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A Sociology of Food and Nutrition
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PrefaceAcknowledgementsContributorsAcronyms and AbbreviationsPART 1: AN APPETISER1. Exploring the Social Appetite: A Sociology of Food And NutritionPART 2: THE FOOD SYSTEM: FOOD POLITICS, POLICIES AND MOVEMENTS2. Unsustainable Food Production: Its Social Origins and Alternatives3. World Hunger: Its Roots and Remedies4. Food Insecurity in Australian Households: From Charity to Entitlement5. The Politics of Government Dietary Advice: The Influence of Big Food6. Food Labelling: More than the Provision of InformationPART 3: FOOD CULTURE, CONSUMPTION AND IDENTITY7. Cheaper and More Plentiful than in England': A History of Australian Food8. Culinary Cultures of Europe: Food, History, Health and Identity9. Humans, Food and Other Animals10. Food and Ageing11. Food and Class12. A Historical Sociology of Wine13. The Social Appetite for Alcohol14. Gender and Food15. Sociological Analysis of the Stigmatisation of ObesityGlossaryIndex

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John Germov, Professor of Sociology and Pro Vice-Chancellor, Faculty of Education and Arts, University of Newcastle Lauren Williams, Professor and Head of Nutrition and Dietetics, Griffith University

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