Shyon Baumann and Josée Johnston
| November 25, 2008
| Winter 2009
Food magazines are designed to appeal to the senses, but they provide guidance about culture, status, and the good life, as well as food. Rather than telling readers what to do, these magazines tell them how to be.
Shyon Baumann is in the sociology department at the University of Toronto and studies the sociology of culture, media, the arts and inequality.
Josée Johnston is in the sociology department at the University of Toronto and studies the sociology of food, social movements and consumerism.