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Meat, medicine and human health in the twentieth century / edited by David Cantor, Christian Bonah and Matthias Dorries.

Contributor(s): Cantor, David | Bonah, Christian | Dorries, Matthias.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: WB426 .M43 2016Series: Studies for the Society for the Social History of Medicine: no. 1.Publication: London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016Description: xiii, 257 p. : Ill.Notes: Reprint. Originally published: London : Pickering & Chatto, 2010.ISBN: 9781138664425; 9781848931039; 1848931034.Subject(s): Meat industry and trade -- Health aspects -- Europe -- History -- 20th century | Meat -- Health aspects -- North America -- History -- 20th century | Meat industry and trade -- Health aspects -- Europe -- History -- 20th century | Meat industry and trade -- Health aspects -- North America -- History -- 20th century
Contents:
Zomine : A tale of raw meat, tuberculosis, industry and war in early twentieth century France / Ilana Löwy -- Treat with meat : protein, palatability and pernicious anaemia in the 1920s-30s / Susan E. Lederer -- How abattoir 'biotrash' connected the social worlds of the university laboratory and the disassembly line / Naomi Pfeffer -- What's meatpacking got to do with worker and community health? / Donald D. Stull and Michael J. Broadway -- Is refrigerated meat healthy? : Mexico encounters the Chicago meatpacking 'jungle' c. 1910 / Jeffrey M. Pilcher -- Confused messages : meat, civilization, and cancer education in the early twentieth century / David Cantor -- What's for dinner? : Science and the ideology of meat in twentieth-century US culture / Rima D. Apple -- Vegetarianism, meat, and life reform in early twentieth-century Germany and their fate in the 'Third Reich' / Ulrike Thoms -- Mad and coughing cows : bovine tuberculosis, BSE and health in twentieth-century Britain / Keir Waddington -- Food, drug and consumer regulation : The 'meat, DES and cancer' debates in the United States / Jean-Paul Gaudillière.
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Reprint. Originally published: London : Pickering & Chatto, 2010.

Zomine : A tale of raw meat, tuberculosis, industry and war in early twentieth century France / Ilana Löwy -- Treat with meat : protein, palatability and pernicious anaemia in the 1920s-30s / Susan E. Lederer -- How abattoir 'biotrash' connected the social worlds of the university laboratory and the disassembly line / Naomi Pfeffer -- What's meatpacking got to do with worker and community health? / Donald D. Stull and Michael J. Broadway -- Is refrigerated meat healthy? : Mexico encounters the Chicago meatpacking 'jungle' c. 1910 / Jeffrey M. Pilcher -- Confused messages : meat, civilization, and cancer education in the early twentieth century / David Cantor -- What's for dinner? : Science and the ideology of meat in twentieth-century US culture / Rima D. Apple -- Vegetarianism, meat, and life reform in early twentieth-century Germany and their fate in the 'Third Reich' / Ulrike Thoms -- Mad and coughing cows : bovine tuberculosis, BSE and health in twentieth-century Britain / Keir Waddington -- Food, drug and consumer regulation : The 'meat, DES and cancer' debates in the United States / Jean-Paul Gaudillière.

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