The Cultural Feast : An Introduction to Food and Society (2ND)

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The Cultural Feast : An Introduction to Food and Society (2ND)

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THE CULTURAL FEAST looks at the impact of evolution, geography, environment, social structure, and religion on food practices around the world. The text is comprised of three units. The first unit explains the myriad influences on human diet and examines the role of evolution on contemporary food practices. The second unit looks at factors that influence current food practices, such as dietary revolutions that accompany advancements in agricultural practices; the influence of culture in what, how, when, and why we eat; and the influence of religion, social organizations and industrialization on foodways. The third unit of the text looks at nutrition problems and solutions to those problems. The text explores global and domestic hunger, examines diseases of under- and over-nutrition, and looks at dietary behavior change and large-scale programs to change dietary practices.

Table of Contents

Part I Evolutionary and Historical Roots of        1  (82)
Human Dietary Practices
1 Setting the Table for a Cultural Feast 2 (15)
Biocultural Framework for the Study of Diet 3 (11)
and Nutrition
Nutritional Status 4 (1)
Biological Makeup 5 (1)
Human Nutrient Needs 6 (3)
Diet 9 (1)
Cuisine 9 (1)
The Environment 10 (1)
Physical Environment 11 (1)
Sociocultural Environment 12 (1)
Economic and Political Environment 13 (5)
Food Systems 14 (1)
Next Steps 15 (2)
2 Diet and Human Evolution 17 (31)
Exploring the Diets of Extinct Humans 18 (6)
Through Paleontology
Teeth 19 (2)
Skulls and jaws 21 (1)
The Postcranial Skeleton 22 (26)
What Is Adaptation? 24 (3)
Using Chemistry to Infer the Diets of 27 (2)
Extinct Hominids
Our Place in Nature 29 (1)
A Brief Who's Who of the Early Hominids 29 (4)
What Did Early Hominids Eat? 33 (2)
What Can We Say About the Diets of Fossil 35 (3)
Homo?
Summary 38 (2)
Highlight: Lactose Intolerance 40 (8)
3 Food in Historical Perspective: Dietary 48 (35)
Revolutions
The Agricultural Revolution of the 48 (36)
Neolithic Era
Development of Agriculture in the 49 (4)
Tehuacan Valley
Nutritional Consequences of the
Agricultural Revolution:
A Comparison of Foragers and 53 (2)
Agriculturalists
Social and Political Consequences of the 55 (1)
Agricultural Revolution
The Search for Spices 56 (2)
The Exchange of Food Between the Old and 58 (2)
New Worlds ....
The Industrial Revolution 60 (3)
Agricultural Change in England, 61 (1)
Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
Food and the Industrial Revolution 62 (1)
The Emergence of National Cuisines 63 (1)
Transportation, Refrigeration, and Canning 63 (3)
Transportation 63 (1)
Refrigeration 64 (1)
Canning 65 (1)
Unforeseen Drawbacks of Food Processing 65 (1)
The Scientific Revolution 66 (5)
Adulteration of Food 67 (1)
Food Preservation 68 (1)
The Discovery of Vitamins 68 (1)
Complicating Factors Associated with 70 (1)
Modern Food Technology
Modern-Day Adaptations 71 (1)
Summary 72 (2)
Highlight: Vegetarian Diets: Then and Now 74 (47)
Part II Food and Culture 83 (174)
4 Eating Is a Cultural Affair 84 (35)
Some Definitions 86 (1)
Culture as a Mechanism for Responding to 87 (1)
the Environment
Culture Is Learned 88 (1)
Culture as a Guide for Behavior 89 (5)
Culture Is Expressed Through Behavior and 94 (2)
Artifacts
Culture as a Functionally Integrated System 96 (1)
Intracultural Variation 97 (3)
Ethnocentrism and Cultural Relativity 100(2)
Implications for Health Care Professionals 102(2)
Summary 104(1)
Highlight: Body Image and Health 105(14)
5 Food Technologies: How People Get Their 119(38)
Food in Nonindustrial Societies
Foraging 121(11)
Demographic Issues of Foragers 123(2)
Social, Political, and Ideological 125(2)
Features of Foragers
Diet and Health of Foragers 127(2)
Food Preferences of Foragers 129(1)
Nutrition and Health of Foragers 130(2)
Horticulture 132(8)
Social, Political, and Ideological 134(2)
Features of Horticulturalists
Diet and Health of Horticulturalists 136(4)
Pastoralism 140(5)
Social, Political, and Ideological 141(1)
Features of Pastoralism
Diet and Health of Pastoralists 142(3)
Intensive Agriculture 145(3)
Social, Political, and Ideological 146(2)
Features of Intensive Agriculture
Contemporary Peasant Societies 148(3)
The Transition to Market Economies 150(8)
Where Do Cuisines Come From? 151(1)
Summary 152(2)
Highlight: Farming Strategies in the Andean 154(3)
Region of Ecuador
6 Food Technologies: How People Get Their 157(33)
Food in Industrialized Societies
Features of Industrialized Agriculture 158(14)
Farm Size 163(1)
Contract Farming, or Vertical Integration 164(2)
Energy Used in Food Production 166(2)
Soil Erosion 168(1)
Water Pollution and Shortages 169(1)
Social Costs 169(1)
Alternative Strategies 170(21)
Diet and Health of Industrialized 172(6)
Agriculturalists
Summary 178(1)
Highlight: Genetically Modified Foods: 179(11)
Friends or Foes?
7 Food and Social Organization 190(31)
Food as a Means of Solidifying Social Ties 191(8)
Kinship and Familial Alliances 191(7)
Building Relationships with Neighbors and 198(2)
Friends
Food as a Means of Strengthening Economic 199(1)
and Political
Alliances
Trade 200(1)
Food as a Gift 200(1)
Political Alliances 201(1)
Food and Social Status 202(7)
Food and Gender 202(2)
Food and Socioeconomic Position 204(1)
Food as a Symbol of Prestige 205(16)
Summary 209(1)
Highlight: Food and the Life Cycle 210(11)
8 Worldview, Religion, and Health Beliefs: 221(36)
The Ideological Basis of Food Practices
Food in a Forest of Symbols 221(4)
The Meaning of Food 223(2)
Food as an Ethnic Marker 225(11)
Worldview 225(3)
Religion 228(6)
Ethnicity and Ethnic Identity 234(2)
Health Beliefs and Local Knowledge 236(9)
Perceptions of Symptoms and Disease 237(1)
Preventive and Curative Practices 237(4)
Health Care Providers: Shamans, Curers, 241(20)
and Others
Alternative Health Belief Systems in a 245(2)
Plural Society
Summary 247(2)
Highlight: Becoming Culturally Competent 249(9)
Part III Strategies for Addressing Nutrition 257(146)
Challenges
Chapter 9 Hunger in Global Perspective 258(38)
Malthus vs. Boserup 259(2)
The Factors in the Food Sufficiency Equation 261(17)
Population 261(3)
The Effect of HIV/AIDS on World Population 264(2)
Food Production 266(15)
Consequences of the Agricultural Revolution 278(1)
Decrease Food Aid to Other Countries 279(1)
Trade Imbalances 280(1)
What Is Meant by Hunger and Malnutrition? 280(1)
Who Are the Hungry and Malnourished? 281(6)
Hunger and Undernourishment 281(1)
Types of Undernutrition 282(2)
Measuring PEM 284(13)
Overweight in Children 287(1)
What Are the Causes of Undernourishment and 287(1)
Malnutrition? ...
Projections for the Future-Enough for All? 288(1)
Summary 289(2)
Highlight: Hidden Hunger: Micronutrient 291(5)
Malnutrition
10 Addressing Global Food Issues 296(42)
Hunger and Malnutrition: The Factors
Influencing
Adequate Nutrition 297(7)
Food Availability 300(1)
Agricultural Research and Extension 300(3)
The Role of Biotechnology 303(1)
Policy Options: Self-Sufficiency vs. Food 304(2)
Security
Food Self-Sufficiency and National Food 304(1)
Security
What Makes NSSS Important? 305(1)
Commercialization of Agriculture and 306(4)
Household Food Security of Small Farmers
Income 307(1)
Protecting Food Crop Production 308(1)
Land Tenure 309(1)
Health 309(1)
Entitlements 310(13)
Alleviating Poverty and Redistributing 313(1)
Income
Land Distribution and Agrarian Reform 313(1)
Agrarian Reform 314(2)
Credit, Marketing, and Price Systems 316(4)
Food Aid as Food Subsidy 320(20)
Nutritional Quality of Food, Education, and
Household
Distribution 323(2)
Health and Sanitation 325(2)
Summary 32S
Highlight: Women: A Pivotal Link in the 327(11)
Food Chain
11 Dietary Behavior Change: How People Change 338(34)
Eating Habits
The Behavior Change Process 340(4)
Stages of Change 340(2)
Processes of Change 342(2)
Factors That Influence the Change Process 344(11)
Health Beliefs 344(3)
Attitudes 347(3)
Social Influences 350(1)
Skills and Self-Efficacy 351(2)
Intentions 353(1)
Goal Setting 3S S4
Other Factors That Influence Behavior 354(18)
Change
Implications for Practice 355(3)
Summary 3S S6
Highlight: U.S. Federal Food Programs 358(14)
12 Designing Large-Scale Programs to Change 372
Dietary Practices
Community-Based Health Promotion 372(8)
Community 373(1)
Distinguishing Features of Community 374(2)
Organization
Stages in the Community Organizing Process 376(1)
Case Study 377(2)
Advantages of Community-Based 379(1)
Interventions
Challenges Associated with 380(1)
Community-Based Interventions
Social Marketing 380(12)
Distinguishing Features 381(4)
Steps in the Social Marketing Process 385(1)
Loving Support Makes Breastfeeding Work 385(7)
Putting It All Together to Improve Dietary 392(3)
Practices
Summary 395(2)
Highlight: Moving from Theory to Practice:
A Case Study Using
a Multilevel Approach to Changing Dietary 397
Behavior
References 403(30)
Index 433
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About the Authors 6 (2)
Acknowledgements 8 (1)
introduction 9 (3)
Goals 10 (1)
What You Need 10 (1)
Additional Materials 11 (1)
1. getting started 12 (8)
Becoming Your Own Site Designer 12 (1)
Making Changes to an Existing Web Site 13 (1)
Software Tools 13 (7)
Microsoft Front Page 13 (2)
Macromedia Dreamweaver 15 (1)
Adobe Photoshop 15 (2)
Macromedia Flash 17 (3)
2. elements for success 20 (18)
Background Color and Design 20 (3)
Choosing a Background Color 20 (1)
Background Selection 21 (4)
Logo 23 (2)
Image Display 25 (2)
Thumbnail 25 (1)
Slide Shows 26 (1)
Collage 27 (1)
Menu Bar 27 (6)
Plain Text Links 27 (2)
Backlighting Menu Bar 29 (2)
JavaScript Buttons 31 (1)
DHTML Drop-down Menu 32 (1)
Flash Software Elements 33 (1)
Interactive Elements 33 (5)
Information Form 34 (1)
Linking to Other Web Sites 35 (1)
Text to Capture Your Target Audience 36 (22)
3. photoshop techniques 38 (28)
The Basics 38 (1)
Creating a Gradient Background 39 (3)
Creating a Textured Background 42 (3)
Creating the Round Button 45 (1)
Creating the Rectangular Button 46 (2)
Creating the Cylindrical Button 48 (1)
Creating a Text Logo 49 (4)
Creating a Logo Using an Image 53 (5)
Optional Border 58 (1)
Creating Thumbnail Images for a Gallery Slide 58 (5)
Show
Method #1: Shrink the Entire Image 58 (3)
Method #2: Cut Out a Square Portion of the 61 (5)
Image
Creating a Photo Collage 63 (3)
4. gallery display 66 (12)
Thumbnail to Slide Show Gallery 66 (7)
Using the Downloadable Template 67 (1)
Making Your Own Template 68 (18)
Photojournalism Collage Gallery 73 (2)
On-Line Teaching Gallery 75 (3)
5. building your web site with frontpage 78 (29)
Create the Web 78 (1)
Set the Home Page Background 79 (2)
Create the Navigation Menu 81 (2)
Add an E-Mail Link 83 (1)
Insert the Images 83 (3)
Defining the Gallery Pages 86 (3)
Frames 86 (2)
Load Time 88 (1)
Creating the Gallery 89 (13)
The Menu Page 91 (1)
The Gallery Template 92 (3)
Create the Gallery Pages 95 (3)
Create the Frame Pages 98 (3)
Link the Gallery Pages 101(1)
The Information Response/Reply Form 102(4)
Design the Form Page 103(2)
Add the E-Mail Function 105(2)
The Final Step 106(1)
6. making the web work for you 107(7)
Web Master's Tools 107(2)
Domain Name Registration 107(1)
Obtaining Hosting Services 108(1)
Recording Domain Server Addresses with Your 109(1)
Registrar
Search Engines 109(3)
Title Tag 110(1)
Keyword Tag 110(1)
Description Tag 111(1)
Header Tag 111(4)
Submit Your Web Site to Search Engines 112(2)
7. updating your web site 114(5)
FTP 114(1)
Updating Images 115(4)
Uploading an Image 116(3)
conclusion 119(2)
Do 119(1)
Do Not 119(2)
Contributors 121(2)
Glossary 123(2)
Index 125