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Socioeconomic influences on women's eating behaviours

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posted on 2007-01-01, 00:00 authored by Victoria. Inglis
This thesis investigated the socioeconomic influences on women's eating behaviours. Results showed that women of low socioeconomic position not only perceived higher direct financial costs as a predominant barrier for consuming a healthy diet, but also a number of indirect or non-financial cost factors such as the perceived additional time costs involved in preparing and cooking healthy foods.

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xvii, 275 leaves + appendices ; 30 cm.

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thesis

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thesis

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eng

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Degree conferred 2008.

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Ph.D.

Faculty

Faculty of Health

School

School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences

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