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Suggested Citation:"Contents." National Research Council. 1943. The Problem of Changing Food Habits: Report of the Committee on Food Habits 1941-1943. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/9566.
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CONTENTS PREFACE. M. L. Wilson. PAGE PART I I INTRODUCTION T-ITSTORY OF THE COMMITTEE ON IM OOD HABITS. Carl E. Guthe . THE PROBLEM OF CHANGING FOOD H.\BITS. Margaret Mead. . PART I I .......9 .....To DEMONSTRATION AND RESEARCH CONDUCTED UNDER COMMITTEE AUSPICES FORCES BEHIND FOOD HABITS AND NIETHODS OF CHANGE. Kurt Lewin. . ADJUSTMENT TO DIETARY CHANGES IN VARIOUS SOMATIC DISORDERS. Hilde Eruch and Marjorie janis.............................. A STUDY OF THE ~ SE OF THE ITRIENDSEIP PATTERN IN NTUTRITION EDUCATION. Earl L. Koos................................... A STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF ODD-SHIFTS UPON THE FOOD HABITS OF N\rAR WORKERS. Gladys Engel-Erisch......................... A SUMMARY OF AN E2(PLORATORY STUDY IN FEDERAL EMPLOYEE TURN OVER IN WASHINGTON WITH SPECIAL ATTENTION TO LIVING HABITS. Virginia Van Dyne Fle~ing.......................... QUALITATIVE ATTITUDE ANALYSIS A TECHNIQUE FOR THE STUDY OF VERBAL BEHAVIOR. Rhoda Metraux........................... SUMMARY OF METHODS OF A FIELD WORK CLASS COOPERATING WITH THE COM MITTEE ON FOOD HABITS. Hortense Powdermaker ...... FOOD HABITS OF SELECTED SUBCULTURES IN THE UNITED STATES. Natalie if. Joffe............................................ TESTS OF ACCEPTABILITY OF EMERGENCY RATIONS. Natalie 8. Loire. .. A SUMMARY OF A STUDY OF SOME PERSONALITY FACTORS IN BLOCK LEADERS IN I OW INCOME GROUPS.................... PART III RELATED RESEARCH OUTLINE OF STUDIES ON Foon HABITS IN THE RURAL SOUTHEAST Margaret T. Cussler and Mary L. de Give..................... SOCIAL PROCESS AND DIETARY CHANGE. Herbert Passin and John W Bennett ................... 35 66 74 8 85 86 95 97 IO4 I05 I09 I I 3

6 Contents PART IV SUMMARIES OF COMMITTEE CONFERENCES PAGE RESEARCH IN THE FIELD O;F :FOOD HABITS, MA\' 23-~4, 1941 I~7 CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE FIELD OF MARKET RESEARCH, [UNE 27, 1941 . 141 CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE FIELD OF CHI]:.D DEVELOPMENT, [UNE 28, I94I I49 THE WARTIME ROLES OF THE NUTRITIONIST: SUPr EE)IENTING THE ROLE OF THE NUTRITIONIST AT THE HOUSEITOED l EVEE, APRIL ~6, 1942 AND JUNE I6, It . . . I58 LOCAL FOOD SUFFICIENCY, SEPTEMBER 26, 194'2 AND NOVEMBER 2I, Ig42. 159 RATIONING AND MORALE, NOVEMBER PI, 1942 160 FEEDING LIBERATED COUNTRIES AND NUTRITION EDUCATION, TAN-WARY ~47 TAM PROBLEMS OF FOOD SUPPLY, FOOD HABITS, AND NUTRITION IN CHINA, _ ~ EBRUARY I I, I 943 .... . . . . . . ... . .. . IMPACT OF THE WAR ON LOCAL FOOD FIABITS, NIAKC1:T ~7, 1943 SPECIAL SOCIAL SURVEYS IN GREAT BRITAIN, A! RIL ~ 5, 1943 . PUBLICATIONS OF COMMITTEE ON FOOD HABITS. I NDEX. 162 165 ... 168 17O 173 ........................................................ I75

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