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Food, Nutrition and the Media

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Beschreibung

Placed at the crossroads of diverse disciplines - medical sciences, information and communication science, sociology of food, agricultural sciences - this book focuses on media, food and nutrition. Contributors to this volume come from different countries including the United Kingdom, Germany, Mexico and Romania, and consider comparatively their native cultures. The book answers several questions: How are food and nutrition made visible and publicized? What is the role of media in relation to food and nutrition? What are the strategies of discourses surrounding food and nutrition within new public spaces?



Valentina Marinescu is Professor at the Department of Sociology at the University of Bucharest, Romania. Her research focuses on communication and media studies in Eastern Europe, with a special focus on Romania. 



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Valentina Marinescu is Professor at the Department of Sociology at the University of Bucharest, Romania. Her research focuses on communication and media studies in Eastern Europe, with a special focus on Romania. 



Klappentext
Placed at the crossroads of diverse disciplines medical sciences, information and communication science, sociology of food, agricultural sciences this book focuses on media, food and nutrition. Contributors to this volume come from different countries including the United Kingdom, Germany, Mexico and Romania, and consider comparatively their native cultures. The book answers several questions: How are food and nutrition made visible and publicized? What is the role of media in relation to food and nutrition? What are the strategies of discourses surrounding food and nutrition within new public spaces?

Inhalt
1. Introduction.
2. Food, nutrition and media.
3. The comparative analysis of media coverage and scientific literature on food and nutrition: The case of Eastern European Countries.
4. Nutrition: thematic coverage in Estonian scientific and mass media.
5. Analysis of occurrence of food and nutrition phrases in Polish scientific articles.Case study: overweight and obesity among children.
6. Mediatic coverage of scientific researches published in the Republic of Moldova on nutritionand foodsubjects.
7. A Comparative Conceptual Map of Alimentation and Nutrition in Romania.
8. Media coverage of the topic nutrition and related issues in German online news.
9. From nutritious banks for the poor to Top 10 meals against love pain Food in Bulgarian media as an entertaining zone.
10. Nutrition and food in online media in the Republic of Moldova. Content analysis.
11. A critical analysis of Romanian media representations of food - A qualitative and quantitative perspective.
12. Media coverage of food issues in Romania: A longitudinal analysis.
13. But Where are the Tastes of Yesteryear? Mapping the Commodification of Communist Brands.
14. Experiencing the Spectacle of Fine Dining. New Forms of Festivity in Sofia, Bulgaria and Diversion of Public Space.
15. Figurative reconstruction in food and healthcare advertising.
16. Culinary Discourse in Contemporary South Korea.
17. Romanian online media and public health threads: Case study incidents with food in urban areas.
18. An argument for a broader definition for Food Literacy: Findings from a systematic review.
19. Educating through television in health and nutrition.
20. Food consumption behaviour and lifestyle - a cross-national study in Romania, Bulgaria and the Republic of Moldavia.
21. Associations between Social Media Use and Loneliness, Body Image and Disordered Eating: A Qualitative Study of British Young Adults.
22. Relationship between self-regulated eating behaviour and eHealth literacy: A Confirmatory Factorial Analysis.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Food, Nutrition and the Media
Editor:
EAN: 9783030465001
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: Springer-Verlag GmbH
Genre: Medien, Kommunikation
Anzahl Seiten: 323
Veröffentlichung: 03.08.2020
Dateigrösse: 3.6 MB