Food as a Segue into Culture
Hospitality & Tourism Management Department
College of Community and Public Service
Arts and Humanities | Life Sciences
Since the mid-twentieth century, an increasing number of scholars have incorporated food studies into their disciplines. During this period, the term foodways has come to represent many facets of our relationship with food. Foodways has also been associated with food production, preparation and consumption patterns, as well as other elements of society. Through exposure to different foodways, learners can develop an understanding of other cultures.
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Baker-Clark, Charles, "Food as a Segue into Culture" (2013). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 1268.
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