The Cambridge Handbook of the Social Sciences in Australia

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the self in western societies, and is a public demonstration of economic and cultural capital and expression of class distinctions: distinguishing self from the deviant other. Restaurants vary in terms of the types of food served, the nature of the service, the gender of the waiters, dress codes, the etiquette or protocol anticipated and the cost (including the gratuity expected) (Lupton 1996:97–104). In sum, they vary in the social norms and rules of compliance.


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