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Sociocultural Construction of Food Ways in Low-Income Mexican-American Women with Diabetes: A Qualitative Study

Description
Explores successful type 2 diabetes management practices of low-income Hispanic women residing in a rural community on the Texas-Mexico border in a sociocultural context, specifically looking at foodways. Foodways are the cultural, social, and economic practices relating to the production and consumption of food.
Author(s)
Sandra Benavides-Vaello, Sharon A. Brown
Citation
Journal of Clinical Nursing, 25(15-16), 2367-2377
Date
08/2016
Type
Document
Tagged as
Diabetes · Hispanics and Latinos · U.S.-Mexico Border Region · Women