Influence of parents on child eating practices in low SES communities

Identifying insights for health promotion campaigns

Stephanie Judd, Joshua Newton, Fiona Newton, Michael Ewing

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference PaperOther

Abstract

Epidemiological evidence suggests that a diet high in fruit and vegetables helps to promote health and to prevent chronic disease (Bofetta et al. 2010; Hung et al. 2004; Turrell, Stanley, de Looper and Oldenburg 2006). However, Australian data indicates that the consumption of fruit and vegetables is well below the recommended daily intake (Australian Bureau of Statistics [ABS] 2009). Unfortunately, socioeconomically disadvantaged groups are particularly likely to have a diet characterised by low fruit and vegetable intake compared to their less disadvantaged counterparts (Ball, Crawford and Mishra 2006; Giskes et al. 2002). Thus, gaining a better understanding of the factors that intersect with an individuals’ ability to obtain a healthy diet, especially for the socioeconomically disadvantaged, is an important issue in health promotion research.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLooking Forward, Looking Back
Subtitle of host publicationDrawing on the Past to Shape the Future of Marketing - Proceedings of the 2013 World Marketing Congress
EditorsColin Campbell, Junzhao Jonathon Ma
Place of PublicationCham Switzerland
PublisherSpringer
Pages352-355
Number of pages4
ISBN (Electronic)9783319241845
ISBN (Print)9783319241821
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016
EventAMS World Marketing Congress 2013 - Melbourne, Australia
Duration: 17 Jul 201320 Jul 2013

Conference

ConferenceAMS World Marketing Congress 2013
Abbreviated titleAMS WMC 2013
CountryAustralia
CityMelbourne
Period17/07/1320/07/13

Keywords

  • Vegetable Consumption
  • Feeding Style
  • Healthful Food
  • Health Promotion Campaign
  • Healthy Food Option

Cite this

Judd, S., Newton, J., Newton, F., & Ewing, M. (2016). Influence of parents on child eating practices in low SES communities: Identifying insights for health promotion campaigns. In C. Campbell, & J. J. Ma (Eds.), Looking Forward, Looking Back: Drawing on the Past to Shape the Future of Marketing - Proceedings of the 2013 World Marketing Congress (pp. 352-355). Cham Switzerland: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-24184-5_92
Judd, Stephanie ; Newton, Joshua ; Newton, Fiona ; Ewing, Michael. / Influence of parents on child eating practices in low SES communities : Identifying insights for health promotion campaigns. Looking Forward, Looking Back: Drawing on the Past to Shape the Future of Marketing - Proceedings of the 2013 World Marketing Congress. editor / Colin Campbell ; Junzhao Jonathon Ma. Cham Switzerland : Springer, 2016. pp. 352-355
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Judd, S, Newton, J, Newton, F & Ewing, M 2016, Influence of parents on child eating practices in low SES communities: Identifying insights for health promotion campaigns. in C Campbell & JJ Ma (eds), Looking Forward, Looking Back: Drawing on the Past to Shape the Future of Marketing - Proceedings of the 2013 World Marketing Congress. Springer, Cham Switzerland, pp. 352-355, AMS World Marketing Congress 2013, Melbourne, Australia, 17/07/13. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-24184-5_92

Influence of parents on child eating practices in low SES communities : Identifying insights for health promotion campaigns. / Judd, Stephanie; Newton, Joshua; Newton, Fiona; Ewing, Michael.

Looking Forward, Looking Back: Drawing on the Past to Shape the Future of Marketing - Proceedings of the 2013 World Marketing Congress. ed. / Colin Campbell; Junzhao Jonathon Ma. Cham Switzerland : Springer, 2016. p. 352-355.

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Judd S, Newton J, Newton F, Ewing M. Influence of parents on child eating practices in low SES communities: Identifying insights for health promotion campaigns. In Campbell C, Ma JJ, editors, Looking Forward, Looking Back: Drawing on the Past to Shape the Future of Marketing - Proceedings of the 2013 World Marketing Congress. Cham Switzerland: Springer. 2016. p. 352-355 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-24184-5_92