SOLUTION: SOC 3020 St Francis College Prep Culture and Food Discussion

Two part essay question, make sure to answer both parts for full credit:
What is Anne Allison saying about the Japanese, their culture, their schools, their families and their
food in her article, Japanese Mothers and Obentos?
How does she support Barthes’ ideas about food found in his foundational article, Toward a
Psychosociology of Contemporary Food Consumption?
What are Anna Meigs and Dylan Clark telling us about food in their articles, Food as a Cultural
Construction and The Raw and the Rotten?
In answering this larger question, you want to address these smaller questions:
1.
According to Meigs, how are the Hua different from Americans in terms of how food is viewed and used, especially
re. their absolute rules and their relative rules?
2.
Likewise, according to Clark, how are Punks different from mainstream Americans in terms of how food is viewed
and used, and yes, especially re. their absolute rules and their relative rules?
3.
What insights can we gain about social relationships from looking at food rules? In other words, what does food
communicate or symbolize? How is it connected to our identity or to larger forces in society such as the economy,
religion or science?
Describe the five stages of technology: hunter-gatherer, horticultural-pastoral, agricultural, industrial, and postindustrial and how they impact food and the lives of people. How has food changed? How has cooking changed?
How has eating changed? How has our view of food changed?
The
paradigm/perspective focuses on how individuals think about the world – on how people make
sense of the world –on the symbols and perceptions people have, and how these shape how we interact with others
and others interact with us.
Functionalist
Confict
Symbolic Interactionist
Cultural Materialist
The
perspective views food as contributing to society; it is a means of identity, cultural heritage,
promote social integration, and stimulates the economy.
Functionalist
Conflict
Symbolic Interactionist
Conflict Materialist
Which theoretical perspective does Meigs and Clark use in their articles on the Hua and Punks?
Functionalist
Conflict
Symbolic Interactionist
Cultural Materialist
In “The Abominable Pig,” Harris is using the ___________________ perspective by
focusing on evidence to link the pork taboo to the material world – the environment.
Functionalist
Conflict
Symbolic Interactionist
Materialist
According to Harris, what is the real reason that Jews and Muslims developed a taboo against eating pork?
Provide details.
Define the term, ‘foodways’. What factors contribute to the intersection of culture, tradition, folkways, and
food? Use the example of ‘okra soup’.
Provide one dinner menu that is acceptable to 5 guests of different faiths: Judaism, 7th
Day Adventist Christians, Muslims, Hindus, and Buddhists. All the guests are observant
of their religion’s respective rules and you want to respect this.
The menu consists of an appetizer, a salad, a main dish, a dessert, and a drink. Be
detailed. Do not just say ‘salad’ or ‘spinach salad’ without specifying what is in it, and for
the salad, that would include the dressing.

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