20 FEBRUARY 2012
For the 2nd edition of the European workshop held on February 16 and 17 in Ecully, France, the Institut Paul Bocuse Research Center chose to cover the theme of intercultural comparisons on eating habits and preferences.
Ten international PhD students (coming from Canada, South Korea, Denmark, Brazil…) presented their works and exchanged on different scientific approaches and the methodological stakes of group comparisons.
Several professionals from the agro-food industry also joined the group. The workshop was highlighted by appearances by Giada Danesi (Institut Paul Bocuse/EHESS/GL Events), Hal MacFie (Hal MacFie Services) and Hubert Roth (CRNH Grenoble) and presented methodological tutorials on the use of video for research.
The themes covered:
From connoisseur to tentative: Exploring everyday cosmopolitan eating practices
Sarah Cappeliez - University of Toronto, Canada
An intra inter cultural comparison – or a micro cosmos of bus drivers ethnical foodscapes
Rikke Nygaard - Aalborg University, Denmark
Parisian foodscapes: reflections on methodology
Liselotte Hedegaard - Aalborg University, Denmark
What is the impact of cultural values on the technical and practical training of Chinese teams in hospitality management? The case of the Institut Paul Bocuse Restaurant-School in Shanghai
Nathalie Louisgrand-Thomas - Institut Paul Bocuse
Norms, representations and behaviours concerning eating and body among French and Spanish young women
Maria Clara De Moraes Prata Gaspar - University of Toulouse II - Le Mirail
Evaluation of Risks for Food in Catering: A Comparison of Biases and Errors in Expert and Novice Reasoning
Stéphane Desaulty - Université Toulouse II - Le Mirail / Institut Paul Bocuse
Comparisons of individual bitterness perception and vegetable liking and consumption among Danish consumers - a pilot study for a cross-cultural sensory study between Denmark and France
Tove Kjaer Beck - Aarhus University, Denmark
Discussing the Methodological Issues of an Intercultural Comparison between France and Canada: the case of a study in food sociology
Aurélie Maurice - Paris Descartes University, Laboratory CERLIS - INRA, Laboratory ALISS
Carol-Anne Hartwick - Paris Descartes University, Laboratory CERLIS, Danone Institute International
Camera’s view of consumer rice-cooking behaviors in Korea, Japan, Thailand and France
Jung Soo Son - Ewha womans University, Korea