Food Experiences at Home: The Role of Ethnic Food in Brazilian Family Relations

@article{deCarvalho2020FoodEA,
  title={Food Experiences at Home: The Role of Ethnic Food in Brazilian Family Relations},
  author={Andr{\'e} Laranjeira de Carvalho and Felipe Gerhard and Ana Augusta Ferreira de Freitas},
  journal={Latin American Business Review},
  year={2020},
  volume={22},
  pages={53 - 73}
}
Abstract This study aims to advance the understanding of the ethnic food transformation and motivation to prepare ethnic food at home. By mapping the identities and roles of the family caregivers, the study also focuses on the importance of ethnic cuisine in pleasing and fulfilling family’ needs. Conducted over three years using quantitative and qualitative research techniques such as interviews, surveys, and netnography, this study explores how and in what ways everyday experiences are… Expand

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