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SOC 288 - Sociology of Food

Considers the way in which values and ideas are socially constructed, with specific focus on the relationship between food and society. A comparative, cross-cultural analysis that examines food production, distribution, preparation, and consumption. Includes nutrition, social eating disorders, religious prescriptions and proscriptions, food and poverty, fast food, and world hunger. Offered on sufficient demand.

Credits: 3

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