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Title: Influences on Maltese children’s food intake : proposing a ‘socio-ecological culture-cuisine food model’
Authors: Piscopo, Suzanne
Keywords: Food habits -- Malta
Children -- Nutrition -- Malta
Food consumption -- Malta
Food -- Social aspects
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Federal Research Center for Nutrition and Food
Citation: Piscopo, S. (2005). Influences on Maltese children’s food intake: proposing a ‘socio-ecological culture-cuisine food model’. 9th Karlsruhe Nutrition Congress, Karlsruhe. 254-262.
Abstract: The complexity of influences on children’s food choices is undisputed. It is an area which has often been researched through analysis of different factors ranging, for example, from gender to family socio-economic status, from individual food preferences to peer modelling, and from maternal prescriptions to school food and nutrition education. However, models which offer an integrated systematic representation of how these different factors work in determining a child’s food intake are scarce.
ISSN: 09335463
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