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The Complexity of Meals

Everyday Eating in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden : A Comparative Study of Meal Patterns 1997–2012

Bloomsbury Academic, 2019

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... (Kahma et al. 2014) Nine out of ten dinners were eaten hot in all the four countries; hot dinners being slightly more elaborate in Sweden and in Denmark than elsewhere. Similar differences between the countries were reported in an earlier...

The Food We Eat

Lotte Holm

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Lotte Holm is Professor at the Department of Food and Resource Economics at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Drude Skov Lauridsen

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Drude Skov Lauridsen

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Jukka Gronow

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Jukka Gronow is Professor Emeritus at the Department of Social Research at the University of Helsinki, Finland. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Nina Kahma

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Unni Kjærnes

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Unni Kjærnes

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Thomas Bøker Lund

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Thomas Bøker Lund

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Johanna Mäkelä

Johanna Mäkelä

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Mari Niva

Everyday Eating in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden : A Comparative Study of Meal Patterns 1997–2012

Bloomsbury Academic, 2019

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...In much food research, the social context and meaning of food is actually the focal point: often the food itself plays a minor role, whereas analyses centre on social interaction, social structures, social discourses, or on economic...

Eating Sustainably

Everyday Eating in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden : A Comparative Study of Meal Patterns 1997–2012

Bloomsbury Academic, 2019

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...The demands for environmentally sustainable consumption have been justified by the need to reduce the burden caused by current lifestyles on the living conditions of future generations (Fuchs and Lorek 2005; UN 1992). Since the 1990s...