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INDEX Agricultural economics, ~34 American Dietetic Association, z7 Anthropology, cultural, 4, AT, 35 Attitudes, 26, ~68 studies, 96 See also Survey questions Bavelas test, 35 Black market, ~62 Block leaders, pros See also Nutrition Boston Food Clinic, ~56 Canada, ~69 Canned food, 39 Central America, Channel theory, 36 Children allergic, diabetic, epileptic, obese, 66 Diet development, ~49 See also Food habits China, ~65 Cognitive structure, 4~ "food for us," 54, 63 Committee on Food Habits chairman's memorandum, ~4 chairmen, 9, 12, ~4 conferences, I2 establishment, 3 executive members, lo, ~5, ~6 history, 9 liaison members, lo, ~5, ~7 liaison sessions, ~7 meetings, 9, ~6 plans for investigations, ~6 provisional program, lo, ~4, ~8 publications, ~73 relationship to government organiza t~ons, ~3 Community segments, ~8 Conflict, 49, 64 buying situation, 49 rating, 50 special foods, 5~ with nutritionist. See Nutrition Core diet. See Diet Culture, 20 change, ~5, ~3, ~20 cultural concepts, ~ ~o cultural divisions, ~35 cultural factors, cultural norms, ~8 cultural pressure on food choices, 78 cultural sanctions. See Food patterns ~75 Subcultural groups, 22, 36, 97 Central Europeans, go Czechs, 38, Bog Slovaks, Moravians, Box Greeks, fop Hungarians, loo Indians, American, Italians, ~3, 98, 132 Negroes, 38, 102 See also Sociological study Norwegians, fog Poles, go Czechs. See Culture Defense, Health and Welfare Services, Office of, 4, ~7 Nutrition Division, 4, 22 American, old, ~ ~4 changing pattern, 20 contemporary, ~8 core diet, ~3 German contemporary, 122 old, ~6 peripheral foods, ~3 preparation core, ~5 traditional core, 120 WPA, 121 See also Food habits; Foods Dietary change adjustment to, 66 social process and, ~3 See also Culture, change Education, U. S. Once of, 12 Elliott, Harriet, 3 Emergency feeding, 23, cod, 129, ~63, ~66 Experiments, 20, 35 See also Food habits Farms, ~8, ~54 farmers, tenants, sharecroppers, ~9 subsistence farms, ~ lo, ~ ~5 :E; ederal Interdepartmental Nutrition Co- ordinating Committee, 4, 9 Federal Security Agency, ~4, ~54 Feeding other countries. See :Emergency feeding Field expeditions, 22 Food categories, 36 Food deprivation in infancy, 72 Food Distribution Administration, 4, ~8 Food for family children, 4~

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76 favorite foods, 47 husbands, floodways, 9, Food habits change, 20, 53, ~23, ~3~, ~33, log, ~68 children, babies, 22, ~49-53 See also Dietary change, adjustment to cultural, z3 See also Culture dynamic description, experiments, 55 democratic and lecture methods, re- sults, 55-62 family, 24 forces behind, 35 government employees, 85 preliminary studies, ~z rural Southeast. See Sociological study war workers, 8z See also Experiments; Food patterns Food and Nutrition Board, 9 Food patterns, ~8 American, 23 contemporary, idiomatic, 78 in other U. S. regions, ~36, ~68 in the South. See Sociological study meals. See Foods Food preparation, At, 24 Foods acceptance, rejection, ~4 bread, whole wheat and white, 56, 79 butter, 5~-2 eggs, 5 I-2 enriched flour, log, ~47, ~67 essential, 47 breakfast, lunch, dinner, 42-3 fruit, jI-2 glandular meats, 60 home produced, ~5 meat, 46, 5~-2 See also Meat consumption milk, 5 ~ -3 evaporated, ~47 new, ~04 potatoes, 5~-3 prepared, So psychological value, 80 salads, 53 vegetables, 5~-2 See also Diet Food shortages, sag Food substitutions, 2I, 53, ~8 Food sufficiency, ~59 Foreign Relief and Rehabilitations Opera- tions, Once of, ~7 Index Frame of reference, 44, ~69 relative weight, 45 status, 44, 79, 120 Gardens, 40, ~59 Gatekeeper, 37, 40 Germany, ~6~ Government employees, 85 Great 13ritairl, ~59, ~60, ~70 Greeks. See Culture Group belongingIless, 44, 55 Group decision, 55 Health, Welfare, and Related Defense Activities, 12 Holland, ~6~ Home economists, 27 Homogeneity index 43 Hungarians. See Culture Illinois study, ~35 Income groups, 36 Indian Affairs, Bureau of, ~z Indians, American. See Culture Inter-American Indian Institute, Interpretation of data, g3 See also Methods Interviews, 35, 63, 96 Italians. See Culture Labor Statistics, Bureau of, ~5 j Lewin test, 22 Liberated countries, feeding, 162 See also Emergency feeding Lockers, 40 Market research, ~4~ McNutt, Hon. Paul, 12 Meal patterns. See Foods Meat consumption advertising campaign, drawbacks, edu- cation of public, lard, meat train- ing schools, relation to defense program, survey, ~4~-6 research, ~30, ~43-6 Methods analysis, 26 compilation of material, 97 field work, Us general pattern, 98 of obtaining data, 88 Moonshining economy, ~ ~8 Morale, cod, ~64 Motivation needs, obstacles, values, 44 See also Frame of reference Narcotization, 74 National Academy of Sciences, ~4, ~7 National Defense Advisory Commission, 3, 9 National Defense Act, 3

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I~lde-~- NationaI Nutrition Conference, :z National Research Council, 3, g Negroes. See Culture North Africa, ~63 Norwegians. See Culture Nutrition dislocations, 24, ~29, ~62 education, 28, 74, g8, ~30, ~42, ~55, ~j8, ~62 channels, 29, 74 community organization block plan, 28, 76, ~o5 friendship pattern, 28, 74 local organization, 76 natural areas, 76 women's organizations, volunteers, ~58 material available, ~38, ~40, ~43, ~47, ~50, ~56 media, 26, Rio National Nutrition Education Cam- paign, As, log expert, nutritionist, 63, loo, ~58 conflict with, 79 in Great Britain, ~7~ integration of different aspects, z9 lines of communication, ~ ~ ~ program, 3, ~8, for, ~ lo, ~46, ~58 relation to socio-cultural pattern, log rural areas, ~39 science of, ~8, 29 urban communities, ~35 Obesity study, 27, 66-8 I77 Physiological responses, 2 Poland, ~62 See also Culture Psychology, applied to the study of food habits, 3, 35 Psychosomatic medicine, 27 somatic disorders and diet, 66 Qualitative studies, 86 Social differentiation, ~6 Sociological study, log attitudes towards foods, landlord-tenant relations, family, neighborhood relations, racial differences, vari- ations in level diet, IT0-12 South. See Nutrition South America, ~3~ South Carolina Public EIealth Service, ~6 Subcultural Groups. See Culture Surplus Marketing Administration, ~55 Survey questions, 93 Sweden, ~60 Urbanization, ~4 Verbal behavior, 86 War Food Administration, 4 Nutrition and Food Conservation Branch, 4, ~8 War, impact on food habits, ~68 War Information, Office of, ~7 War workers, 82 Why people eat what they eat, 35 Wilson, M. L., 4 Yugoslavia, ~64