Influences on Meat Avoidance Among British Students

@article{Santos1996InfluencesOM,
  title={Influences on Meat Avoidance Among British Students},
  author={M. L. S. Santos and D. Booth},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={1996},
  volume={27},
  pages={197-205}
}
Male and female undergraduates (18-23 years old; 68% in their first year; N = 158) who had just chosen a vegetarian dish in a campus dining hall or restaurant reported a diversity of meat avoidance habits before arrival at University a few weeks previously. More women than men had avoided meat and other flesh foods, with the exception of fish. Consistently with the distinction between "red" and "white" meats, chicken and turkey were the least often avoided flesh foods among men and women. The… Expand
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