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4 sem. hrs. Studies food habits, particularly as reflected in the food patterns of various groups who have immigrated to the U.S. throughout its history. Examines health status of these diverse populations; the multiple meanings of food in daily life, culture, religion, and among various societies and ethnicities; and culturally appropriate counseling; and develops an appreciation of the many underlying similarities across cultures.