Meat traditions. The co-evolution of humans and meat
Meat in the Human Diet: A Biosocial Perspective
- BiologyMore than Beef, Pork and Chicken – The Production, Processing, and Quality Traits of Other Sources of Meat for Human Diet
The present chapter will outline the biosocial functions of meat within human communities, including the particularities of the contemporary state-of-affairs in postdomestic societies, as well as an overview of the (historic) discourses on the role of meat in health and disease.
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