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Autori: Davison, Jenny; Share, Michelle; Hennessy Marita; Bunting, Brendan; Markovina, Jerko; Stewart-Knox, Barbara
Naslov: Correlates of food choice in unemployed young people : The role of demographic factors, self- efficacy, food involvement, food poverty and physical activity
Izvornik: Food quality and preference (0950-3293) 46 (2015); 40-47
Vrsta rada: članak
Ključne riječi: Young people; NEET; Survey; Path analysis; Food choice; FFQ; Self-efficacy; Food involvement; Food poverty
Sažetak:
Associations between socio-demographic and psychological factors and food choice patterns were explored in unemployed young people who constitute a vulnerable group at risk of poor dietary health.Volunteers (N = 168), male (n = 97) and female (n = 71), aged 15–25 years were recruited through United Kingdom (UK) community-based organisations serving young people not in education training or employment (NEET). Survey questionnaire enquired on food poverty, physical activity and measured responses to the Food Involvement Scale (FIS), Food Self-Efficacy Scale (FSS) and a 19-item Food Frequency Questionnaire (FFQ). A path analysis was undertaken to explore associations between age, gender, food poverty, age at leaving school, food self-efficacy (FS-E), food involvement (FI)(kitchen ; uninvolved ; enjoyment), physical activity and the four food choice patterns (junk food ; healthy ; fast food ; high fat). FS-E was strong in the model and increased with age. FS-E was positively associated with more frequent choice of healthy food and less frequent junk or high fat food (having controlled for age, gender and age at leaving school). FI (kitchen and enjoyment) increased with age. Higher FI (kitchen) was associated with less frequent junk food and fast food choice. Being uninvolved with food was associated with more frequent fast food choice. Those who left school after the age of 16 years reported more frequent physical activity. Of the indirect effects, younger individuals had lower FI (kitchen) which led to frequent junk and fast food choice. Females who were older had higher FI (enjoyment) which led to less frequent fast food choice. Those who had left school before the age of 16 had low food involvement (uninvolved)which led to frequent junk food choice. Multiple indices implied that data were a good fit to the model which indicated a need to enhance food self- efficacy and encourage food involvement in order to improve dietary health among these disadvantaged young people.
Izvorni jezik: ENG
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Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Javno zdravstvo i zdravstvena zaštita,Ekonomija,Psihologija
URL Internet adrese: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0950329315001433
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.foodqual.2015.06.014
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DOI: 10.1016/j.foodqual.2015.06.014
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Google Scholar: Correlates of food choice in unemployed young people : The role of demographic factors, self- efficacy, food involvement, food poverty and physical activity
Upisao u CROSBI: Jerko Markovina (jmarkovina@agr.hr), 16. Srp. 2015. u 21:35 sati



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