Effects of Latino children on their mothers' dietary intake and dietary behaviors: The role of children's acculturation and the mother-child acculturation gap
Sandra H. Soto,
Elva M. Arredondo,
Holly B. Shakya,
Scott Roesch and
Guadalupe X. Ayala
Social Science & Medicine, 2017, vol. 191, issue C, 125-133
Research shows that acculturation is important to Latinas' dietary intake and related behaviors. Although evidence suggests children may also play a role, it remains unclear whether children's acculturation is related to mothers' dietary intake/behaviors.
Keywords: Latinas; Mothers; Diet; Acculturation; Children (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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