An overview of the use of the term food literacy
Begley, Andrea & Vidgen, Helen A. (2016) An overview of the use of the term food literacy. In Vidgen, Helen A. (Ed.) Food Literacy: Key Concepts for Health and Education. Earthscan/Routledge, London, New York, pp. 17-34.
This chapter examines the history and breadth of use of the term “food literacy” in scholarly literature. It reviews and compares various popularly used definitions from diverse paradigms. Other terms such as “cooking”, “food skills” and “food wellbeing” used to describe the everyday knowledge, skills and behaviours used to meet food needs are also examined.
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Current > Schools > School of Exercise & Nutrition Sciences
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