The sociology of food is the study of food in relation to the history, progression, and future development of society, including its production, preparation, consumption, and distribution, as well as its medical, ritual, spiritual, ethical, and cultural applications, and related environmental and labor issues. The sociology of food examines food preferences and tastes as components of individual and social identity.
Food is not a subject of study; rather, it is a practical part of specific social relationships. In this paper, we will examine ethnic cuisine as a unique component of national identity.
The subject of the investigation will be dietary habits.
The goal of the study is to examine dietary practices and a potential sociocultural resource of ethnic identification.
The study of food sociology and ethnosociology literature.
Conducting interviews with cultural representatives
Interpretation of empirical data based on their analysis
1. Theoretical fo...
Saskaņā ar Carol Aubrey un Karen Ward pētījumu, ”sociāli emocionālās problēmas sākas agrā bērnībā. Bērni, kuriem ir labas sociālās emocijas, var veicināt pozitīvu izturēšanos un