Social Aspects Archive (commensality, food sharing, identity, etc)

Abdullah M, Wheeler EF. 1985. Seasonal Variations in the Intra-Household Distribution of Food in Bangladeshi Village. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 41:1305-1313. [social relations; family; food sharing; South Asia; Bangladesh]

Acharya PK. 2003. Maternal Factors and Nutritional Status of Preschool Children. Man in India 83(1-2):109-119. [maternal, child nutrition; social conditions; South Asia; India; Bhubaneswar ]

Aguirre P. 2004. Socioanthropological Aspects of Obesity in Poverty. Obesity and Poverty. A New Public Health Challenge 1(1):11-22(12). [obesity; poverty; social and economic conditions; women; South America; Argentina]

Allport S. 2000. The Primal Feast: Food, Sex, Foraging, and Love. Harmony Books. [paleoanthropology; social relations]

Anigbo OA. 1987. Commensality and Human Relationship among the Igbo. University of Nigeria Press. [social relations; African; Nigeria; Igbo]

Appadurai A. 1981. Gastro Politics in Hindu South Asia. American Ethnologist 8:494-511. [social relations; power; symbolism; South Asia; India; Hindu]

Appadurai A. 1988. How to Make a National Cuisine: Cookbooks in Contemporary India. Comparative Studies in Society and History 30(1):3-24. [social relations; caste; Hindu beliefs; South Asia]

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]

Bahloul J. 1989. From a Muslim Banquet to a Jewish Seder: Foodways and Ethnicity among North African Jews. In Jews among Arabs: Contacts and Boundaries. MR Cohen, AL Udovitch, eds. pp. 85-96. Darwin. [social relations; ethnic food habits; North Africa]

Bahuchet S. 1990. Food and Nutrition in the African Rain Forest : Selected Data from the Research Team in Food Anthropology. Unesco/MAB. [food supply; social relations; Africa; tropical]

Ball EL. 2003. Greek Food after Mousaka: Cookbooks, 'Local' Culture, and the Cretan Diet. Journal of Modern Greek Studies 21(1):1-36. [cookbooks; identity; Europe; Greece; Crete]

Banerji C. 2001. The Hour of the Goddess, Memories of Women, Food and Ritual in Bengal. Seagull Books. [cookery; food habits; gender relations; religion; South Asia; India]

Barlow K. 1984. The Social Context of Infant Feeding in the Murik Lakes of Papua, New Guinea. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 15:61-72. [social relations; infant feeding; Oceania; New Guinea]

Bateson G, Mead M. 1942. Balinese Character: A Photographic Analysis. [social relations; commensality; appetite expression; Indonesia; Bali]

Becker AE. 1995. Body, Self, and Society : The View from Fiji. University of Pennsylvania Press. [social relations; food sharing; body image; Oceania; Fiji]

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 W, Scranton P. 2001. Food Nations: Selling Taste in Consumer Societies. Routledge. [collected essays; marketing, consumer behavior; national identity]

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]

Bishop C. 1978. Cultural and Biological Adaptations to Deprivation: The Northern Ojibwa Case. In Extinction and Survival in Human Populations. C Laughlin, I Brady, eds. pp. 208-230. New York: Columbia University Press. [famine; starvation; social relations; North American Indians; Ojibwa]

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]

Bliege BR, Bird D. 1997. Delayed Reciprocity and Tolerated Theft. Current Anthropology 38(1):49-78. [food sharing; behavioral ecology; Australia; Torres Straits; Nerian]

Bodley J. 1985. The Anthropology of Contemporary Human Problems. [Industrial food systems; urban society; cultural evolution]

Bolton L. 2001. Classifying the Material - Food, Textiles and Status in North Vanuatu. Journal of Material Culture 6(3):251-268. [food and culture; social status; Oceania; Vanuatu; Ambae]

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

Brown EP. 1991. Sex and Starvation: Famine and Three Chadian Societies. In The Political Economy of African Famine. R Downs, D Kerner, S Reyna, eds. pp. 293-321. [disaster; social class; gender; Africa; Chad]

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]

Buckner A. 1999. Keeping Kosher: Eating and Social Identity among the Jews of Denmark. Ethnology 38:191-209. [eating habits; social relations; Europe]

Caplan P. 1997. Food, Health and Identity. Routledge. [collected essays; change; social relations]

Carloni AS. 1971. Sex Disparities in the Distribution of Food within Rural Households. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 6:3-6. [food distribution; sharing; household; gender relations]

Cawte J. 1978. Gross Stress in Small Islands: A Study in Macro-Psychiatry. In Extinction and Survival in Human Populations. C Laughlin, I Brady, eds. pp. 95-121. Columbia University Press. [famine; social relations; Oceania; Australian Aborigines]

Chakrabarty M. 1996. Gender Differences in Cereal Intake: Possible Impacts of Social Group Affiliation and Season. Anthropologisher Anzeiger 54(4). [dietary intake; social relations; South Asia; India]

Chen L, Huq E, d'Souza S. 1981. Sex Bias in the Family Allocation of Food and Health Care in Rural Bangladesh. Population and Development Review 7:55-70. [household relations; food sharing; South Asia; Bangladesh]

Christie ME. 2004. Kitchenspace, Fiestas, and Cultural Reproduction in Mexican House-Lot Gardens. Geographical Review 94(3):368-390. [kitchen; kitchen garden; festivals; food preparation; social relations; Mexico]

Cohen Y. 1961. Food and Its Vicissitudes: A Cross-Cultural Study in Sharing and Nonsharing. In Social Structure and Personality. Y Cohen, ed. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. [food sharing; enculturation]

Colson E. 1979. In Good Years and Bad: Food Strategies of Self-Reliant Societies. Journal of Anthropological Research 35:18-29. [famine; hunger; social relations; Africa]

Connell KH. 1955. Marriage in Ireland after the Famine. Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland 19:82-103. [mass starvation; social relations; Europe; Ireland]

Cook PH, Wyndham AJ. 1953. Patterns of Eating Behavior. Human Relations 6(2):141-160. [social relations; industrial workers; lunchtime; Western culture; Australia]

Cooper E. 1986. Chinese Tables Manners: You Are How You Eat. Human Organization 45(2):179-184. [social relations; manners; East Asia; China]

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

Counihan CM. 2004. Around the Tuscan Table: Food, Family, and Gender in Twentieth Century Florence. Routledge. [social life; family meals; gender; Europe; Italy]

Counihan CM, Kaplan S. 1998. Food and Gender: Identity and Power. Gordon and Breach. [food symbols; social relations; gender identity; body images]

Counihan CM, van Esterik P. 1997. Food and Culture. Routledge. [collected essays (reprints); food symbols; social relations; body image; hunger; miscellaneous]

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

de Garine I. 1976. Food, Tradition and Prestige. In Food, Nutrition, and Evolution: Food as an Environmental Factor in the Genesis of Human Variability. D Walcher, ed. pp. 151-173. [social relations; prestige; Africa]

de Garine I. 1996. Food and the Status Quest in Five African Cultures. In Food and the Status Quest. P Wiessner, W Schiefenhovel, eds. pp. 193-217. Berghahn. [social relations; Africa; Cameroon; Massa; Mussey; Koma; Yassa; Mvae]

Delamont S. 1983. Lobster, Chicken, Cake, and Tears: Deciphering Wedding Meals. In The Sociology of Food and Eating. A Murcott, ed. Gower Press. [wedding; ceremony; meals; social life]

den Hartog AP. 1972. Unequal Distribution of Food within the Household. Fao Nutrition Newsletter 10(4):8-17. [social relations; distribution; household]

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]

DeWalt K, Pelto G. 1977. Food Use and Household Ecology in a Mexican Community. In Nutrition and Anthropology in Action. TK Fitzgerald, ed. pp. 70-93. van Gorcum. [social life; domestic relations; ecology; Mexico]

Dirks R. 1979. Relief Induced Agonism. Disasters 3(2):195-198. [seasonal hunger; starvation; behavioral disease; social relations]

Dirks R. 1980. Social Responses During Severe Food Shortage and Famine. Current Anthropology 21:21-44. [starvation; social relations]

Dirks R. 1999. Political Rights and Famine. In Alimentacion Y Cultura Actas Del Congreso Internacional. E Museo Nacional de Antropologia, ed. Vol. 2, pp. 711-728. La Val de Onsera. [mass starvation, political relations]

Doshi SL. 1995. Anthropology of Food and Nutrition. Rawat Publications. [food habits; nutrition; social life; South Asia; India; Rajasthan; Bhil]

Douglas M. 1975. The Sociology of Bread. In Bread: Social, Nutritional, and Agricultural Aspects of Wheaten Bread. A Spicer, ed. London: Elsevier. [food use; social life]

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

Douglas M. 1984. Food in the Social Order: Studies of Food and Festivities in Three American Communities. Russell Sage Foundation. [ethnic foodways; social life; celebration; ritual; North America; United States; African American; American Indian; Italian American]

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

DuBois C. 1941. Food and Hunger in Alor. In Language, Culture and Personality : Essays in Memory of Edward Sapir. L Spier, AI Hallowell, SS Newman, eds. pp. 272-281. [social relations; sharing; anxiety; personality development; Indonesia; Alor]

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]

Dundon A. 2004. Tea and Tinned Fish: Christianity, Consumption and the Nation in Papua New Guinea. Oceania 75(2):73-88. [culture change; consumption; store foods; national identity; Oceania; PNG; Western Province; Gogodala ]

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]

Eibes-Eiblesfeldt I. 1972. Love and Hate. Schocken Books. [behavioral evolution; feeding behavior; social relations]

Eibl-Eibesfeldt I. 1996. The Evolution of Nurturant Dominance. In Food and the Status Quest. P Wiessner, W Schiefenhovel, eds. pp. 33-38. Berghahn. [social status; food sharing; feeding behavior; ethnology]

Engle PL. 1990. Intra-Household Allocation of Resources: Perspectives from Psychology. In Intra-Household Resource Allocation. BL Rogers, NP Schlossman, eds. pp. 63-79. United Nation University Press. [family; food sharing; psychology]

Evans NS, Dowler EA. 1999. Food, Health and Eating among Single Homeless and Marginalized People in London. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics 12(3):179-. [social relations; diet and health; Europe; England; London]

Evers S, McIntosh WA. 1977. Social Indicators of Human Nutrition: Measure of Nutritional Status. Social Indicators Research 4:185-205. [nutritional status; social indicators; measurement methods]

Farquhar J. 2002. Appetites: Food and Sex in Post-Socialist China. Duke University Press. [health & medicine; social identity; feasting; self & collectivity; East Asia; China]

Feldman-Savelsberg P. 1999. Plundered Kitchens, Empty Wombs : Threatened Reproduction and Identity in the Cameroon Grassfields. University of Michigan Press. [food symbols; gender identity; Africa; Cameroon; Bangangté]

Firth R. 1959. Social Change in Tikopia. Macmillan. [famine; behavioral effects; social relations; Oceania; Polynesia; Tikopia]

Fischler C. 1988. Food, Self, and Identity. Social Science Information 27(2):275-292. [social identity]

Flynn KC. 1999. Food, Gender, and Survival among Street Adults in Mwanza, Tanzania. Food and Foodways 8(3):175-201. [hunger; poverty; homeless; social relations; Africa]

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

Fortes M, Fortes SL. 1936. Food in the Domestic Economy of the Tallensi. Africa 9:237-276. [social relations; family; household; food habits; Africa; Tallensi]

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

Germov J, Williams L. 1996. The Epidemic of Dieting Women: The Need for a Sociological Approach to Food and Nutrition. Appetite 27(2):97-108. [overweight; dieting; social problem]

Gillespie A, Achterberg C. 1989. Comparison of Family Interaction Patterns Related to Food and Nutrition. Journal of American Dietetics Association 89:509-512. [social relations; symbolic meanings]

Gillette MB. 2000. Between Mecca and Beijing: Modernization and Consumption among Urban Chinese Muslims. Stanford University Press. [food habit change; ethnic identity; consumption; Islam; East Asia; Hui]

Gittelsohn J. 1991. Opening the Box: Intrahousehold Food Allocation in Rural Nepal. Social Science and Medicine 33:1141-1154. [food sharing; distribution; family relations; South Asia; Nepal]

Goodman D, Redclift M. 1991. Refashioning Nature: Food, Ecology, and Culture. Routledge. [Ecology; social relations; change; nutrition; food habits]

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

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]

Graves T. 2002. Bread and Oil: Majorcan Culture's Last Stand. University of Wisconsin. [foodways; social life; cookery; Europe; Spain; Majorca]

Greene L. 1977. Hyperendemic Goiter, Cretinism and Social Organization in Highland Ecuador. In Malnutrition, Behavior, and Social Organization. a Greene, ed. pp. 55-94-. New York: Academic Press. [malnutrition; disease; social relations; South America; Ecuador]

Greene L. 1980. Social and Biological Predictors of Physical Growth and Neurological Development in an Area Where Iodine and Protein-Energy Malnutrition Are Endemic. In Social and Biological Predictors of Nutritional Status. LS Greene, FE Johnston, eds. pp. 223-256-. Academic Press. [malnutrition; social relations; South America; Ecuador]

Gross R, Dresrusse G. 1996. Nutritional Security and the Status Quest in Developing Countries. In Food and the Status Quest. P Wiessner, W Schiefenhovel, eds. pp. 263-275. Berghahn. [social relations; identity and nutritional practices]

Groth MV, Fagt S, Brondsted L. 2001. Social Determinants of Dietary Habits in Denmark. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 55(11):959-966. [social relations; Europe]

Guerron-Montero C, Moreno-Black G. 2001. Household Structure and Dietary Patterns in the Afro-Ecuadorian Highlands. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 22(1):23-30. [social relations, domestic; diet; South America; Ecuador; Afro-Ecuadorian]

Gurven M, Hill K, Lyles R. 2000. Food Transfers among Hiwi Foragers of Venezuela: Tests of Reciprocity. Human Ecology 28(2):171-. [social relations; exchange; South America; Venezuela; Hiwi]

Hanchett S. 1975. Hindu Potlatches: Ceremonial Reciprocity and Prestige in Karnataka. In Competition and Modernization in South Asia. HE Ullrich, ed. pp. 27-59. Abhinav. [feasts; social relations; prestige; South Asia; India]

Hansen A. 1986. Coping with Famine, Drought, and War in Sub-Saharan Africa: Natural Disasters and Cultural Responses. Studies in Third World Societies 36:227-254. [poverty; disaster; mass starvation; indigenous coping strategies; social responses; Africa]

Harbottle L. 2000. Food for Health, Food for Wealth. The Performance of Ethnic and Gender Identities by Iranian Settlers in Britain. Berghahn Books. [food habits; social conditions; women; Europe; United Kingdom; Great Britain; Iranian immigrants]

Harper E. 1964. Ritual Pollution as an Integrator of Caste and Religion. In Religion in South Asia. E Harper, ed. [social relations; caste; exchange; pollution; taboo; South Asia; India]

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]

Hawkes K. 1991. Showing Off: Tests of a Hypothesis About Men's Foraging Goals. Ethnology and Sociobiology 2:29-54. [food sharing; human evolution; behavioral ecology; hunter-gatherer; South America; Paraguay; Ache]

Hayden B. 1996. Feasting in Prehistoric and Traditional Societies. In Food and the Status Quest. P Wiessner, W Schiefenhovel, eds. pp. 127-147. Berghahn. [feasts and celebrations; social relations; archaeology; ethnology]

Hendry J. 1990. Food as Social Nutrition. In Food for Humanity: Cross Disciplinary Readings. M Chapman, H Macbeth, eds. Center for the sciences of food and nutrition, Oxford Polytechnic. [social relations; East Asia; Japan]

Holmberg A. 1950. Nomads of the Long Bow. [food shortage; hunger; social relations; South American Indians; Siriono]

Holtzman J. 2001. The Food of Elders, the "Ration" of Women: Brewing, Gender, and Domestic Processes among the Samburu of Northern Kenya. American Anthropologist 104(4):1041-1058. [foodstuffs; beer; gender; social relations; Africa]

Howard M, Millard A. 1997. Hunger and Shame: Child Malnutrition and Poverty on Mount Kilimanjaro. Routledge. [child malnutrition; poverty; social relations; Africa; Tanzania; Chagga]

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]

Hupkens C. 2000. Social Class Differences in Food Consumption: The Explanatory Value of Permissiveness and Health and Cost Considerations. European Journal of Public Health 10(2):108-113. [social relations; eating habits; food costs; middle class; lower class; child nutrition; Europe; Netherlands; Belgium; Germany]

Huss-Ashmore R, Katz S. 1989. African Food Systems in Crisis, Part One: Microperspectives. Gordon and Breach. [famine; disaster; seasonal hunger; ecology; social relations; Africa]

Huss-Ashmore R, Katz S. 1991. African Food Systems in Crisis, Part Two: Contending with Change. Gordon and Breach. [famine; disaster; seasonal hunger; ecology; social relations; Africa]

Isaac G. 1978. The Food-Sharing Behavior of Protohuman Hominids. Scientific American 238:90-106. [behavioral evolution; non-human primates; social relations]

Jarvenpa R. 1999. Bush Food/Country Food/Town Food: Power, Meaning and Dietary Transformation in Three Societies. In Alimentacion Y Cultura Actas Del Congreso Internacional, Vol Ii 1998. E Museo Nacional de Antropologia, ed. pp. 729-748-. La Val de Onsera. [change; social meaning; North American Indians; Chipewyan (Dene); Europe; Finland; Central America; Costa Rica; Terraba]

Jerome NW. 1974. Socio-Cultural Issues Concerning Nutrition in Childhood and Adolescence. Journal of the National Medical Association 66(4):355-357. [child nutrition; social involvements]

Johnson O. 1980. The Social Context of Intimacy and Avoidance: A Videotape Study of Machiguenga Meals. Ethnology 14(3):353-366. [social relations; commensality; South American Indian; Machiguenga]

Johnsson M. 1988. Food and Culture among the Bolivian Aymara. Uppsala University Press. [social relations; foodways; diet; South American Indian; Bolivia; Aymara]

Jolles CZ. 2002. Faith, Food, and Family in a Yupik Whaling Community. University of Washington Press. [subsistance; social relations; food system; North American Indian]

Jones P, Shears P, Hillier D, et al. 2003. Return to Traditional Values? A Case Study of Slow Food. British Food Journal 105(4-5):297-304. [social movement]

Joseph FG. 1981. Commentary: Influence of Development Factors on Nutritional Patterns in the Solomon Islands. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 10:187-191-. [social development and culture change; Oceania; Solomon Islands]

Kahn M. 1986. Always Hungry, Never Greedy. Waveland. [symbolism; appetite expression; social relations; sharing; Oceania; New Guinea]

Kaiser L, Dewey K. 1991. Household Economic Strategies, Food Resource Allocation, and Intrahousehold Patterns of Dietary Intake in Rural Mexico. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 27:123-145-. [household; food sharing; distribution (allocation); dietary intake; Middle America; Mexico]

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]

Kaplan H, Hill K. 1985. Food Sharing among Ache Foragers: Tests of Explanatory Hypotheses. Current Anthropology 26:223-246. [social relations; human evolution; behavioral ecology; South America; Paraguay]

Kearney M. 1972. The Winds of Ixtepeji. New York. [foodways; diet; food sharing; drinking patterns; Mexico; Zapotec]

Kennedy E, Haddad L. 2000. The Nutrition of Women in the Developing World. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1439-1443. Cambridge University Press. [nutritional anthropology; maternal, infant nutrition; household relations]

Khare RS. 1976. The Hindu Hearth and Home. Vikas Publishing House. [symbol; commensal relations; nutritional anthropology; South Asia; India]

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]

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

Krondl M, Lau D. 1983. Social Determinants in Human Food Selection. In The Psychobiology of Human Food Selection. LM Baker, ed. pp. 139-151. AVI. [food selection; social relations]

Kucera B, McIntosh WA. 1991. Family Size as a Determinant of Children's Dietary Intake. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 25:1-12. [interhousehold food allocation; family size; sharing; children]

Lancaster J. 1978. Carrying and Sharing. Human Nature. [human evolution; social behavior]

Laughlin C, Jr. 1978. Adaptation and Exchange in So: A Diachronic Study of Deprivation. In Extinction and Survival in Human Populations. C Laughlin, Jr., I Brady, eds. pp. 76-94. Columbia University Press. [social relations; disaster; hunger; economic exchange; Africa; Uganda; So]

Lee R. 1969. Eating Christmas in the Kalahari. Natural History 78(10):14-22. [social relations; food giving; sharing; Africa; Kung San]

Lee RB. 2003. The Dobe Ju/'Hoansi. 3rd edition edition. Wadsworth. [subsistance; food habits; dietary change; social relations; Africa; Kalahari Desert]

Leitch A. 2003. Slow Food and the Politics of Pork Fat: Italian Food and European Identity. Ethnos 68(4):437-462. [social identity; social movements; consumption; Europe; Italy]

Lemonnier P. 1996. Food, Competition, and the Status of Food in New Guinea. In Food and the Status Quest. P Wiessner, W Schiefenhovel, eds. pp. 219-234. Berghahn. [social relations; pig feasts; Oceania]

Leonard W, Thomas RB. 1989. Biosocial Responses to Seasonal Food Stress in Highland Peru. Human Biology 61:65-85. [ecology; physiology; social relations; hunger; South America; Peru]

Lockett C, Calvert C, Grivetti L. 2000. Energy and Micronutrient Composition of Dietary and Medicinal Wild Plants Consumed During Drought: Study of Rural Fulani, Northeastern Nigeria. International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition 51:195-208. [famine; foodstuffs; vegetable foraging; social conditions; Africa]

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)]

Macbeth H, Green A. 1997. Nationality and Food Preferences in the Cerdanya Valley, Eastern Pyrennes. In Food Preferences and Taste. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 139-154. Berghahn. [social identity; nationality; food habits; Europe; France; Spain]

Mackintosh M. 1989. Gender, Class, and Rural Transition: Agribusiness and the Food Crisis in Senegal. Zed Books. [hunger; gender relations; development; agribusiness; Africa; Senegal]

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]

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]

Marlowe FW. 2004. What Explains Hadza Food Sharing? Research in Economic Anthropology 23. [food sharing; food collectors; Africa; Hadza]

Marriott M. 1964. Caste Ranking and Food Transactions: A Matrix Analysis. In Structure and Change in Indian Society. M M Singer, B Cohn, eds. [social relations; caste; exchange; pollution; South Asia; India]

Mars L. 1997. Food and Disharmony: Commensality among Jews. Food and Foodways 7(3):189-202. [commensal relations; conflict; ritual; Jews]

Marshall L. 1961. Sharing, Talking, and Giving: Relief of Social Tensions among Kung Bushmen. Africa 31:231-249. [social relations; sharing; giving; Africa; Kung San]

Marshall LB. 1984. Wage Employment and Infant Feeding: A Papua New Guinea Case. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 14:170-190. [economic and social change; infant feeding; Oceanian; Papua New Guinea]

Mastria MR. 2002. Ethnicity and Eating Disorders. Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy 19(1):59-78. [social identity; body image; ethnic minorities; North America; United States]

Matos Viegas Sd. 2003. Eating with Your Favorite Mother: Time and Sociality in a Brazilian Amerindian Community. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Society 9(1):21-38. [social relations; parent-child bond; food and kinship; Bahia; Caboclo]

Mayer A. 1960. Caste and Kinship in Central India. [social relations; caste; exhange; pollution; South Asia]

McCullough A, Kirksey A, Wachs TD. 1990. Vitamin B Status of Egyptian Mothers: Relation to Infant Behavior and and Maternal-Infant Interaction. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 51:108-. [nutritional status; mother-infant behavior; social interaction; Africa; Egypt]

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]

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]

Menzies I. 1970. Psychosocial Aspects of Eating. Journal of Psychosomatic Research 14(3):223-227. [symbolism; social relations; eating habits]

Messer E. 1990. Intra-Household Allocation of Resources: Perspectives from Anthropology. In Intra-Household Resource Allocation. BL Rogers, NP Schlossman, eds. pp. 51-62. United Nations University. [intra-household allocation; food sharing; social relations]

Meyers M. 2001. A Bite Off Mama's Plate: Mothers' and Daughters' Connections through Food. Bergin and Garvey. [social relations; mother-daughter; food-related work; North America]

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]

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