Researching Food Habits: Methods and Problems
Principal Lecturer in Anthropology Helen Macbeth, Helen M. Macbeth, Jeremy MacClancy
Berghahn Books, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 214 pages
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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