Merav Shohet

Merav Shohet



Merav Shohet teaches in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Toronto Scarborough.


2013. Shohet, Merav. Everyday Sacrifice and Language Socialization in Vietnam: The Power of a Respect Particle. American Anthropologist,115(2):203-217.

2013. Jack Sidnell and Merav Shohet. The Problem of Peers in Vietnamese Interaction. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.) 19:618-638.

2010. Ochs, Elinor, Merav Shohet, Belinda Campos and Margaret Beck. Coming Together at Dinner: A Study of Working Families. In Workplace Flexibility: Realigning 20th Century Jobs to 21st Century Workers. Barbara Schneider and Kathleen Christensen, eds., 57-70. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

2007. Shohet, Merav. Narrating Anorexia: ‘Full’ and ‘Struggling’ Genres of Recovery. Ethos 35(3): 344-382.

2006. Ochs, Elinor and Merav Shohet. The Cultural Construction of Mealtime Socialization. New Directions in Child and Adolescent Development. Spring 111: 35-49.  [Also translated into Spanish2014. In Enfoques socioculturales de la alimenticaíon (Sociocultural Approaches to Food). Laura Piaggio y Andrea Mónica Solans, eds. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Akadia, pp.259-276.]

R&R. Shohet, Merav. No Parting Words? Inscribing a Moral Self and Managing Bereavement in Vietnam. American Ethnologist