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By Pollock, Nancy J.
Addresses the question of South Pacific peoples retaining their cultural and dietary attachment to traditional food sources despite Westernization. Explores the values of food, not only in diet and health but also as a symbol of power and well-being that structures social life.
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Edited by Garine, I. de; Pollock, Nancy J.
This collection of essays examines obesity not as an objective medical or psychological problem, but as a subjective social and cultural phenomenon. Both the negative casting of obesity in developed countries and the traditional positive view of obesity are juxtaposed.
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