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Food and Transformation by Eve Jackson
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Jun 16, 2007

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Psyche reveals itself in the material world: in what we eat, in what we don't eat, in how we treat our bodies, in our attitudes toward our bodies and our food. Good book covering cultural images of eating, digestion, defecation, and growth that may spark an exploration of one's own attitudes towards these activities. From my favorite publisher of psychology texts - Inner City Books.

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