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Die Revolution am Esstisch: neue Studien zur Nahrungskultur im 19.-20. Jahrhundert

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Die Revolution am Esstisch: neue Studien zur Nahrungskultur im 19.-20. Jahrhundert. Title translated: The Revolution at the Dining Table: New Studies on Food Culture in the 19./20. century.

Language: German

Subjects: Eating habit. Germany. Nutrition - History 19th century

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Synopsis:
The volume presents results of new individual studies, which were largely supervised by the editor. The contributions deal with nutrition policy and food security, the sup- port of eating habits and the fight against obesity and the relationship between meal and family happiness. Other studies assess alcohol consumption, infant nutrition, the food in canteens and hospitals, examine the food industry as a pioneer of the market economy and the insatiable giant belly of the cosmopolitan city of Berlin. In addition, for the first time empirically, the diets of Italian and Turkish women in the Federal Republic and, finally, the civilization of West African food customs under colonial rule are scrutinized by a Nigerian historian


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Author(s):
Hans Jürgen Teuteberg
Condition:
New
Dimensions:
7" x 10" approx
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
3515084479
ISBN-13:
9783515084475
Publisher:
Stuttgart : Steiner
Title:
Die Revolution am Esstisch: neue Studien zur Nahrungskultur im 19.-20. Jahrhundert

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Die Revolution am Esstisch: neue Studien zur Nahrungskultur im 19.-20. Jahrhundert. Title translated: The Revolution at the Dining Table: New Studies on Food Culture in the 19./20. century.

Language: German

Subjects: Eating habit. Germany. Nutrition - History 19th century

NEW & SEALED!


Synopsis:
The volume presents results of new individual studies, which were largely supervised by the editor. The contributions deal with nutrition policy and food security, the sup- port of eating habits and the fight against obesity and the relationship between meal and family happiness. Other studies assess alcohol consumption, infant nutrition, the food in canteens and hospitals, examine the food industry as a pioneer of the market economy and the insatiable giant belly of the cosmopolitan city of Berlin. In addition, for the first time empirically, the diets of Italian and Turkish women in the Federal Republic and, finally, the civilization of West African food customs under colonial rule are scrutinized by a Nigerian historian


[OXFAM REF: BOX 6}

Author(s):
Hans Jürgen Teuteberg
Condition:
New
Dimensions:
7" x 10" approx
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
3515084479
ISBN-13:
9783515084475
Publisher:
Stuttgart : Steiner
Title:
Die Revolution am Esstisch: neue Studien zur Nahrungskultur im 19.-20. Jahrhundert

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