Modernidade alimentar e consumo de alimentos: Contribuições sócio-antropológicas para a pesquisa em nutrição

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The scope of this work was to illustrate what dietary modernity represents for sociology and anthropology, which is a subject based on a bibliographic review that is discussed in this article. Initially, the presence of the theme of food and nutrition was assessed in studies in the social sciences, by focusing on the approaches related to dietary modernity, especially as found in the works of Claude Fischler. The main subjects of discussion were related to food and nutrition and changes in the work environment, the expansion of commerce, the feminization of society and the question of identity. By understanding the food phenomenon and consumption thereof using a more qualitative approach, it is possible to make progress in configuring the nutritional sciences, adopting a comprehensive approach to food and nutrition in this day and age. Future studies should be dedicated to investigating food consumption as a social phenomenon in order to aggregate new analytical components with a biomedical emphasis to the body of results.

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Fonseca, A. B., de Souza, T. S. N., Frozi, D. S., & Pereira, R. A. (2011, September). Modernidade alimentar e consumo de alimentos: Contribuições sócio-antropológicas para a pesquisa em nutrição. Ciencia e Saude Coletiva. https://doi.org/10.1590/S1413-81232011001000021

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