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Socioeconomic Differences and the Potential Role of Tribes in Young People’s Food and Drink Purchasing Outside School at Lunchtime
Socioeconomic deprivation has been linked to food consumption practices, but studies investigating the food environment around schools provide mixed findings. Peer influence and marketing cues are considered important ...
Socio-Economic Factors, the Food Environment and Lunchtime Food Purchasing by Young People at Secondary School
The aim of this paper is to report on the lunchtime food purchasing practices of secondary school students and some of the factors related to this purchasing, including the influence of socio-economic status (SES) and the ...
Lunchtime food and drink purchasing : young people’s practices, preferences and power within and beyond the school gate
This paper highlights factors that influence young people aged 13–15 years when purchasing food or drink within or beyond the school catering service. The paper draws from a qualitative study of secondary schools in Scotland, ...
The Influence of Deprivation and the Food Environment on Food and Drink Purchased by Secondary School Pupils Beyond the School Gate : final report
(Food Standards Scotland, 2015-04)
The aim of the study was to investigate what food and drink young people aged 13-15 years purchase beyond the school gate at lunchtime and to explore the factors related to this purchasing. The importance of relative ...