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Unformatted text preview: He found that a different social class has different food preferences. A high social class would eat fancier foods that are decorated while a lower class would not worry about what the food was dressed up like. There is a link based on calories and social class. The higher the person is up the social ladder then the higher the calorie intake. Not only does food have change based on sociology, but so do the people who serve the food. Sociologists have done research on restaurant workers based on their social behavior. They believe that their social behavior can be traced with the food that they serve. If the worker is around food they have a better social life. This is because Kmieciak 2 that in a restaurant there is a social atmosphere already, this can help a person adapt to different social experiences....
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- Spring '08
- Sociology, Pierre Bourdieu, Kmieciak Ms. Pilat, French food preferences