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Having Their Cake and Eating it Too: Being Distinct in an Omnivorous Food Culture
Unformatted Document Text:  Pearce, Tralee. 2003. “Bring Your Own Trailer.” The Globe & Mail. Saturday, October 4 th . L12. Peterson, Richard. 1997. “The Rise and Fall of Highbrow Snobbery as a Status Marker.” Poetics 25: 75-92. Peterson, Richard A. and Roger M. Kern. 1996. “Changing Highbrow Taste: From Snob to Omnivore”, American Sociological Review 61 (5):900-907. Peterson, Richard A. and Albert Simkus. 1992. “How Musical Taste Groups Mark Occupational Status Groups.” Pp. 152-168 in Cultivating Differences: Symbolic boundaries and the Making of Inequality, edited by M. lamong and M. Fournier. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. Power, Elaine M. (2004). The Determinants of Healthy Eating among Low-Income Canadians. Ottawa, ON: Health Canada Office of Nutrition Policy and Promotion. Reynolds, Jonathon. 2003. “Construction Projects.” The New York Times. June 15 th , 2003. Reed, Julia. 2003. “Food for Thought.” New York Times Magazine. December 14 th , 2003. Richman, Alan. 2004. “My Year in Food.” Bon Appétit 49 (1):36-43. Rodgers, Rick. “Best of the Year. Haute Burger.” Bon Appétit 49 (1):84-5. Seabrook, John. 2001. Nobrow. The Culture of Marketing and the Marketing of Culture. New York: Random House, Inc. Susan Sontag, 1966. Against Interpretation and Other Essays. Farrar, Straus & Giroux: New York. Van Eijck, Koen. 2001. “Social Differentiation in Musical Taste Patterns.” Social Forces 79:1163-1184. von Hahn, Karen. 2003. “Noticed. Iceberg Tips.” The Globe & Mail. Saturday, September 6 th , L3.

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Pearce, Tralee. 2003. “Bring Your Own Trailer.” The Globe & Mail. Saturday, October
4
th
. L12.

Peterson, Richard. 1997. “The Rise and Fall of Highbrow Snobbery as a Status Marker.”
Poetics 25: 75-92.

Peterson, Richard A. and Roger M. Kern. 1996. “Changing Highbrow Taste: From Snob
to Omnivore”, American Sociological Review 61 (5):900-907.

Peterson, Richard A. and Albert Simkus. 1992. “How Musical Taste Groups Mark
Occupational Status Groups.” Pp. 152-168 in Cultivating Differences: Symbolic
boundaries and the Making of Inequality
, edited by M. lamong and M. Fournier.
Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Power, Elaine M. (2004). The Determinants of Healthy Eating among Low-Income
Canadians. Ottawa, ON: Health Canada Office of Nutrition Policy and
Promotion.

Reynolds, Jonathon. 2003. “Construction Projects.” The New York Times. June 15
th
,
2003.

Reed, Julia. 2003. “Food for Thought.” New York Times Magazine. December 14
th
, 2003.

Richman, Alan. 2004. “My Year in Food.” Bon Appétit 49 (1):36-43.

Rodgers, Rick. “Best of the Year. Haute Burger.” Bon Appétit 49 (1):84-5.

Seabrook, John. 2001. Nobrow. The Culture of Marketing and the Marketing of Culture.
New York: Random House, Inc.

Susan Sontag, 1966. Against Interpretation and Other Essays. Farrar, Straus & Giroux:
New York.

Van Eijck, Koen. 2001. “Social Differentiation in Musical Taste Patterns.” Social
Forces 79:1163-1184.

von Hahn, Karen. 2003. “Noticed. Iceberg Tips.” The Globe & Mail. Saturday,
September 6
th
, L3.


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