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Title: Unity through food
Authors: Dag, Zarifa
Keywords: Food habits
Interpersonal relations
Issue Date: 2019
Citation: Dag, Z. (2019). Unity through food (Bachelor's dissertation).
Abstract: The first bite of any desired food always induces a majestic feeling that lets us delve through our precious memories and envision them according to the flavours which are being relished. Chicken Soup for the Soul by Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen is a collection of short stories recounting people’s ways of survival, visions of lives, and positive thinking. The title of the book itself portrays all these stories as warm soup or food that soothes and warms the body, especially when feeling cold. It is also a gentle reminder to remember the soothing feeling of eating grandma’s delicious cooking or our time spent at grandma's house. Through this research, there has been a journey of bridging between documentary filmmaking and moving illustration (animation). The narration explores contrasting human experiences. These vary between the desiring feeling of having a fulfilled stomach, to the psychological need to eat anything to ease away grumbling of the stomach and the feeling of nausea due to malnutrition.
Appears in Collections:Dissertations - FacMKS - 2019
Dissertations - FacMKSDA - 2019

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