Food and Cultural Studies

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Index

a
Acton, Eliza 157 -8, 206 [5]n2
Adair, Gilbert 80 -1
Adams, Carol 192
Adorno, Theodor 205 [1]n2
advertisements:
Coca-Cola 95 -6;
consumers 22 ;
convenience foods 135 ;
food 38 -9;
food production 100 -1;
lifestyle 176 ;
Rhodes 178 ;
Warde 135
aesthetics:
carnality 163 ;
everyday life 68 ;
food 62 , 144 , 176 -7, 182 -3, 187 ;
moral values 62 , 134 , 182
Afro-Caribbeans 71 -2
Ainsworth, J. 144
alcohol 11
Allen, John 92 , 94
Anderson, Benedict 75 , 76 , 81
Ang, I. 64 , 145 , 184
animal rights 192 , 195
animals:
civilization 2 - 3 , 7 ;
humanity 7 , 189 , 192 -3, 194 -5
anorexia 201
Appadurai, Arjun 154 , 156
Arab food traditions 55 -7
aristocracy 47 -8, 53 , 54
asceticism 201 -2
Asda-Walmart 122
Asian food, pre-cooked 79 - 80
Asian restaurants 78 -9, 83
Atkins Diet 202 , 203
Australia:
Coca-Cola advertisement 95 -6;
good/bad foods 130 ;
research 70 ;
supermarkets 116
authenticity:
Certeau 13 ;
farmers' markets 117 ;
locality 164 ;
Mexican food 102 ;
national foods 80 , 88 -9;
nostalgia 88 ;
quality 76 ;
restaurants 151 -2;
small-scale production 87

b
Bakewell pudding 87
Bakhtin, Mikhail:
banquet 50 ;
binary opposition 7 ;
body 43 -5, 50 ;
bourgeois 201 ;
carnival 42 ;
class 50 ;
food consumption 44 ;
Rabelais and His World42 ;
table manners 45 -6
balloonists 75
Balti 80
banal nationalizm (Billig) 77 , 82
Bangladesh 80
banquet 50
Barker, Martin 27
Barr, A. 149
Barrett, F. 110
Barrie, C. 175
Barthes, Roland:
denotation/connotation 5 - 6 ;
Mythologies5 , 205 [2]n1;
photographic exhibition 34 -5;
'Steak and Chips' 5 - 6 ;
structuralism 5 , 6
Barwick, S. 127
Basu, Shrabani 80
Bati, A. 88
Baxters soup 101
Bayless, Rick and Deann 102
BBC Worldwide 175
Beardsworth, A. 103 , 188 , 191 , 192 , 194 , 197
Beck, Ulrich 196 , 197
beef 84 -5, 206 [5]n4;
see also steak
Beeton, Mrs I. M. 157 , 168
Beezer, Anne 27

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Preface vii
  • 1 - Food-Cultural Studies - Three Paradigms 1
  • 2 - The Raw and the Cooked 27
  • 3 - Food, Bodies and Etiquette 41
  • 4 - Consumption and Taste 59
  • 5 - The National Diet 75
  • 6 - The Global Kitchen 91
  • 7 - Shopping for Food 105
  • 8 - Eating In 123
  • 9 - Eating Out 141
  • 10 - Food Writing 153
  • 11 - Television Chefs 171
  • 12 - Food Ethics and Anxieties 187
  • Index 229
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