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Works Cited Introduction This paper will explore the culturally adaptive, yet physically maladaptive, changes in American diet from early to late twentieth century. A shift from traditional to convenience foods coincides with the general modernization of the United States, specifically in the role of women in the home and in the workforce.
As America changes from a rural nation to one that is urban and industrialized, with rapidly increasing technology, more and more women are seen in the workforce. This increased activity allows less time for preparing meals, and modernization makes spending this time unnecessary.
However, increased accessibility of food, and especially convenience food, leaves late twentieth century America with a high prevalence of obesity, which can lead to numerous health problems.
The purpose of this paper is to review the literature relating to the changes in American diet in the twentieth century. Background will be presented on American food preparation, and the process of modernization will be analyzed.
Moreover, the specific alterations to food patterns will be documented, as a parallel to modernization. The negative consequences of the late twentieth century diet will be summarized lastly. Early Twentieth Century Cooking The early s saw most American meals prepared in the home by women, characteristically housewives.
Caring for the home was considered a full-time career for married women, and the work associated was typically legitimate as such, with the average woman spending forty-four hours a week preparing and cleaning after meals, with an additional seven hours for laundry and general housecleaning Bowers, Food was prepared from scratch, using coal or wood stoves and water that often needed to be transported from a pump Bowers, And this food was prepared for an average household size of 4.
Insixty percent of the U. Modernization of the United States With the spread of the Industrial Revolution, America became increasingly urbanized, with the urban population surpassing the rural population by Bowers, The technological revolution in agriculture did much to move families into the city, as did the higher wages in urban occupations Bowers, Byeighty-five percent of non-farm dwellings were wired for electricity Bowers,and the spread of interstates and other national roads after World War II likewise facilitated the move to the cities Goodman, Jul 31, · Watch video · Coca-Cola Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Muhtar Kent gave Douglas the North America job in January, essentially asking him to turn around a decade-long decline in American soda sales.
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