Laurel Richardson, The New Other Woman: Contemporary
Single Women in Affairs with Married Men (New York: The Free
Press, 1985), pp. 88-92, as cited in Wechsler, What's So Bad about
Guilt?, p. 21.
1. THE PARADOX OF PLENTY
Jacobson and Maxwell, What Are We Feeding Our Kids?, p. 7.
Meadow and Weiss, Women's Conflicts about Eating and Sexuality, p. 2.
Glamour, February 1984, cited in Bordo, Unbearable Weight,
Overcoming Overeating Newsletter, February 1995, p. 3.
Jacobson and Maxwell, What Are We Feeding Our Kids?, p. 55.
Epstein and Thompson, Feeding on Dreams, p. xvii.
Jacobson and Maxwell, What Are We Feeding Our Kids?, p. 51.
Cited by Hillel Schwartz in Never Satisfied, p. 259.
2. THE FOODIE REVOLUTION
Warren J. Belasco, "The Two Taste Cultures," Psychology
Today, December 1989, pp. 29-36.
David Steinman, Diet for a Poisoned Planet (New York: Harmony
Jane and Michael Stern, Square Meals (New York: Knopf,
1984), p. 243.
Levenstein, Paradox ofPlenty, p. 119.
Questia, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning. www.questia.com
Book title: The Garden of Eating:Food, Sex, and the Hunger for Meaning.
Contributors: Jeremy Iggers - Author.
Publisher: Basic Books.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1996.
Page number: 187.
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