L’art de l’artichaut et autres rituels: transmission de pratiques sociales et alimentaires dans les diners familiaux parisiens

Abstract : This study views family dinners as essential settings for the transmission of social and food practices from adults to children. French family dinners in particular are privileged moments for children to appropriate the material and immaterial dimensions of food heritage. These lengthy commensal dinners are organized in distinctive steps to which all dinner members participate synchronically. The first course corresponds to the participants’ entrance into the meal: it enables them to adjust their rhythms. In our corpus, participants adopt a variety of food practices centered on the consumption of vegetables. In this study, we first present our theoretical approach and our data. We then analyze the ritualization and regulation processes that structure the transmission and appropriation of specialized food by children, practices based on the qualitative analysis of a selection of extracts.
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Aliyah Morgenstern, Camille Debras, Pauline Beaupoil, Marine Le Mené, Stéphanie Caët, et al.. L’art de l’artichaut et autres rituels: transmission de pratiques sociales et alimentaires dans les diners familiaux parisiens. Anthropology of Food, Anthropology of Food, 2015, Patrimoines alimentaires enfantins, 9, 〈http://aof.revues.org/7836〉. 〈hal-01221931〉

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