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- Social ideological influences on food consumption and BMI
- Wang, Wei Chun
- Social ideologies appeared to influence dietary behaviour, physical activity and BMI. These influences varied through different pathways in younger and older baby boomers. Studies provide insight into the segmentation of baby boomer population in relation to concrete social ideologies that could be used for policy development and effective health promotion.
- Publication type
- Thesis (PhD)
- Publication year
- Age factors; Attitudes; Australia; Baby boom generation; Body mass index; Health and hygiene; Health attitudes; Health behavior
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- Copyright © 2008 Wei Chun Wang.
- Thesis Note
- [A thesis submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree Doctor of Philosophy, School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences of the Faculty of Health, Medicine, Nursing and Behavioural Sciences, Deakin University, 2008.]