Re-imagining the 'social' in the nutrition sciences.

  title={Re-imagining the 'social' in the nutrition sciences.},
  author={Lisa Schubert and Danielle Gallegos and Wendy Foley and Claire Harrison},
  journal={Public health nutrition},
  volume={15 2},
OBJECTIVE In response to The New Nutrition Science Project's Giessen Declaration, we provide here a case for a more fully described and integrated 'social' dimension within the nutrition sciences. DESIGN This paper explores what we mean when we argue for socially engaged nutrition sciences (SENS), and describes the disciplinary fields, epistemologies and methodologies that contribute to SENS' potential rich diversity and value. Additionally, the current positioning of 'social nutrition… CONTINUE READING
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