Dr. Richard Jones
This project involves surveying university students in China, using the Newest Vital Sign (NVS) – a commonly accepted nutrition literacy test, in order to analyze their nutrition literacy and dietary choices, specifically their attitude towards American fast food. A colleague, Jeffrey He, will investigate the cultural implications of fast food in China. The ultimate goal is to understand Chinese youth’s opinions of fast food as well as provide health and nutritional information to help students in China make informed dietary decisions
Engaged Learning 2014
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Ren, Xinqi Mike, "The Allure and Impact of Fast Food in China" (2014). Engaged Learning Collection. 51.