The cross-Pacific chicken: Tourism, migration and chicken consumption in the Cook Islands.
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Discusses the impact of tourism (an incoming flow) and migration (an outgoing flow), as two manifestations of globalization, on the culinary culture of a small Pacific island state, the Cook Islands.
Dixon, J., & Jamieson, C. (2005). The cross-Pacific chicken: Tourism, migration and chicken consumption in the Cook Islands. In N. Fold & B. Pritchard (Eds.), Cross-continental food chains (pp. 81-93). London, England: Routledge.