SOUTHEAST ASIA ARCHIVE

Alegre EN, Fernandez DG. 1991. Kinilaw: A Philippine Cuisine of Freshness. Bookmark. [cookery; food habits; Southeast Asia; Philippines]

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

den Hartog AP. 1986. Diffusion of Milk as a New Food to Tropical Regions: The Example of Indonesia, 1880-1942. Stichting Voeding Nederland. [food use; dairy; culture history; Southeast Asia; Indonesia]

Dournes J. 1977. Time and Menu. In The Anthropologists Cookbook. J Kuper, ed. pp. 161-164. Universe Books. [folk classification; structure; mealtimes; table manners; Southeast Asia; Vietnam; Jorai]

DuBois C. 1956. Attitudes toward Food and Hunger in Alor. In Personal Character and Cultural Milieu. D Haring, ed. pp. 241-253. Syracuse University Press. [hunger; social relations; personality; Southeast Asia; Alor]

Ea M. 1984. War and Famine: The Example of Kampuchea. In Famine as a Geographical Phenomenon. B Currey, G Hugo, eds. pp. 33-47. [mass starvation; Southeast Asia; Kampuchea]

Ekachai S. 1990. Behind the Smile, Voices of Thailand. Food First Books. [economic development; hunger; poverty; Southeast Asia; Thailand]

Fernandez D. 1988. Sarap: Essays on Philippine Food. Mr & Mrs Publishing Company. [food habits; Southeast Asia; Philippines]

Fernandez D. 1994. Tikim: Essays on Philippine Food and Culture. Anvil. [cookery; foodways; Southeast Asia; Philippines]

Firth R. 1966. Housekeeping among Malay Peasants. Althone Press. [food habits; Southeast Asia; Malay]

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

Hanks J, Hauck H. 1968. Food Habits and Nutrient Intakes in a Siamese Rice Village. Cornell University Press. [foodways; dietary intake; Southeast Asia; Thailand]

Hubert A. 1997. Choices of Food and Cuisine in the Concept of Social Space among the Yao of Thailand. In Food Preferences and Taste. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 167-174. Berghahn. [food preferences; social relations; spatial meaning; meal pattern; Southeast Asia]

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]

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]

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

Laderman C. 1983. Wives and Midwives: Child Birth and Nutrition in Rural Malasia. [maternal nutrition; reproduction; Southeast Asia; Malasia]

Laderman C. 1984. Food Ideology and Eating Behavior: Contributions from Malay Studies. Social Science and Medicine 19:547-559. [ideas about food; Southeast Asia; Malasia]

Launer LJ, Habicht JP. 1989. Concept About Infant Health, Growth, and Weaning: A Comparison between Nutritional Scientists and Mudurese Mothers. Social Science and Medicine 29(1):13-22. [infant feeding; nutritional education; beliefs; Southeast Asia; Indonesia; Madura]

Manderson L. 1981. Traditional Food Beliefs and Traditional Life Events in Peninsular Malaysia. Social Science Information 20(6):947-975. [beliefs; social relations; Southeast Asia; Malaysia]

Manderson L. 1984. These Are Modern Times: Infant Feeding Practice in Peninsular Malaysia. Social Science and Medicine 18:47-57. [infant feeding; Southeast Asia; Malaysia]

Manderson L. 1986. Food Classification and Restriction in Peninsular Malaysia: Nature, Culture, Hot and Cold? In Shared Wealth and Symbol: Food, Culture and Society in Oceania and Southeast Asia. L Manderson, ed. Cambridge University Press. [food classification; Southeast Asia; Malaysia]

Manderson L, Mathews M. 1981. Vietnamese Behavioral and Dietary Precautions During Pregnancy. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 11:1-8. [food choice; avoidances; pregnancy; childbirth; Southeast Asia; Vietnam]

McKay D. 1971. Food, Illness and Folk Medicine: Insights from Ulu Trengganu, West Malaysia. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 1:67-72. [folk beliefs; illness; Southeast Asia; Malaysia]

Owen S. 1973. Introducing Children to Food and Table Manners in Java. Food Culture and History 1:61-73. [attitudes toward eating; manners; Southeast Asia; Java]

Senaur B. 1988. Determinants of the Intrahousehold Allocation of Food in the Rural Philippines. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 70:170-180. [social relations; household; food distribution; Southeast Asia; Philippines]

Simoons FJ. 1970. The Traditional Limits of Milking and Milk Use in Southern Asia. Anthropos 65:547-593. [food use; dairy; South Asia; Southeast Asia]

Sing P. 1981. Traditional Recipes of Laos. Prospect Books. [cookery; recipes; Southeast Asia; Laos]

Storey M, Harris LJ. 1988. Food Preferences, Beliefs, and Practices of Southeast Asian Refugee Adolescents. Journal of School Health 58:273-276. [preferences; beliefs; North America; United States; Southeast Asian Americans]

Storey M, Harris LJ. 1989. Food Habits and Dietary Change of Southeast Asian Refugee Families Living in the United States. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 89:800-803. [food habit change; North America; United States; Southeast Asian Americans]

Tan M. 1970. Social and Cultural Aspects of Food Patterns and Food Habits in Five Rural Areas of Indonesia. National Insitute of Economic and Social Research. [Southeast Asia; Indonesia]

Trankell I-B. 1995. Cooking, Care, and Domestication: A Culinary Ethnography of the Tai Yong, Northern Thailand. Stockholm. [food habits; food & culture; social life; Southeast Asia]

Trankell IB. 1995. Cooking, Care, and Domestication: A Culinary Ethnography of the Tai Yong, Northern Thailand. Uppsala University Press. [food categories; processing; gender relations; ritual and meaing; Southeast Asia]

van Esterik P. 1995. From Marco Polo to Mcdonalds: Thai Cuisine in Transition. Food and Foodways 5:177-193. [change; Southeast Asia; Thailand]

Volkman TA. 1985. Feasts of Honor: Ritual and Change in the Toraja Highlands. University of Illinios Press. [feasts; culture change; Southeast Asia; Indonesia; Toraja]

Voss J. 1987. The Politics of Pork and the Rituals of Rice: Redistributive Feasting and Commodity Circulation in Northern Luzon, Philippines. In Beyond the New Economic Anthropology. J Clammer, ed. Macmillan. [social relations; food sharing; feasting; symbolic meaning; Southeast Asia; Philippines; Luzon]

Wilson C. 1971. Food Beliefs Affect Nutritional Status of Malay Fisherfolks. Journal of Nutritional Education 2:96-98. [food beliefs; symbols and meanings; nutritional status; Southeast Asia; Malaysia]

Wilson C. 1973. Food Taboos of Childbirth: The Malay Example. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 2:267-274. [taboo; childbrith; Southeast Asia; Malaysia; Malay]

Wilson C. 1975. Rice, Fish, and Coconuts -- the Bases of Southeast Asian Flavors. Food Technology 29:42-44. [foodstuffs; Southeast Asia]

Wilson C. 1985. Staples and Calories in Southeast Asia. In Food Energy in Tropical Ecosystems. DJ Cattle, KH Schwerin, eds. pp. 65-81. [diet; Southeast Asia]

Wilson C. 1986. Social and Nutritional Context of "Ethnic Foods:" Malay Examples. In Shared Wealth and Symbol: Food, Culture and Society in Oceania. L Manderson, ed. Cambridge University Press. [social relations; diet; infant feeding; Southeast Asia; Malaysia]

Young M. 1986. The Worst Disease: Cultural Definition of Hunger in Kalauna. In Shared Wealth and Symbol: Food, Culture and Society in Oceania and Southeast Asia. L Manderson, ed. Cambridge University Press. [hunger; meaning; Oceania; Melanesia; Kalaun]

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