Families and Food: Marketing, Consuming and Managing
A better understanding of familial practices of managing and consuming food, and the related marketing practices, can help promote better dietary habits and patterns of consumption and thus support policy initiatives around health conditions such as obesity and diabetes. The focus in this ebook is on how ideas about family are constructed in relation to food and food consumption; and the associated marketing issues related to managing, governing and regulating food practices.
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