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Title: 過去・現在の食に関する体験が未来の生活像に及ぼす影響
Other Titles: The eating habits of female students and their attitudes toward, and vision of, future dietary habits
Authors: 小林, 敬子
川野, 因
Kobayashi, Keiko
Kawano, Yukari
コバヤシ, ケイコ
カワノ, ユカリ
日本女子体育大学(教授)
日本女子体育大学(助教授)
Keywords: questionnaire
dietary habits
youth
AIC
Issue Date: Mar-2002
Abstract: Mealtimes have a valuable role to play in the transmission of cultural values between parent and child. Wehave shown that if a female student, as a child, received a “good” domestic example and training from their mother, then she would be likely to have “sensible” eating habits as an adult. We made a further attempt to show how past and present: ‘goodd ietary habits’, ‘health awareness’ and ‘proper manners' can influence the future ‘view of marriage’ and attitudes towards eating and food preparation, so as to facilitate a cooperative life between husband and wife. The survey sample was of 364 female university students, who were asked to answer a questionnaire about their post-6^<th> grade life up to the present, and also a number of questions about their future plans. We analyzed the correlation coefficient between the above mentioned categories. Moreover we employed our hypothesis models so that we forcussed on ‘future good dietary habits' called objective variable explained by categories, we described these categories using Akaike's Information Criterion (AIC). We were therefore able to show that past and present ‘good dietary habits’ and a ‘mother's dedication to the upbringing of her children are significant factors in developing ‘good eating and dietary habits’ as a future model for female students.
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