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Le plaisir alimentaire dans le quotidien des adultes urbains en France: Des rendez-vous à ne pas manquer !

Abstract : Food pleasure is increasingly considered as an ally for the regulation of eating behaviours, in a context where health and nutritional injunctions remain strong. This article explores the daily relationship to food pleasure among urban eaters in France, by analysing their food routines and micro-activities. Focus groups and ethnographic sessions (home observations and semi-structured interviews) were conducted. The eaters set up “pleasure rituals”, corresponding to ritualised food intakes in a specific place, at a given time and in a precise social context. These “ritualized routines” (Dupuy and Rochedy 2018) allow them to respond to societal pressures on food on a daily basis. They help to balance eating behaviours over the long term, ensuring regular pleasures while making them socially acceptable.
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Thiron Sophie, Amélie Aubert-Plard. Le plaisir alimentaire dans le quotidien des adultes urbains en France: Des rendez-vous à ne pas manquer !. Anthropology of Food, Anthropology of Food, 2021, Articles VARIA. ⟨hal-03406776⟩

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