Food Insecurity in Urban and Rural Settings: A Mixed Methods Analysis of Risk Factors and Health

@inproceedings{Calhoun2013FoodII,
  title={Food Insecurity in Urban and Rural Settings: A Mixed Methods Analysis of Risk Factors and Health},
  author={Melissa Calhoun},
  year={2013}
}
Food insecurity exists when access to safe, nutritionally adequate foods is limited or uncertain, or when acquisition of these foods occurs in socially unacceptable ways (Anderson, 1990). Considerable research has focused on identifying the risk factors for and potential consequences of household food insecurity; however, few studies have investigated whether and how place of residence might influence household food insecurity. To address this gap in the literature, a mixed methods approach was… CONTINUE READING

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