Sociology of Food and Nutrition The Social Appetite
Edition: 3rd 2008 (Revised)
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Description: The authors introduce readers to the field of food sociology. The text is designed to be used as both a general reader, bringing together many of the key authors in the field and focusing on topics that dominate the literature, as well as a teaching text on the social aspects of food and nutrition.
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List price: $77.99
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Oxford University Press Australia & New Zealand
Publication date: 8/1/2008
Size: 6.75" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
John Germov is a professor of sociology and is the coauthor of Get Great Information Fast.
|Acronyms and Abbreviations|
|Exploring the Social Appetite: A Sociology of Food and Nutrition|
|The Food System: Globalisation and Agribusiness|
|World Hunger: Its Roots and Remedies|
|Unsustainable Food Production: Its Social Origins and Alternatives|
|Agribusiness, Genetic Engineering and the Corporatisation of Food|
|Operating Upstream and Downstream: How Supermarkets Exercise Power in the Food System|
|Food and Nutrition Discourses, Politics and Policies|
|The Politics of Government Dietary Advice|
|Functional Foods and Public Health Nutrition Policy|
|The Public Health Nutrition Workforce: A Sociological Review|
|Risk, Maternal Ideologies and Infant Feeding|
|The Government of the Table: Nutrition Expertise and the Social Organisation of Family Food Habits|
|Food Consumption, Social Differentiation and Identity|
|Culinary Cultures of Europe: Food, History, Health and Identity|
|Food, Class and Identity|
|Humans, Food and Other Animals: The Vegetarian Option|
|Food and Ageing|
|Food and the Body: Civilising Processes and Social Embodiment|
|Constructing the Female Body: Dieting, the Thin Ideal and Body Acceptance|
|The Social Construction of Eating Disorders|
|Sociological Analysis of the Stigmatisation of Obesity|