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Researching Food Habits : Methods and Problems
by Helen Macbeth and Jeremy Macclancy




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The term 'Anthropology of Food' has become an accepted abbreviation for the study of anthropological perspectives on food, diet and nutrition, an increasingly important subdivision of anthropology that encompasses a rich variety of perspectives, academic approaches, theories, and methods. Its multi-disciplinary nature adds to its complexity. This is the first publication to offer guidance for researchers working in this diverse and expanding field of anthropology.

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Overview

The term 'Anthropology of Food' has become an accepted abbreviation for the study of anthropological perspectives on food, diet and nutrition, an increasingly important subdivision of anthropology that encompasses a rich variety of perspectives, academic approaches, theories, and methods. Its multi-disciplinary nature adds to its complexity. This is the first publication to offer guidance for researchers working in this diverse and expanding field of anthropology.



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  • ISBN-13: 9781571815446
  • ISBN-10: 1571815449
  • Publisher: Berghahn Books
  • Publish Date: February 2004
  • Page Count: 228

Series: Anthropology of Food & Nutrition #5

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