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Food Studies


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Part One: Introducing the Discipline 1. What is Food Studies? 2. Introduction to Research Methods Common to Food Studies Part Two: Doing Food Studies Research 3. The Epistemological Stance 4. Research Design 5. Reviewing the Literature 6. Strategies of Inquiry 7. Quantitative Methods 8. Qualitative Methods 9.Mixed Method Approaches Part Three: Problems with Food Studies Research 10. Opportunities and Limitations for the Researcher 11. Ethical Considerations in Food Studies Research Part Four: The Future of Food Studies 12. Conclusion: Future Research Opportunities Appendix: Resource Guide for Food Studies Research

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Also available in hardback, 9781845206802 GBP55.00 (December, 2009)

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Miller, Colorado State University Deutsch, Kingsborough Community College and Graduate Center, City University of New York


Ideal as an introduction to the main strands of methods that are used in food studies (...) Several sections within this book will almost certainly constitute required reading for final year undergraduate students (...) Similary, it will be extremely useful for first year postgraduates embarking on Masters or PhD research. * Joseph Burridge for Revue d'Etudes en Agriculture et Environnement *

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