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245 00 Latin@s' presence in the food industry :|bchanging how we 
       think about food /|cedited by Meredith E. Abarca and 
       Consuelo Carr Salas. 
264  1 Fayetteville :|bUniversity of Arkansas,|c[2016] 
264  4 |c©2016 
300    1 online resource. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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490 1  Food and foodways 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  Series Editor's Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 
       Part 1. A Mother's Food; Chapter 1. Desde el Corazón; Part
       2. Displacementand Re-Creation; Chapter 2. Mexican Food in
       El Paso, 1880-1940; Chapter 3. The "New Mexican Way"; 
       Chapter 4. Food Gentrification in Downtown Puebla; Chapter
       5. From Working the Farm to Fast Food and Back Again; Part
       3. Food Professionalism from the Ground Up; Chapter 6. Las
       Gallinitas de Doña Luz; Chapter 7. Queering the Chili 
       Queens; Chapter 8. More Than "Just a Waitress"; Part 4. 
       Producing and Reproducing Identities; Chapter 9. 
       Conspicuous Consumption? 
505 8  Chapter 10. Writing against Food-Based Aesthetics of 
       ObjectificationChapter 11. Food Marketing Industry; Notes;
       Contributors; Index. 
520    Latin@s' Presence in the Food Industry takes the holistic 
       culinary approach of bringing together multidisciplinary 
       criticism to explore the diverse, and not always readily 
       apparent, ways that Latin@s relate to food and the food 
       industry. The networks Latin@s create, the types of 
       identities they fashion through food, and their 
       relationship to the US food industry are analyzed to 
       understand Latin@s as active creators of food-based 
       communities, as distinctive cultural representations, and 
       as professionals. This vibrant new collection acknowledges
       issues of labor conditions, economic politics, and 
       immigration laws--structural vulnerabilities that 
       certainly cannot be ignored--and strives to understand 
       more fully the active and conscious ways that Latina@s 
       create spaces to maneuver global and local food systems. 
588 0  Vendor-supplied metadata. 
590    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
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650  0 Hispanic Americans|xFood. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Abarca, Meredith E.,|d1967-|eeditor. 
700 1  Salas, Consuelo Carr,|eeditor. 
830  0 Food and foodways (Fayetteville, Ark.) 
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