Food Culture of Southeast Asia: Perspectives of Social Science and Food Science

David, Wahyudi / Kofahl, Daniel (Hrsg.)

Mit Beiträgen von David, Wahyudi / Kofahl, Daniel / Lamadirisi, Maryam / Lipoeto, Nur Indrawaty / Namhong, Tosporn / Putra, Deddi Prima / Ramadani, Ika / Tallei, Trina E. / Tola, Ardianto / Trenk, Marin

kassel university press, ISBN: 978-3-7376-0286-0, 2017, 122 Seiten

URN: urn:nbn:de:0002-402873

DOI: 10.19211/KUP9783737602877

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Inhalt: This book represents a unique collection of food studies from the perspective of both social and food science. This book describes the current situation of food cultures in Southeast Asia and consists of six chapters which explain the cases of Thailand and Indonesia. The selected case studies are illustrative of ten scholars from various disciplines and nationalities. The multidisciplinary approaches help readers understand how the food culture in Southeast Asia changes and show the domi- nant factors driving those changes. This book is suitable for students who are interested in food culture, general readers, and foodies.

By reading this book, readers will realize the connection between social science and food science and find interesting insights from both perspectives. In many cases, this book describes ways of eating and traditional food cultures that have already begun to disappear or have been transformed into “modernity”. To understand how and why this occurs enables researches to react and do something for the future of food tradition and nutrition.


David, Wahyudi /
Kofahl, Daniel:
1 Introduction
Trenk, Marin:2 Amazing Thailand – Another Look at an Ever Changing Food Culture
Lipoeto, Nur Indrawaty /
Putra, Deddi Prima /
Ramadani, Ika:
3 Food transition and food consumption of urban and rural in West Sumatra, Indonesia
Tallei, Trina E. /
Tola, Ardianto /
Lamadirisi, Maryam:
4 Thanksgiving in Minahasa (North Sulawesi)
Namhong, Tosporn:5 Food culture in Thailand from OTOP to industrialized food products
David, Wahyudi:6 Food system or dietary pattern changes in Indonesia? Organic food system as an example
David, Wahyudi /
Kofahl, Daniel:
7 Conclusion: looking to the future

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