j) Food and diet

Men, masculinity, and food / diet

Bogueva, D., & Marinova, D. (2019). Reconciling Not Eating Meat and Masculinity in the Marketing Discourse for New Food Alternatives Environmental, Health, and Business Opportunities in the New Meat Alternatives Market (pp. 260-282): IGI Global.

Bogueva, D., & Marinova, D. (2019). Reconciling Not Eating Meat and Masculinity in the Marketing Discourse for New Food Alternatives. Environmental, Health, and Business Opportunities in the New Meat Alternatives Market (pp. 260-282): IGI Global.

Browarnik, B. (2012). Attitudes Toward Male Vegetarians: Challenging Gender Norms Through Food Choices. Connecticut College. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.conncoll.edu/psychhp/25

Coffey, J. (2016). ‘I put pressure on myself to keep that body’: ‘Health’-related body work, masculinities and embodied identity. Social Theory & Health, 14(2), 169-188.

Counihan, Carole. (1999). The Anthropology of Food and Body: Gender, Meaning and Power. Routledge.

Cox, R. (2015). Hegemonic masculinity and health outcomes in men: A mediational study on the influence of masculinity on diet. The University of Memphis. 

de Souza, P., and K. E. Ciclitira. (2005). Men and Dieting: A Qualitative Analysis. J Health Psychol, 10(6): 793-804.

Food and Foodways. (2005), 13, no. 1-2. Includes;
The Overcooked And Underdone: Masculinities In Japanese Food Programming / Holden, T.
Men, Meat, And Marriage: Models Of Masculinity / Sobal, Jeffery.
Cooking on Their Own: Cuisines of Manly Men / Wilk, Richard; Hintlian, Persephone.
Saving Milk Through Masculinity: Public Health Officers and Pure Milk, 1880-1930 / Block, Daniel.
‘Please Pass The Chicken Tits’: Rethinking Men And Cooking At An Urban Firehouse / Deutsch, Jonathan.

Gough, B. (2007). ‘Real men don’t diet’: An analysis of contemporary newspaper representations of men, food and health. Social Science & Medicine, 64(2): 326-337.

Gough, B., and M.T. Conner. (2005). Barriers to healthy eating amongst men: A qualitative analysis. Social Science and Medicine, 62(2): 387-395.

Greenebaum, J., & Dexter, B. (2018). Vegan Men and Hybrid Masculinity. Journal of Gender Studies, 27(6), 637-648.

Hart, D. (2018). Faux-Meat and Masculinity: The Gendering of Food on Three Vegan Blogs. Canadian Food Studies/La Revue canadienne des études sur l'alimentation, 5(1), 133-155.

Haycock, L. (2014). “ The measure of the man...?! Men aged 18-24: health, food, lifestyle practices and constructions of masculinity. University of Huddersfield. 

Kildal, C. L., & Syse, K. L. (2017). Meat and masculinity in the Norwegian Armed Forces. Appetite, 112, 69-77.

Kopczyńska, E., & Zielińska, K. (2016). Feeding the Body, Feeding the Gender: Dietary Choices of Men and Women in Poland. East European Politics and Societies, 30(1), 147-168.

Lapiņa, L., & Leer, J. (2016). Carnivorous heterotopias: gender, nostalgia and hipsterness in the Copenhagen meat scene. NORMA, 11(2), 89-109.

Mróz, L. W., & Robertson, S. (2015). Gender relations and couple negotiations of British men’s food practice changes after prostate cancer. Appetite, 84, 113-119.

Mycek, M. K. (2015). Meatless Meals and Masculinity: An Examination of Men’s Use of Rationality and Scientific Research to Explain Their Plant-based Diets. (Masters), North Carolina State University. 

Mycek, M. K. (2018). Meatless Meals and Masculinity: How Veg* Men Explain Their Plant-Based Diets. Food and Foodways, 26(3), 223-245.

Naguib, Nefissa. (2015). Nurturing Masculinities: Men, Food, and Family in Contemporary Egypt. University of Texas Press.

Nath, J. (2011). Gendered fare?: A qualitative investigation of alternative food and masculinities. Journal of Sociology, 47(3): 261-278.

Neuman, N., Gottzén, L., & Fjellström, C. (2017a). Masculinity and the Sociality of Cooking in Men’s Everyday Lives. The Sociological Review, 65(4), 816-831.

Neuman, N., Gottzén, L., & Fjellström, C. (2017b). Narratives of Progress: Cooking and Gender Equality among Swedish Men. Journal of Gender Studies, 26(2), 151-163.

Nolen, J. A. (2017). Recipes for Change? Patriarchal and Progressive Masculinities in Cookbooks for Men. Men and Masculinities, 1097184X17739068.

Oliffe, J. L., Grewal, S., Bottorff, J. L., Dhesi, J., Bindy, H., Kang, K., . . . Hislop, T. G. (2010). Masculinities, Diet and Senior Punjabi Sikh Immigrant Men: Food for Western Thought? Sociology of Health & Illness, 32(5), 761-776.

Potts, A. and J. Parry (2010). Vegan Sexuality: Challenging Heteronormative Masculinity through Meat-free Sex. Feminism Psychology 20(1): 53-72.

Roos, G., R. Prattala, and K. Koski. (2001). Men, Masculinity and Food: Interviews with Finnish Carpenters and Engineers. Appetite. August; 37(1):47-56.

Russell, Cherry et al. (in press). Foodways of disadvantaged men growing old in the inner city: Policy issues from ethnographic research. In S. Gauthier, D.N. Weisstub & D.C. Thomasma. (eds.), International Library of Ethics, Law and the New Medicine: Aging, Culture, Health and Social Change (Vol. 1, pp. 133-157): Kluwer Academic Press.

Schösler, H., de Boer, J., Boersema, J. J., & Aiking, H. (2015). Meat and masculinity among young Chinese, Turkish and Dutch adults in the Netherlands. Appetite, 89, 152-159.

Sumpter, K. C. (2015). Masculinity and meat consumption: An analysis through the theoretical lens of hegemonic masculinity and alternative masculinity theories. Sociology Compass, 9(2), 104-114.

Swenson, R. (2009). Domestic Divo? Televised Treatments of Masculinity, Femininity and Food. Critical Studies in Media Communication, 26(1): 36-53.

Thomas, M. A. (2016). Are vegans the same as vegetarians? The effect of diet on perceptions of masculinity. Appetite, 97, 79-86.

Tran, X. B. (2018). Reading Food in Boys’ Love Manga: A Gastronomic Study of Food and Male Homosexuality in the Manga Work of Yoshinaga Fumi. Auckland University of Technology.  


Gender, food / diet, animal rights, etc.

Adams, C. J. (1995). Comment on George's" Should feminists be vegetarians?". Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 21(1), 221-225.

Adams, C. J. (2006). An animal manifesto gender, identity, and vegan-feminism in the twenty-first century. Parallax, 12(1), 120-128.

Adams, C. J. (2018). Neither man nor beast: Feminism and the defense of animals. Bloomsbury Publishing.

Birke, L. (2002). Intimate familiarities? Feminism and human-animal studies. Society and Animals, 10(4), 429-436.

Birke, L. (2007). Relating animals: Feminism and our connections with nonhumans. Humanity & Society, 31(4), 305-318.

Deckha, M. (2008). Disturbing images: PETA and the feminist ethics of animal advocacy. Ethics and the Environment, 35-76.

Donovan, J. (1990). Animal rights and feminist theory. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 15(2), 350-375.

Donovan, J. (2006). Feminism and the treatment of animals: From care to dialogue. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 31(2), 305-329.

Fraiman, S. (2012). Pussy panic versus liking animals: Tracking gender in animal studies. Critical Inquiry, 39(1), 89-115.

Gaarder, E. (2011). Where the boys aren't: The predominance of women in animal rights activism. Feminist Formations, 54-76.

Gaarder, E. (2011). Women and the animal rights movement. Rutgers University Press.

George, K. P. (1994). Should feminists be vegetarians?. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 19(2), 405-434.

Hird, M. J., & Roberts, C. (2011). Feminism theorises the nonhuman.

McKenna, E. (1994). Feminism and vegetarianism: A critique of Peter Singer. Philosophy in the Contemporary World, 1(3), 28-35.

Peek, C. W., Bell, N. J., & Dunham, C. C. (1996). Gender, gender ideology, and animal rights advocacy. Gender & Society, 10(4), 464-478.

Twine, R. (2010). Intersectional disgust? Animals and (eco) feminism. Feminism & Psychology, 20(3), 397-406.