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Food, Ethics and Identity [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781921729027Publication details: Maleny : eContent Management Pty Ltd, 2010.ISBN:
  • 9781921729034
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Food, Ethics and IdentityDDC classification:
  • 178
LOC classification:
  • HD9000.5
Online resources:
Contents:
HSR_19-3_Cover; Table of Contents; Editorial - What took you so long? Sociology's recent foray into food; Fostering a hunger for health: Food and the self in 'The Australian Women's Weekly'; Between provisioning and consuming?: Children, mothers and 'childhood obesity'; Being 'thick' indicates you are eating, you are healthy and you have an attractive body shape: Perspectives on fatness and food choice amongst Black and White men and women in Canada; I'm not dieting, 'I'm doing it for science': Masculinities and the experience of dieting
Habits of a lifetime: Family dining patterns over the life course of older Australians'God is a vegetarian': The food, health and bio-spirituality of Hare Krishna, Buddhist and Seventh-Day Adventist devotees; Framing disease: The avian influenza pandemic in Australia; Everyday trajectories of hearing correction; Book Reviews
Summary: Health Sociology Review presents an issue on food, ethics and identity, and their impacts on health.
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HSR_19-3_Cover; Table of Contents; Editorial - What took you so long? Sociology's recent foray into food; Fostering a hunger for health: Food and the self in 'The Australian Women's Weekly'; Between provisioning and consuming?: Children, mothers and 'childhood obesity'; Being 'thick' indicates you are eating, you are healthy and you have an attractive body shape: Perspectives on fatness and food choice amongst Black and White men and women in Canada; I'm not dieting, 'I'm doing it for science': Masculinities and the experience of dieting

Habits of a lifetime: Family dining patterns over the life course of older Australians'God is a vegetarian': The food, health and bio-spirituality of Hare Krishna, Buddhist and Seventh-Day Adventist devotees; Framing disease: The avian influenza pandemic in Australia; Everyday trajectories of hearing correction; Book Reviews

Health Sociology Review presents an issue on food, ethics and identity, and their impacts on health.