Measurement of ethical food choice motives

  title={Measurement of ethical food choice motives},
  author={Marjaana Lindeman and Maria V{\"a}{\"a}n{\"a}nen},
The two studies describe the development of three complementary scales to the Food Choice Questionnaire developed by Steptoe, Pollard & Wardle (1995). The new items address various ethical food choice motives and were derived from previous studies on vegetarianism and ethical food choice. The items were factor analysed in Study 1 (N=281) and the factor solution was confirmed in Study 2 (N=125), in which simple validity criteria were also included. Furthermore, test-retest reliability was… 

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