By Leslie B. Marshall
January 01, 1985
First Published in 1985. This is Volume 3 of a series on Food and Nutrition in History and Anthropology. In the aftermath of the controversial marketing of infant formula in the Third World, this volume describes infant care and feeding practices within their social, cultural and physical ...
By Roberta D. Baer
April 01, 1998
Using data collected from 105 households in Sonora, Mexico, the author combines detailed ethnographic research with quantitative analyses of income, diet, and nutritional status to examine the dietary patterns of residents who "cook and cope among the cacti." Employing a new analytical concept of "...
By John R.K. Robson
January 01, 1980
First published in 1980. The following papers represent a selection of studies which provide such an insight into human food behavior during development. It is hoped that readers will be encouraged to participate in this new quest for knowledge. The time has surely come to document carefully the ...