Changing Families, Changing Food by P. JacksonChanging Families, Changing Food by P. Jackson

Changing Families, Changing Food

byP. Jackson

Hardcover | August 12, 2009

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Approaching family through the lens of food, this book provides a new perspective on the diversity of contemporary family life, challenging received ideas about the decline of the family meal, the individualization of food choice and the relationship between professional advice on healthy eating and the everyday practices of 'doing family'.
MARGO BARKER is Lecturer in Nutritional Epidemiology in the School of Medicine, University of Sheffield, UK PAUL BISSELL is Senior Lecturer in Public Health at the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR), University of Sheffield, UK MEGAN BLAKE is Lecturer in Geography at the University of Sheffield, UK LINDSAY BLANK is Resea...
Title:Changing Families, Changing FoodFormat:HardcoverDimensions:292 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.89 inPublished:August 12, 2009Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230223982

ISBN - 13:9780230223981


Table of Contents

Introduction;  P.Jackson PART I: PREGNANCY AND MOTHERHOOD Off to a Healthy Start: Food Support Benefits of the Low-income Woman in Pregnancy;  F.Ford  & R.Fraser (New) Family Formation and the Organisation of Food in Households: Who Does What and Why?;  H.Stapleton  & J.Keenan Pregnancy Police? Maternal Bodies, Surveillance and Food;  R.Fox, P.Nicolson  & K.Heffernan PART II: CHILDHOOD AND FAMILY LIFE 'She's got a really good attitude to healthy food. Nannan's drilled it into her': Intergenerational Relations within Families;  P.Curtis, A.James &  K.Ellis Fathers, Food and Family Life;  C.Dryden, M.Johnson, A.Metcalfe, J.Owen  & G.Shipton 'I don't go in for all that scaremongering': Perceptions of and Strategies to Manage Food Safety Risk;  L.Blank, P.Bissell, E.Goyder  & H.Clark PART III: FAMILY MEALS Myths of the Family Meal: Re-reading Edwardian Life Histories;  P.Jackson, S.Olive  & G.Smith Food as a Medium for Emotional Management of the Family: Avoiding Complaint and Producing Love;  J.Burridge  & M.Barker The Governing of Family Meals in the UK and Japan;  H.Takeda Eating in Time, Eating up Time;  M.Blake, L.Crane  & J.Mellor PART IV: FAMILY AND COMMUNITY Making Healthy Families?;  T.Green, J.Owen, P.Curtis, G.Smith, P.Ward & P.Fisher Food and Family in the Narratives of Homeless People;  G.Smith, P.Nicolson  & R.Brown Institutional Dining Rooms: Food Ideologies and the Making of a Person;  O.Forero, K.Ellis, A.Metcalfe  & R.Brown Conclusion