Socioeconomic Services & Sociocultural Connections: Standpoints of Low-Income Mothers & Indo-Canadian Mothers on Healthy Eating & Active Living


Cariboo Chilcotin Children Development Centre Association
Sheila Martineau

The primary purpose of this study was two-fold: first, to explore mothers’ access to, and awareness of, community support services; second, to identify barriers and strategies concerning attitudes toward healthy eating and active living. Mandated to conduct the research with two different socioeconomic groups of women, the study evolved to allow for the emergence of culturally diverse concepts of healthy eating and active living in diverse contexts and conditions.

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