TABOO ARCHIVE

Diener P. 1978. The Dialectics of the Sacred Cow: Ecological Adaptation Versus Political Appropriation in the Origins of India's Cattle Complex. Dialectical Anthropology 3(3):221-242. [taboo; sacred cow; politics; South Asia; India]

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]

Ferro-Luzzi G. 1975. Food Avoidances of Indian Tribes. Anthropos 70:385-428. [taboo; South Asia; India]

Ferro-Luzzi G. 1980. Food Avoidances at Puberty and Menstruation in Tamilnad. In Food, Ecology and Culture. JRK Robson, ed. pp. 93-100. Gordon and Breach. [taboo; life cycle; women; South Asia; India; Tamilnad]

Ferro-Luzzi G. 1980. Food Avoidances During the Pueriperium and Lactation in Tamilnad. In Food, Ecology and Culture. JRK Robson, ed. pp. 109-117. Gordon and Breach. [taboo; life cycle; women; South Asia; India]

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]

Harris M. 1966. The Cultural Ecology of India's Sacred Cattle. Current Anthropology 7:51-60. [taboo; beef eating; ecology; South Asia; India]

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]

Laderman C. 1981. Symbolic and Empirical Reality: A New Approach to the Analysis of Food Avoidances. American Ethnologist 8:468-493. [food avoidances; symbolic meaning]

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]

McDonald D. 1977. Food Taboos: A Primitive Environmental Protection Agency. Anthropos 72:734-748. [taboo; ecology]

Nair KN. 1987. Animal Protein Consumption and the Sacred Cow Complex in India. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. Temple University Press. [taboo; sacred cow; protein intake; South Asia; India]

Odebiyi A. 1989. Food Taboos in Maternal and Child Health: The Views of Traditional Healers in Ile-Ife Nigeria. Social Science and Medicine 28:985-996. [taboos; child health; Africa; Nigeria]

O'Laughlin B. 1974. Mediation of Contradiction: Why Mbum Women Do Not Eat Chicken. In Women, Culture, and Society. M Rosaldo, L Lamphere, eds. [taboo; symbolism; women; Africa; Mbum]

Paque C. 1984. Infant Salt Taboos in Morocco. Current Anthropology 25:237-238. [infant feeding; food taboo; Africa; Morocco]

Pool R. 1986. Beliefs Concerning the Avoidance of Food During Pregnancy and the Immediate Post Partum Period in a Tribal Area of Rural Gujarat. Eastern Anthropologist 39(3):251-259. [food avoidance; symbol and meaning; South Asia; India; Gujarat]

Reichel-Dolmatoff G. 1979. Desana Animal Categories, Food Restrictions and the Concept of Color Energies. Journal of Latin American Folklore 4:243-291. [categories; taboo; symbolic meaning; South America; Columbia; Desana]

Ross E. 1978. Food Taboos in Amazon Cultural Ecology. Current Anthropology 19(1):1-36. [taboo; ecology; South American Indian; Amazonia]

Rozin P. 1987. Psychobiology Perspectives on Food Preferences and Avoidances. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. Temple University Press. [preference; avoidance; psychology]

Rozin P, Fallon AE. 1980. The Psychological Categorization of Foods and Non-Foods: A Preliminary Taxonomy of Food Rejections. Appetite 1:193-201-. [psychological categories; taste and preference; food avoidance]

Sahlins M. 1978. Culture as Protein and Profit. The New York Review of Books 25(18):45-53-. [taboo; symbolism; prehistory; cannibalism; Mexico; Aztec]

Sakr AH. 1971. Dietary Regulations and Food Habits of Muslims. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 58:123-126. [food prescriptions, proscriptions; religion; Islam]

Simoons F. 1974. Rejection of Fish as Human Food in Africa: A Problem in History and Ecology. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 3:89-105. [food taboo; fish; Africa]

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

Spielmann K. 1989. A Review: Dietary Restrictions on Hunter-Gatherer Women and the Implications for Fertility and Infant Mortality. Human Ecology 17:321-345. [food avoidances; taboos; maternal nutrition; infant nutrition]

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

Taylor D. 1950. The Meaning of Dietary and Occupational Restrictions among the Island Carib. American Anthropologist 52:243-249. [taboo; couvade; Caribbean; Island Carib]

Trant H. 1954. Food Taboos in East Africa. Lancet 8:703-705. [food taboos; East Africa]

Visser M. 1987. Much Depends on Dinner: The Extraordinary History and Mythology, Allure and Obsessions, Perils and Taboos, of an Ordinary Meal. Grove Press. [Europe; england; taboos and avoidances; history; mythology; dinning]

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

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