When canteens sit down to eat...

Table-companionship and social identity

by Anne Lhuissier (editorial coordination), Géraldine Comoretto (editorial coordination), Aurélie Maurice (editorial coordination)
Collection: Sciences en partage
april 2020

By cross-referencing the view of sociologists and anthropologists on the huge diversity of collective meal situations (company restaurant, school canteen, old people’s home, etc.), this book intends to provide anyone interested in these issues - be it in an academic or operational context - with a detailed and rigorous analysis of the major role of these meals in constructing identities and a social link.

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Language(s): French

Publisher: Éditions Quae

Co-publisher: Educagri

Edition: 1st edition

Collection: Sciences en partage

Published: 9 april 2020

EAN13 Book: 9782759231140

Interior: Two-colour

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Weight (in grammes): 0 (Book)

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