Aricles Presented at "CULTURAL ASPECTS OF FOOD: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow." Symposium April 9, 10, 11, 1999 at Oreogn State University, Corvallis, OR. by the Department of Nutrition and Food Management.

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JOURNAL OF AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION REFERENCES BEFORE 2000.
This journal is edited and owned by the American Dietetic Association [http://www.eatright.org/]. They do have the indexes [http://www.adajournal.org/issues] to the Journal of the American Dietetic Association [http://www.adajournal.org/] from 1993 to current issues. This index of the “old” journals has not been done through the magic of technology but a search and typing into digital format. The library used had some missing issues and pages and the typist may have made mistakes. The JOURNAL has indexing from 1993 to current.[http://www.adajournal.org/issues]

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jada_1925-1934 .doc .pdf .html
jada_1935-1944 .doc .pdf .html
jada_1945-1954 .doc .pdf .html
jada_1955-1964 .doc .pdf .html
jada_1965-1974 .doc .pdf .html
jada_1975-1984 .doc .pdf .html
jada_1985-1994 .doc .pdf .html
jada_1995-2004 .doc .pdf .html

Symposium titled Cultural Aspects of Food: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow, April, 1999.

The references below are on a range of food-related references alphabetized by author. At that time, computerized reference databases were being developed. They generally contained references starting in 1970. At that time, with a generalized research program, there was a concern that the old literature would be ignored. An attempt was made to go through the primary "old" food-related journals and retrieve the article citations. These were placed on punch cards and computerized with a main-frame computer using the bibliographic program titled FAMULUS. As technology and computers changed, the files were eventually transferred from the mainframe program to a personal computer and eventually to the world wide web format. Additionally, during that time the developers research explored the quality [texture, color, and sensory quality] of a variety of foods grown in Oregon. Later, an interest in food and culture has been included. Those focuses and teaching responsibilities expanded the database to its current status. The files are available to retrieve literature before 1970, as well as afterward. It is a database from many sources at many times with problems that entails. It is hoped that all users will go to the original article if used for articles and presentations.

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