FOOD CULTURE and NUTRITION

Mom says,"You must eat all before you can have a dessert" ( Hide Ishiura)

food sharing, commensal patterns, food and social identity

Adapon J. 2008. Culinary Art and Anthropology. New York. [cooking; food habits; cuisine; social relations; Mexico; Milpa Alta.]

Albala K, Eden T, eds. 2011. Food and Faith in Christian Culture. Columbia University Press. [collected essays; religion; food and society ]

Ariel A. 2012. The Hummus Wars. Gastronomica 12(1):34-42. [foodstuff; social aspects; political relations; national identity; Middle East; Israel; Lebannon]

Avieli N. 2005. Vietnamese New Year Rice Cakes: Iconic Festive Dishes and Contested National Identity. Ethnology 44(2):167-188. [ethnic identity; holiday celebration; Southeast Asia]

Ayadi K, Bree J. 2010. An Ethnography of the Transfer of Food Learning within the Family. Young Consumers: Insight and Ideas for Responsible Marketers 11:67-76. [food habits, enculturation, socialization, Europe, France]

Bahr PR. 2007. Race and Nutrition: An Investigation of Black-White Differences in Health-Related Nutritional Behaviours. Sociology of Health & Illness 29:831-856. [social inequality; diet; disease]

Banerji C. 2006. Feeding the Gods: Memories of Food and Culture in Bengal. Seagull. [social relations; ritual; South Asia; India; Bengal]

Barlow K. 2010. Sharing Food, Sharing Values: Mothering and Empathy in Murik Society. Ethos 38(4):339-353. [reciprocity; social relations; Oceania; Papua New Guinea]

Bird-David N. 2008. Feeding Nayaka Children and English Readers: A Bifocal Ethnography of Parental Feeding in "the Giving Environment". Anthropological Quarterly 81(3):523-550. [child feeding; nurturing; sharing; hunter gatherers; South Asia; India; Nayaka]

Bove CF, Sobal J. 2006. Foodwork in Newly Married Couples: Making Family Meals. Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 9(1):69-89(21). [meal preparation; food work; marriage; gender relations; ]

Brown L, Edwards J, Hartwell H. 2010. A Taste of the Unfamiliar. Understanding the Meanings Attached to Food by International Postgraduate Students in England. Appetite 54(1):202-207. [symbol and meaning; national identity; food habits; students; United Kingdom; England]

Cafri G, Yamamiya Y, Brannick M, et al. 2005. The Influence of Sociocultural Factors on Body Image: A Meta-Analysis. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice 12:421-433. [psychological internalization; media; body image; body dissatisfaction; eating disorder; eating pathology; social pressures ]

Castellanos E, Bergstresser SM. 2006. Food Fights at the EU Table: The Gastronomic Assertion of Italian Distinctiveness. Yearbook of European Studies 22:179-202. [politics; social identity; nationality; Europe]

Chen NN. 2009. Food, Medicine, and the Quest for Good Health : Nutrition, Medicine, and Culture. Columbia University Press. [diet therapy; social relations; medical anthropology; food as medicine]

Cheung SCH, Tan C-B, eds. 2007. Food and Foodways in Asia: Resource, Tradition and Cooking. Routledge. [collected papers; food habits; cuisine; trade; social identity; East Asia; Southeast Asia]

Collins FL. 2008. Of Kimchi and Coffee: Globalisation, Transnationalism and Familiarity in Culinary Consumption. Social & Cultural Geography 9(2):151-169. [consumption; national identity; familiarity; Oceania; New Zealand; South Korean students]

Counihan C. 2009. A Tortilla Is Like Life: Food and Culture in the San Luis Valley of Colorado. University of Texas Press. [life histories; ethnography; identity; North America; United States]

Cramer JM, Greene CPWL, eds. 2011. Food as Communication : Communication as Food. Peter Lang. [collected essays; food habits; symbol; meaning; social identity]

Delormier T, Frohlich KL, Potvin L. 2009. Food and Eating as Social Practice - Understanding Eating Patterns as Social Phenomena and Implications for Public Health. Sociology of Health and Illness 31(2): 215-228. [obesity; social relations]

DeSoucey M. 2010. Gastronationalism: Food Traditions and Authenticity Politics in the European Union. American Sociological Review 75(3):432-455. [national identity; marketing; foie gras; Europe]

Dixon J. 2009. From the Imperial to the Empty Calorie: How Nutrition Relations Underpin Food Regime Transitions. Agriculture and Human Values 26(4):321-333. [food and culture; nutritional science; social relations; class; obesity; health]

Edwards F, Mercer D. 2007. Gleaning from Gluttony: An Australian Youth Subculture Confronts the Ethics of Waste. Australian Geographer 38(3):279-296. [gleaning; dumpster diving; consumption patterns; social movement; politics; freegans; Australia]

Fabinyi M. 2012. Historical, Cultural and Social Perspectives on Luxury Seafood Consumption in China. Environmental Conservation 39(1):83-92. [prestige food; social status; East Asia; China]

Fausto C. 2007. Feasting on People: Eating Animals and Humans in Amazonia with Ca* Comment. Current Anthropology 48:497. [cannibalism; commensal relations; South America; Amazon; indigenous people]

Ferguson PP. 2010. Culinary Nationalism. Gastronomica 10(1):102-109. [national identity]

Ferreira MK, Lang L, Chesley G, eds. 2006. Indigenous Peoples and Diabetes : Community Empowerment and Wellness. Carolina Academic Press. [collected essays; malnutrition; disease; diabetes; social conditions]

Flammang JA. 2009. The Taste for Civilization: Food, Politics, and Civil Society. University of Illinois Press. [table manners; eating habits; domestic relations; family meals; food and society; North America]

Fleites-Lear M. 2012. Mirrors in the Kitchen: The New Cuban Woman Cooks Revolutionarily. Food Culture & Society 15(2):241-260. [political ideology; gender relations; cooking; Caribbean; Cuba]

Flynn KC. 2005. Food, Culture, and Survival in an African City. Palgrave Macmillan. [gender; migration; exchange; sex; charity; entitlement; social relations; hunger; Tanzania; Mwanza]

Freedman J, Jurafsky D. 2011. Authenticity in America: Class Distinctions in Potato Chip Advertising. Gastronomica 11(4):46-54. [marketing; social identity; language and culture; North America; United States]

Garine I de, Bengoa JM. 2009. Public Health Nutrition: From Biochemical to the Behavioral Sciences. Nutrition Reviews 67(5):S7-S11. [food habits; theory and method; social anthropology; sociology]

Gaytan MS. 2008. From Sombreros to Sincronizadas - Authenticity, Ethnicity, and the Mexican Restaurant Industry. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 37(3):314-341. [ethnic identity; authenticity; restaurants; Mexico; North America; Mexican Americans]

Giskes K. 2006. A Multilevel Study of Socio-Economic Inequalities in Food Choice Behaviour and Dietary Intake among the Dutch Population: The Globe Study. Public Health Nutrition 9(1):75-83(79). [food choice; social position; economic status; Europe; Netherlands; Eindhoven]

Gross J, Rosenberger N. 2010. The Double Binds of Getting Food among the Poor in Rural Oregon. Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 13(1):47-70. [food insecurity; social class; North America; United States; Oregon]

Gvion L. 2011. Cooking, Food, and Masculinity: Palestinian Men in Israeli Society. Men and Masculinities 14(4):408-429. [gender identity; cooking; restaurants; Middle East]

Gvion L, Trostler N. 2008. From Spaghetti and Meatballs through Hawaiian Pizza to Sushi: The Changing Nature of Ethnicity in American Restaurants. Journal of Popular Culture 41(6):950-974. [social identity]

Hamlett J, Bailey AR, Alexander A, et al. 2008. Ethnicity and Consumption South Asian Food Shopping Patterns in Britain, 1947-75. Journal of Consumer Culture 8(1):91-116. [acculturation; ethnic identity; shopping; Europe; United Kingdom; South Asian immigrants]

Harper D, Faccioli P. 2009. The Italian Way: Food and Social Life. University of Chicago Press. [social relations; foodways; eating habits; Europe; Bologna]

Haydu J. 2011. Cultural Modeling in Two Eras of Us Food Protest: Grahamites (1830s) and Organic Advocates (1960s-70s). Social Problems 58(3):461-487. [social movements; diffusion; politics; North America; United States]

Hepburn SJ. 2008. The Dangers of Foreign Bodies: Contamination of Travelers in and out of Nepal. Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 11(2):191-206. [social relations; caste; South Asia; Nepal]

Hess A. 2007. The Social Bonds of Cooking: Gastronomic Societies in the Basque Country. Cultural Sociology 1(3):383-407. [social organization; commensality; sociology; Europe; Spain]

Hopper LM, Schapiro SJ, Lambeth SP, et al. 2011. Chimpanzees' Socially Maintained Food Preferences Indicate Both Conservatism and Conformity. Animal Behaviour 81(6):1195-1202. [non-human primates; chimpanzee; food preference; social learning; traditions]

Inglis D, Gimlin D, Thorpe C. 2008. Food. Routledge. [food and culture; society; general survey]

Jiang HW, Umezaki M, Ohtsuka R. 2006. Inter-Household Variation in Adoption of Cash Cropping and Its Effects on Labor and Dietary Patterns: A Study in a Li Hamlet in Hainan Island, China. Anthropological Science 114(2):165-173. [social change; economy; East Asia]

Johnston J, Baumann S. 2007. Democracy Versus Distinction: A Study of Omnivorousness in Gourmet Food Writing. American Journal of Sociology 113(1):165-204. [social-movements; authenticity; identity; gourmet; status; North America]

Jones MO. 2007. Food Choice, Symbolism, and Identity: Bread-and-Butter Issues for Folkloristics and Nutrition Studies (American Folklore Society Presidential Address, October 2005). Journal of American Folklore 120(476):129-177. [identity; symbol & meaning; theory & method; applied studies; folklore]

Jordan J. 2008. Elevating the Lowly Dumpling: From Peasant Kitchens to Press Conferences. Ethnology 47(2-3):109-121. [food use; dumplings; symbols; national identity; Europe; Austria]

Kerr RB. 2005. Food Security in Northern Malawi: Gender, Kinship Relations, and Entitlements in Historical Context. Journal of Southern African Studies 31(1):53-74. [food habits; gender relations; household organization; Africa; Ekwendeni; Tumbuka-speakers; Ngoni]

Krogel A. 2009. Dangerous Repasts: Food and the Supernatural in the Quechua Oral Tradition. Food & Foodways: History & Culture of Human Nourishment 17(2):104-132. [food habits; cooking; social relations; family; narrative; South America; Andes]

Lawton J, Ahmad N, Hanna L, et al. 2008. 'We Should Change Ourselves, but We Can't': Accounts of Food and Eating Practices Amongst British Pakistanis and Indians with Type 2 Diabetes. Ethnicity & Health 13(4):305-319. [diet; South Asian foods; type 2 diabetes; social relations; Europe; United Kingdom]

Leerssen J. 2006. From Whiskey to Famine: Food and Intercultural Encounters in Irish History. Yearbook of European Studies 22:49-61. [diet; nationality; ethnic identity; Europe; England; Ireland]

Leynse WLH. 2006. Journeys through 'Ingestible Topography': Socializing the 'Situated Eater' in France. European Studies: A Journal of European Culture, History and Politics 22:129-158. [socialization; enculturation; food preference; children; Europe]

Liechty M. 2005. Carnal Economies: The Commodification of Food and Sex in Kathmandu. Cultural Anthropology 20(1):1-38. [food and culture; commensality; gender relations; modernization; South Asia; Nepal]

Linden A-L, Nyberg M. 2009. The Workplace Lunch Room: An Arena for Multicultural Eating. International Journal of Consumer Studies 33(1):42-48. [ethnicity; social identity; workplace; lunch room; eating habits; Europe; Sweden]

Madden EM, Finch ML, eds. 2006. Eating in Eden: Food and American Utopias. University of Nebraska Press. [collected essays; ideas about food; social movements; North America; United States]

McMullin JM. 2010. The Healthy Ancestor : Embodied Inequality and the Revitalization of Native Hawaiian Health. Left Coast Press. [diet; nutrition; social relations; Oceania; United States; Hawaii; indigenous people.]

Medina FX. 2006. 'Social Wine': Ethnic Identity and Wine Consumption in the Basque Diaspora in Barcelona (Spain). European Studies: A Journal of European Culture, History and Politics 22:111-127. [food use; wine; social identity; Europe]

Mellor J, Blake M, Crane L. 2010. "When I'm Doing a Dinner Party I Don't Go for the Tesco Cheeses:" Gendered Class Distinctions, Friendship and Home Entertaining. Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 13:115-134. [social relations; cultural tastes; Europe; United Kingdom]

Montagne K. 2006. The Quest for Quality: Food and the Notion of 'Trust' in the Gers Area in France. Yearbook of European Studies 22:159-177. [food choice; preference; social relations; Europe]

Moreno-Black G, Homchampa P. 2007. At the Factory, at the Table: Dietary Beliefs and Practices of Thai Industrial Workers. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 46:313-337. [eating habits; social conditions; Southeast Asia; Thailand; industrial workers]

Nukaga M. 2008. The Underlife of Kids' School Lunchtime - Negotiating Ethnic Boundaries and Identity in Food Exchange. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 37(3):342-380. [ethnic identity; school-children; food exchange; sharing; North America; United States]

Overdorff DJ, Erhart EM, Mutschler T. 2005. Does Female Dominance Facilitate Feeding Priority in Black-and-White Ruffed Lemurs (Varecia Variegata) in Southeastern Madagascar? American Journal of Primatology 66(1):7-22. [non-human primates; social relations; lemurs]

Paulson S. 2006. Body, Nation, and Consubstantiation in Bolivian Ritual Meals. American Ethnologist 33(4):650-664. [meat consumption; ritual; national identity; carnival; festival; South America; Bolivia; Mizque; indigenous peoples]

Peace A. 2008. Terra Madre 2006: Political Theater and Ritual Rhetoric in the Slow Food Movement. Gastronomica 8(2):31-39. [symbol; politics; social movement]

Perry S. 2009. Conformism in the Food Processing Techniques of White-Faced Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus Capucinus). Animal Cognition 12(5):705-716. [non-human primates; food processing; tool use; observation; learning; social influences; food and culture]

Pettersson A, Fjellstrom C. 2007. Restaurants as Friends of the Family: Functions of Restaurant Visits in Everyday Life. Journal of Foodservice 18(4):207-217. [eating-out; social relations; Europe; Sweden]

Pliner P, Zec D. 2007. Meal Schemas During a Preload Decrease Subsequent Eating. Appetite 48(3):278-288. [eating behavior; meals; food intake; social context]

Preston-Werner T. 2009. Gallo Pinto: Tradition, Memory, and Identity in Costa Rican Foodways. Journal of American Folklore 122(483):11-27. [social identity; traditional food; memory; Central America; Costa Rica]

Preston-Werner T. 2009. Gallo Pinto: Tradition, Memory, and Identity in Costa Rican Foodways. Journal of American Folklore 122(483):11-27. [regional identity; foodstuff; rice & beans; Central America]

Robertson AF. 2010. Conviviality in Catalonia. Gastronomica 10(1):70-78. [fasting; feasts; social relations; family; food sharing; Europe; Spain]

Roller MB. 2006. Dining Posture in Ancient Rome: Bodies, Values, and Status. Princeton University Press. [commensal pattern; social relations]

Roth LK. 2005. "Beef. It's What's for Dinner": Vegetarians, Meat-Eaters and the Negotiation of Familial Relationships. Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 8(2):181-200(120). [vegetarianism; social effect; family; conflict]

Sari E. 2011. Keskek in the Culinary Culture of Kursunlu: Its Past, Present, and Future. Milli Folklor (90):185-194. [culinary culture; festive meals; meaning; social identity; Europe; Turkey; Anatolia]

Schreier AL, Swedell L. 2012. Ecology and Sociality in a Multilevel Society: Ecological Determinants of Spatial Cohesion in Hamadryas Baboons. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 148(4):580-588. [non-human primates; social relations; band cohesion; food supply; predators; Hamadryas baboons]

Schubert L. 2008. Household Food Strategies and the Reframing of Ways of Understanding Dietary Practices. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 47(3):254-279. [theory and method; social relations; households; provisioning; nutrition]

Siegel B. 2010. Learning to Eat in a Capital City Constructing Public Eating Culture in Delhi. Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 13:71-90. [restaurants; commensality; eating attitudes; South Asia; India; New Delhi]

Silva DOE, Guerrero AFH, Guerrero CH, et al. 2008. The Causality of Nutrition and Food Insecurity of Quilombola Communities with the Construction of the Br-163, Highway, Para, Brazil. Journal of Physical Therapy Science 21:83-97. [food insecurity; social relations; racism; South America; Santarem; Afro-Brazilians]

Simon B. 2010. Everything but the Coffee: Learning About America from Starbucks. University of California Press. [social relations; marketing; food and culture; space; North America; United States ]

Soler C, Plazas MC. 2012. Integration of Ethnic Food into Swedish Food Rituals. The Cultural Fitness of Tacos. Appetite 58(3):928-935. [eating habits; household meals; family relations; Europe]

Strong J. 2006. The Modern Offal Eaters. Gastronomica 6(2):30-39. [food use; taste; social class; economic status; Europe; North America; England; United Kingdom ]

Thomson D, Hassenkamp AM. 2008. The Social Meaning and Function of Food Rituals in Healthcare Practice: An Ethnography. Human Relations 61(12):1775-1802. [social relations; eating habits; United Kingdom; hospital]

Tucker B. 2012. Do Risk and Time Experimental Choices Represent Individual Strategies for Coping with Poverty or Conformity to Social Norms? Evidence from Rural Southwestern Madagascar. Current Anthropology 53(2):149-180. [food choice; preference; anthropological models; social theory]

Tucker CM. 2011. Coffee Culture: Local Experiences, Global Connections. Routledge. [food specie; coffee; social aspects]

Ulusoy K. 2011. Coffee and Coffeehouse Culture in Turkish Society (a Verbal Culture and Social Environmental Education Study). Milli Folklor (89):159-169. [social life; coffee; coffeehouse; Europe; Turkey]

Warin M. 2010. Abject Relations: Everyday Worlds of Anorexia. Rutgers University Press. [disease; anorexia nervosa; social aspects; psychology]

Wiley AS. 2011. Re-Imagining Milk. Routledge. [food use; dairy products; social aspects; nutrition; North America; United States]

Wilk R, Barbosa L, eds. 2012. Rice and Beans: A Unique Dish in a Hundred Places. Berg. [collected essays; food stuffs; national identity; symbol and meaning; globalizaton; cuisine]

Wilson TM. 2006. Introduction: Food, Drink and Identity in Europe: Consumption and the Construction of Local, National and Cosmopolitan Culture. Yearbook of European Studies 22:11-29. [social identity; cultural change]

Ziker JP. 2006. The Social Movement of Meat in Taimyr, Northern Russia. Nomadic Peoples 10(2):105-122. [food sharing; kinship; reciprocity; Siberia; Dolgan; Nganasan ]

see Social Aspects Archive for items published before 2005

Updated 12/2012