong Living in Central California. Journal of Nutrition Education 23:168-175. [North America; United States; Hmong Americans]

Ishihara J, Bobitt N, Schemmel R. 1999. Typical Food Selections of Japanese Children Living in the United States: Comparison with the Recommendations of the Usda Food Guide Pyramid. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 37(6):503-. [food selection; North America; United States; Japanese children]

Jacobs J. 1995. The Eaten Word: The Language of Food, Food in Our Language. Birch Lane. [food words, expressions; English; North America]

Jenkins C. 1980. Geophagy in Fayette County, Tennessee: A Symbolic Interpretation. Tennessee Anthropologist 5(1):73-91. [disease; geophagy; symbolism; North America; United States]

Jerome N. 1975. Flavor Preferences and Food Patterns of Selected U S and Caribbean Blacks. Food Technology 29(6):46-51. [preference; flavor; food habits; North America; United States; Caribbean]

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]

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]

Jones EL. 2003. Dietary Eveness, Prey Choice, and Human-Environment Interactions. Journal of Archaeological Science 31(3):307-317. [archaeology; dietary breadth; ethnology; North America; Canada; Inuit]

Jones MO. 1987. The Proof Is in the Pudding: The Role of Sensation in Food Choice as Revealed by Sensory Deprivation. In Exploring Folk Art: Twenty Years of Thought on Craft, Work, and Aesthetics. pp. 97-106-. UMI Research Press. [foodways; cookery; preference; sensory properties of food; North American; United States]

Kalcik S. 1984. Ethnic Foodways in America: Symbol and the Performance of Identity. In Ethnic and Regional Foodways in the United States: The Performance of Group Identity. LK Brown, K Mussell, eds. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press. [symbolism; ethnic identity; North American; United States]

Kandel RF, Pelto G. 1980. The Health Food Movement: Social Revitalization of Alternative Health Maintenance System. In Nutritional Anthropology. NW Jerome, RF Kandel, GH Pelto, eds. pp. 327-363-. Pleasantville: Redgrave. [food preference; categorization; health food; social movement; revitalization; North America; United States]

Kemp W. 1971. The Flow of Energy in a Hunting Society. Scientific American 225(3):104-115. [ecology; foragers; North America; Greenland; Inuit (Eskimo)]

Kendall L. 2002. Hey, Waitress! The USA from the Other Side of the Tray. University of California Press. [food service; gender roles; restaurants; North America; United States]

Kilbourne J. 1994. Still Killing Us Softly: Advertising and the Obsession with Thinness. In Feminist Perspectices on Eating Disorders. P Fallon, MA Katz, SC Wooley, eds. pp. 395-418-. Guildford. [body image; eating attitudes; disordered eating; advertising and food choice; North America]

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]

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]

Landy D. 1985. Publoktog (Hysteria) and Inuit Nutrition: Possible Implications of Hypervitaminosis A. Social Science and Medicine 21:173-185. [malnutrition; disease; hysteria; North America; Inuit (Eskimo)]

Langdon P. 1986. Orange Roofs, Golden Arches: The Architecture of American Chain Restaurants. Alfred Knopf. [foodways; quick-service restaurants; fast food; North America; United States]

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]

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]

Leistner CG. 1996. Cajun and Creole Food Practices, Customs, and Holidays. American Dietetic Association, American Diabetes Association. [North America; United States; Louisiana; Cajun; Creole]

Lewis JS, Glaspy MF. 1975. Food Habits and Nutrient Intakes of Filipino Women in Los Angeles. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 67:122-125. [North America; United States; California; Filipino Americans]

Lieberman LS. 1979. Medical Nutritional Practices among Puerto Ricans in a Small, Urban Northeastern Community in the United States. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 136:191-198. [nutrition and health; North America; Puerto Ricans]

Ling S, King J, Leung V. 1975. Diet, Growth, and Cultural Food Habits in Chinese American Infants. American Journal of Chinese Medicine 31:125-132. [mother, infant nutrition; North America; United States]

Linton R. 1949. We Gather Together: The Story of Thanksgiving. Shuman. [feast; North America; United States]

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]

Lloyd T. 1983. The Cincinnati Chili Complex. In Foodways and Eating Habits. i Jones, ed. Folklore Society of California. [regional tradition; cookery; North America; United States]

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]

Lockwood Y, Lockwood W. 1991. Pasties in Michigan's Upper Peninsula: Foodways, Interethnic Relations, and Regionalism. In Creative Ethnicity: Symbols and Stragtegies of Contemporary Ethnic Life. S Stern, JA Cicala, eds. Utah State Press. [foodways; foodstuffs; social identity; ethnicity; North America; United States; Michigan (Upper Peninsula)]

Logan M. 1972. Humoral Folk Medicine: A Potential Aid in Controlling Pellagra in Mexico. Ethnomedizin 1:397-411. [malnutrition; diet and disease; pellagra; North America; Mexico]

Longhurst R, Payne P. 1981. Seasonal Aspects of Nutrition. In Seasonal Dimensions to Rural Poverty. R Chambers, R Longhurst, A Pacey, eds. pp. 45-51. Allanheld, Osmun and Company. [seasonal hunger; North America; United States]

Love J. 1986. Mcdonald's: Behind the Arches. Bantam Books. [foodways; food system; restaurants; North America; United States]

Luke A, Cooper RS, Prewitt TE, et al. 2001. Nutritional Consequences of the African Diaspora. Annual Review of Nutrition 21:47-71. [nutritional transition; undernutrition; deficiency disease; overnutrition; Africa; Europe; North America]

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]

MacDonald BA, Watts B, Fitzpatrick D. 1993. Comparison of Taste Thresholds in Selected Canadian and Peruvian Populations. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 30:241-251. [physiology; taste; North America; South America; Canada; Peru]

Mankekar P. 2002. "India Shopping": Indian Grocery Stores and Transnational Configuration of Belonging. Ethnos 67(1):75-98. [ethnic identity; gender; community; North America; United States; San Francisco]

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