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DENISE A. COPELTON is Associate Professor of Sociology at The College at Brockport, State University of New York.
BETSY LUCAL is Full Professor of Sociology at Indiana University South Bend.
Table of Contents
Chapter 2 Food and Identity: Fitting in and Standing Out
Chapter 3 Food as Spectacle: The Hard Work of Leisure
Chapter 4 Nutrition and Health: Good to Eat, Hard to Stomach
Chapter 5 Branding and Marketing: Governing the Sovereign Consumer
Chapter 6 Industrialization: The High Costs of Cheap Food
Chapter 7 Global Food: From Everywhere and Nowhere
Chapter 8 Food Access: Surplus and Scarcity
Chapter 9 Food and Social Change: The Value of Values