With dual-working households now the norm, Food, Families and Work is the first comprehensive study to explore how families negotiate everyday food practices in the context of paid employment. As the working of hours of British parents are among the highest in Europe, the United Kingdom provides a key case study for investigating the relationship between parental employment and family food practices. Focusing on issues such as the gender division of foodwork, the impact of family income on diet, family meals, and the ...

Food, Families and Work 2016, Bloomsbury Academic, New York

ISBN-13: 9780857855084

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Food, Families and Work 2016, Bloomsbury Academic, New York

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