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Le Malaysian Food Barometer. L’impact de la modernisation compressée sur l’alimentation

Abstract : Malaysian society is undergoing rapid modernization. A middle class emerged, influencing the lifestyles and traditional food habits of the main three ethnics (Malays, Chinese, Indians). This article studies the impact of compressed modernization on food in a multicultural context. The Malaysian Food Barometer (MFB), published in 2014, focus on the socio-cultural determinants of food habits in Malaysia. After showing the effects of modernization on Malaysian society, it explains the methodology used and the objectives of the MFB. It exposes some of the results relating to the characteristics of the Malaysian food pattern. Finally, it exposed the theory of "compressed modernization" allows to report on the Malaysian situation.
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Jean-Pierre Poulain, Cyrille Laporte, Laurence Tibère, Élise Mognard, Ismaïl Noor, et al.. Le Malaysian Food Barometer. L’impact de la modernisation compressée sur l’alimentation. Sciences de la Société, Presses universitaires du Midi, 2019, ⟨10.4000/sds.10621⟩. ⟨hal-03276955⟩

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