Gender and GMOs: Understanding Floridians attitudes toward GMOs through the lens of Social Judgment Theory

Published on Jan 1, 2017in Journal of applied communications
· DOI :10.4148/1051-0834.1845
Joy N. Rumble6
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Lisa Lundy10
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+ 1 AuthorsSandra Anderson1
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Abstract Introduction Meanings and practices attributed to sugar emerged as important barriers to healthy eating in an earlier study with French and Danish parents. Considering the impact of excessive sugar intake on human health and childhood obesity, this study focuses on gaining further understanding of connotations, perceptions and attitudes related to sugar among parents. Methods A thematic analysis of sugar-related posts and comments on blogs and Facebook pages was performed, and in-depth ...