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From the Publisher'An invaluable resource to anyone interested in socio-cultural aspects of food and nutrition.'
Social Science and Medicine, May 1998
'[McIntosh] engages an enourmous range of social theory, providing some excellent summaries of current areas...[that] point to many research questions sociologists should pursue. The text is written for practicing sociologists and would be excellent for graduate students.'
Contemporary Sociology, Spring 1998
'A welcomed and remarkable book, a first of its kind...most noteworthy is the useful review and synthesis of relevant sociological literature and the diverse food and nutrition literature...I highly recommend this book to anyone who has interest in food and nutrition, whether they are sociologists, nutritionists, anthropologists, or workers in any other related field. There is so much information and so many insights contained in this book, almost everyone will find something useful in it.'
Rural Sociology, 62(2), 1997