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Master of Science (MS)
Applied Sciences, Technology, and Education
Due to the recent increased quantity of nutrition-related diseases worldwide, current research recommends exploring environmental factors that influence this trend. The Islands of Fiji are of particular concern because of the growing number of non- communicable diseases. On the same small island, nutrition problems vary according to demographic. Thus, the different environments of each demographic constitute diverse food environments, which are manifested in varied nutrition concerns. This study explored environmental motivators of food choice for the Fijian population. Gathering the perspectives of Fijian Islanders using a narrative inquiry research format proved to be insightful in measuring the environmental influences of decisions pertaining to food.
Bradshaw, Sandra, "Food Environments: What is the Role of Demographics in Fijians' Decision Making Related to Food Choice and Overall Nutrition Behavior?" (2013). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 1960.
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