The problematic messages of nutritional discourse: A case-based critical media analysis

@article{Dodds2017ThePM,
  title={The problematic messages of nutritional discourse: A case-based critical media analysis},
  author={Antonia Dodds and Kelianne Chamberlain},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2017},
  volume={108},
  pages={42-50}
}
Nutritional science has assumed a fundamental importance in shaping food meanings and practices in the developed world. This study critically analysed the content of one weekly nutrition column written by a nutritional expert in a popular New Zealand magazine, from a social constructionist perspective, to investigate how nutritional advice constructs food, food practices and eaters. The analysis identified a range of ways in which the nutrition information communicated in the articles was… CONTINUE READING
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