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Food cults how fads, dogma, and doctrine influence diet

Author: Kima Cargill
Publisher: Lanham Boulder New York London Rowman & Littlefield [2017]
Series: Rowman & Littlefield studies in food and gastronomy
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Psychology of Food Cults / Kima Cargill -- The Allure Of Food Cults : Balancing Pseudoscience And Healthy Skepticism / Leighann R. Chaffee and Corey L. Cook -- Food Practices In Early Christianity / Paul A. Brazinski -- Longevity Diets in Historical Perspective / Ken Albala -- Juicing : Language, Ritual, And Placebo Sociality In A Community Of Extreme Eaters / Samuel Veissière and Liona Gibbs-Bravo --  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kima Cargill
ISBN: 9781442251311 144225131X 9781442251328 1442251328
OCLC Number: 1001725996
Description: vi, 271 Seiten
Contents: Introduction by Kima Cargill1. The Psychology of Food Cults by Kima Cargill2. The Allure Of Food Cults: Balancing Pseudoscience And Healthy Skepticism by Leighann R. Chaffee and Corey L. Cook3. Food Practices In Early Christianity by Paul A. Brazinski4. Juicing: Language, Ritual, And Placebo Sociality In A Community Of Extreme Eaters by Samuel Veissiere and Liona Gibbs-Bravo5. Contemporary Superfood Cults: Nutritionism, Neoliberalism and Gender by Tina Sikka6. Gluttons Galore - A Rising Faction in Food Discourses and Dining Experiences by Carlnita Greene7. Caving In: The Appeal of the Paleo Diet in the Wake of 9/11 by Lenore Bell8. "Of Bananas And Cavemen": Unlikely Similarities Between Two Online Food Communities by Amanda Maxfield and Andrea Rissing9. Eschew Your Food: Foodies, Healthism And The Elective Restrictive Diet By Michele Scott10. Breaking Bread: The Clashing Cults of Sourdough and Gluten-Free By L. Sasha Gora11. The Gluten-Free Cult: A World Without Wheat by Jennifer Martin12. Erasure of Indigenous Food Memories and (Re-)Imaginations by Preety Gadhoke and Barrett P. Brenton13. "Herb Is For The Healing Of The Nation!" -Marijuana As A Consumable Vegetable Among Ghetto Muslim Youth Of Maamobi In Accra, Ghana by De-Valera Botchway and Charles Prempeh14. What Makes A Good Mother? Mother's Conceptions Of Good Food by Liora Gvion & Irit Sharir
Series Title: Rowman & Littlefield studies in food and gastronomy
Responsibility: edited by Kima Cargill

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Understanding how food fads and diets can develop a fervent following that rise to the level of a cult is a new area of study and often overlooked. Here, Kima Cargill and other experts shed fresh  Read more...

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