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Chewing Gum

Author : Michael Redclift
ISBN : 9781135945923
Genre : Social Science
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In Chewing Gum, Michael Redclift deftly chronicles the growing popularity of gum in the U.S. alongside a fascinating history of peasant revolution led by charismatic Indians in the jungles of southern Mexico.

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Author : Ignacio Rubio Carriquiriborde
ISBN : OCLC:1029902612
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Comprehensive Preventive Dentistry

Author : Hardy Limeback
ISBN : 9781118280201
Genre : Medical
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Comprehensive Preventive Dentistry provides oneuser-friendly resource that brings together information on thescientific basis and clinical practice of all aspects of preventivedentistry. This thorough and all-encompassing resource offerstechniques and strategies for maintaining excellent oral health inpatients through a regimen of preventive measures. Comprehensive Preventive Dentistry is grounded in apatient-centered, pre-emptive, and minimally invasive philosophy.The book begins by covering individual diseases, such as caries,periodontitis, and oral cancer, as well as therapies (sealants,fluoride) and other relevant conditions (toothwear,hypersensitivity). Additionally, concepts such as the role of dietand nutrition in oral health are discussed. Also covered are oralcare products and new techological developments in caries diagnosisand risk assessment, periodontal disease and oral cancer, as wellas new developments in home care products. A valuable and comprehensive companion that will appeal todentists and dental hygienists, this helpful new book provides itsreaders with one authoritative resource that offers a reliable andhelpful companion to practicing preventive dentistry.

Material Culture

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ISBN : UVA:X030052398
Genre : Frontier and pioneer life
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Consumer Culture In Latin America

Author : J. Sinclair
ISBN : 9781137116864
Genre : Social Science
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How can we understand consumption in a region known for its cultural richness and vast inequalities? What do Latin Americans consume, and why? Examining topics from tango and samba to sex workers in Costa Rica, from eating tamales to selling ice in the Andes, and from building and moving houses to buying cell phones, this collection brings together original research on some of the many forms of consumption and consumers that contribute to Latin American cultures and histories. Contributors include sociologists, anthropologists, media and cultural studies scholars, geographers and historians, showcasing diverse approaches to understanding Latin American consumption practices and consumer culture.

The Oxford Companion To American Food And Drink

Author : Andrew F. Smith
ISBN : 9780195307962
Genre : Cooking
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A panoramic history of the culinary traditions, culture, and evolution of American food and drink features nearly one thousand entries, essays, and articles on such topics as fast food, celebrity chefs, regional and ethnic cuisine, social and cultural food history, food science, and more, along with hundreds of photographs and lists of food museums, Web sites, festivals, and organizations.

Chewing Gum In America 1850 1920

Author : Kerry Segrave
ISBN : 9781476619811
Genre : Social Science
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Americans began chewing gum long before 1850, scraping resin from spruce trees, removing any bits of bark or insects and chewing the finished product. Commercially-made gum was of limited availability and came in three types—tree resin, pretroleum-based paraffin and chicle-based—the latter, a natural latex, ultimately eclipsing its rivals by 1920. Once considered a women-only bad habit, chewing gum grew in popularity and was soon indulged in by all segments of society. The gum industry tried vigorously to export the habit, but it proved uniquely American and would not stick abroad. This book examines the chewing gum industry in the United States from 1850 to 1920, the rise and spread of gum chewing and the reactions—nearly all negative—to the habit from editorial writers, reformers, religious figures, employers and the courts. The age-old problem of what to do with chewed gum—some saved it in lockets around their neck; some shared it with friends—is also covered.

Chicle

Author : Jennifer P. Mathews
ISBN : UOM:39015084097222
Genre : Business & Economics
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Although Juicy Fruit® gum was introduced to North Americans in 1893, Native Americans in Mesoamerica were chewing gum thousands of years earlier. And although in the last decade biographies have been devoted to salt, spices, chocolate, coffee, and other staples of modern life, until now there has never been a full history of chewing gum. Chicle is a history in four acts, all of them focused on the sticky white substance that seeps from the sapodilla tree when its bark is cut. First, Jennifer Mathews recounts the story of chicle and its earliest-known adherents, the Maya and Aztecs. Second, with the assistance of botanist Gillian Schultz, Mathews examines the sapodilla tree itself, an extraordinarily hardy plant that is native only to Mesoamerica and the Caribbean. Third, Mathews presents the fascinating story of the chicle and chewing gum industry over the last hundred plus years, a tale (like so many twentieth-century tales) of greed, growth, and collapse. In closing, Mathews considers the plight of the chicleros, the extractors who often work by themselves tapping trees deep in the forests, and how they have emerged as icons of local pop culture portrayed as fearless, hard-drinking brawlers, people to be respected as well as feared. Before Dentyne® and Chiclets®, before bubble gum comic strips and the Doublemint® twins, there was gum, oozing from jungle trees like melting candle wax under the slash of a machete. Chicle tells us everything that happened next. It is a spellbinding story.

Library Journal

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ISBN : IND:30000093087140
Genre : Libraries
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Printers Ink

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ISBN : UCAL:B3127466
Genre : Advertising
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