The Sociology of Food is the study of food and eating in human society. Research in this field may incorporate aspects of history, anthropology, nutrition or psychology, and aims to answer the question of what role food plays within an underlying social environment.
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Created by Mindy Drake 4/05. Revised & Reformated by Anthony Loffredio 4/12, Madge Boldt 4/14. Updated by Lauren Morrissette 6/18
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