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A Study on the Application of Dietary Life Education Programs for Activation of the Rural Convergence Industry (농촌융복합산업 활성화를 위한 식생활교육 프로그램 적용 연구)

  • Kang, Keoung-Shim
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.15 no.1
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    • pp.461-469
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    • 2017
  • This study is to analyze the effects of dietary life education of elementary school students by gender and by grade to seek for solutions of activating the rural convergence industry in linkage with dietary life education. Subjects were 152 students of eight elementary schools in Chungcheongnam-do. As a result of the study, after application of the dietary life education program, the scores were statistically significantly improved and four sub areas(education at the dining table, practice of green dietary life, reduceing food wastes, learning about local foods) showed a statistically significant improvement. Scores by gender were statistically significantly improved among both male and female students and the results of analyses by gender in four sub areas of dietary life education were also statistically significantly improved. Scores by grade were statistically significantly improved in all grades and the results of analyses by grade in four sub areas of dietary life education were also statistically significantly improved. Since the dietary life education program in the present study is effective for dietary life improvement, the results of the present study are expected to be utilizable in education of elementary school students and lead to the consumption of regional foods by increasing the ability to select proper foods.

Development of a Dietary Education Program for Korean Young Adults in Single-Person Households (청년 1인가구를 위한 식생활교육 프로그램 개발)

  • Joung, Se Ho;Lee, Jung Woo;Bae, Da Young;Kim, Yoo Kyung
    • Journal of Korean Home Economics Education Association
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    • v.33 no.1
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    • pp.151-167
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    • 2021
  • This study reports on the development of a dietary education program for Korean young adults in single-person households. The 7th National Health and Nutrition Survey (2016-2018) was used to compare and analyze the dietary behavior of single-person households and multi-person households, and an online survey was conducted on 350 young adults (age 19-39 years) living in Seoul. According to the analysis, single-person households had higher rates of breakfast and eating out than multi-person households, and significantly lower average intake of energy and nutrients (p<0.05). In particular, in the case of single-person households, the lower the frequency of cooking at home, the higher the rate of breakfast and the higher the frequency of eating out and delivery food (p<0.05). Based on the survey, a dietary education program for young adults single-person households was developed by applying the DESIGN six-step procedure and social cognitive theory as a conceptual model. The first session consisted of the health and economic benefits of home-cooked meals, the second session of the importance of the breakfast and the effect of exercise in life, the third session of the importance of balanced nutrition and the principles of a healthy diet, the fourth session of food safety and storage, and the fifth session of social dining. Each session was composed of a combination of theoretical lectures to motivate 'more making and eating healthy home-cooked meals' and cooking practice for improving behavioral performance.

Importance-Satisfaction Analysis of a Dietary Life Education Program - Focusing on Dietary Life Education Program Participants in Seoul and Gyeonggi - (식생활교육 프로그램의 중요도-만족도 분석 - 서울·경기 식생활교육 프로그램 참여자를 중심으로 -)

  • Park, Suk-Hyun;Jeong, Hee Sun
    • The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition
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    • v.31 no.2
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    • pp.284-292
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    • 2018
  • This study was conducted to determine the elements that are required and that need improvement in the contents of dietary life education and the educational environment by analyzing the importance-satisfaction of a dietary life education program for dietary life education trainees. The results of the rank test for the satisfactory elements of dietary life education were in the order of competence of instructors, educational contents, time of education, educational environment and affordability of tuition. The importance-satisfaction analysis of the contents and construction of the dietary life education program showed that "suitable contents for the theme of the class", "contents and construction of practice class", "diversity of practice menu" and "diversity of educational contents" had high importance and satisfaction scores and therefore, could be maintained at their current levels. Meanwhile, "adequacy of class time" and "contents and construction of theory class" showed low importance and satisfaction scores, requiring a little effort. Whereas, "time and construction of group practice", "structure of textbook for class" and "duration of course and number of classes" showed relatively low satisfaction compared to importance, requiring major efforts for improvement. Similarly, analysis of the lecture element from dietary life education showed that "professional lecture by instructors", "lectures suitable for themes" and "lecture applicable in real life" had relatively low satisfaction compared to importance, requiring major efforts for improvement. In addition, analysis of the educational environment from dietary life education showed that "adequacy of lecture room space", "cooking equipment", "diversity of cooking utensils" and "sanitary condition of cooking utensils" also require major efforts for improvement. Therefore, dietary life education should not be executed with a simple delivery of knowledge but with both theory and practice classes to increase its application in real life, and active and specific efforts are required to nurture professional instructors and establish educational strategies.

Development and Application of Dietary Education to Improve the Vegetable Intake of Preschoolers (채소를 주제로 한 유아대상 식생활교육 프로그램 개발 및 적용)

  • Lee, Me-Suk;Lee, Kyung-Hea
    • Journal of the Korean Dietetic Association
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    • v.20 no.1
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    • pp.26-35
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this study was to develop and apply the dietary education program for prescehoolers to improve their vegetable intakes. In this study, 134 mothers of preschoolers were surveyed about the problem of unbalanced food habits in children. A nutrition education program was developed based on the survey results, and then applied in the field to evaluate the effects of nutrition education. Most preschoolers (79.9%) had a relatively low intake of vegetables. The main reason for their unbalanced eating of vegetables was due to texture (34.6%) and taste (30.8%). The activity-based nutrition education program to increase vegetable intake consisted of four lessons. After the nutrition education program was administered for 43 preschoolers, their nutrition knowledge score significantly increased (P<0.001). Preschoolers found the lessons fun (90.9%) and interesting (81.4%), and said they would eat more vegetables in the future (88.4%). This study demonstrates that the unbalanced diet of preschoolers could be modified through the proper introduction of an education program.

Development and Evaluation of Dietary Education Program Focused on Slow Life in School Children (슬로라이프를 기반으로 한 식생활교육 프로그램의 개발과 효과성 검증)

  • Lee, Hyowon;Na, Yeseul;Cho, Mi Sook
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture
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    • v.31 no.2
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    • pp.111-120
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    • 2016
  • The aim of this study was to develop a Dietary Education Program focused on Slow Life (DEPSL) and verified its effectiveness in elementary school children using the extended Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB). The DEPSL was developed effectively according to the systematic program development model, ADDIE. The developed DEPSL was applied to the Education group (EDU), which was total of 130 students aged 12-13 in an elementary school by trained instructors for five weeks. The control group (CON) composed of 100 students of the same age was not given any dietary education. Pre- and post- questionnaires were collected from the students in both groups to compare the change in students' dietary life during educational intervention between EDU and CON. EDU showed significant positive effects in all extended TPB variables (p< .01), but CON showed a significant difference only in the 'knowledge' and 'behavior intention' (p< .05). In addition, the extended TPB model verified its conformity to determine if the effect of education leads to a change in the children's behavior. In conclusion, the DEPSL has a positive impacts on dietary life in school children. Nevertheless, further research will be needed to develop various and specialized dietary education programs with different level of grades in other school areas.

Effect-Evaluation of Nutrition Education Textbook and Teaching Manual in Elementary School (초등학교 고학년을 위한 활동중심 식생활교육 프로그램의 효과평가)

  • U, Tae-Jeong;Heo, Eun-Sil;Lee, Gyeong-Hye
    • Journal of the Korean Dietetic Association
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    • v.12 no.3
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    • pp.299-306
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    • 2006
  • The purpose of this study was to analyze effect of nutrition education after executing education nutrition with the nutrition education textbook, reconstructed 12 units, focused on older elementary school children and to evaluate interest and understanding of textbook. The subjects were 4th grade children. The results were as follows. The most interesting lesson contents was 'obesity(16.3%)', and the next were 'food poisoning' (13.3%), 'kimchi'(13.3%), and 'Korean table manners'(10.2%) in the 12 unit. Children who attended education nutrition answered 'interesting'(94.1%), 'understand easily'(97.1%) about the developed textbook. With regard to change in nutrition knowledge after education, the percentage of correct answers was increased in most of question except 'reason of snack' and 'weight-control'. And the total score of nutrition knowledge was risen(p<0.01), because the ratio of correct answer of 'importance of breakfast'(p<0.05) and 'nutrition labeling'(p<0.01) was improved especially. The ratio of desirable snack time 'between lunch and dinner' was higher after education(91.2%) than before(55.2%)(p<0.01). After education, the choice of 'Fruit and vegetable' of which desirable snack food was increased. Both the choice of 'bread' and 'fast food', a factor of oversupply calorie, was decreased. And after education, the percentage of sound snack place 'home' was improved. In regard of a meal environment, the percentage of 'every wash hand before eating' is 65.1% and there is scarcely change after education. Before education, children answered 'use it rightly'(82.4%) about 'how to eat with spoon and chopsticks', but it is lower after education. The ratio of 'leave food sometimes or always' is 47.1% before education, and the ratio of leftover food tend to decreased in school lunch. Relate to reason of leftover, the percentage of 'because of hate food' tend to decrease. This results suggests that the activity-centered nutrition education can help to change food behaviors and increase nutrition knowledge level of school children.

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Impact of the Environmental Factors on Adolescents' Food Purchasing Attitudes (청소년의 식품구매태도에 대한 환경 요인의 영향)

  • Kim, Hyun-Ju;Kim, Yoo Kyeong
    • Journal of Korean Home Economics Education Association
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    • v.32 no.2
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    • pp.43-58
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    • 2020
  • This study was conducted to investigate adolescents' food purchasing attitudes and related factors in the aim of improving youth's ability to purchase food properly and providing basic data on educational program development regarding dietary life. Total 476 adolescents residing in Daegu area participated in this study, and followings are the summary of the results. In terms of concerns in food purchasing, adolescents put priority in order of price(3.81±0.64), taste(3.70±0.72), safety(3.52±0.78), health(2.93±0.92). With respect to food purchasing attitudes, a significant differences were found in economic concern(p<.05) by gender and by the amount of allowance; preference(p<.01) and safety(p<.01) by school year. The analysis of environmental factors affecting food purchasing attitudes revealed that adolescents were most influenced by their parents(3.44±0.62) in food purchasing, whereas friends' influences(2.43±0.60) were relatively low. Regarding the effect of environmental factors on food purchasing, significant differences were found in parents(p<.05) and brands(p<.05) by gender; friends(p<.01) and parents(p<.05) by school year; friends(p<.01) by the amount of allowance. Food purchasing attitudes represented positive correlation with parents, advertisements and brands(p<.001). In addition, regression analysis showed that parents and advertisements affect adolescents' food purchasing. Conclusively, adolescents appear to prioritize price and taste, and they were influenced most by their parents when purchasing food. Therefore, parents, serving as a consumer role model, should instruct their children to learn considerate attitude in food purchasing.

Factors associated with the dietary quality and nutrition status using the Nutrition Quotient for adults focusing on workers in the manufacturing industry (영양지수를 이용한 제조업 근로자의 영양상태 평가 및 관련 요인 연구)

  • Yim, Ji Suk;Heo, Young Ran
    • Journal of Nutrition and Health
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    • v.53 no.5
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    • pp.488-502
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    • 2020
  • Purpose: This study examined the factors influencing Nutrition Quotient for adults (NQ-A), focusing on workers in the manufacturing industry. Methods: The participants were 738 industrial workers in Gwangju. Their dietary information was analyzed using a questionnaire of NQ-A, which consisted of 21 checklist items and the general characteristics of the subjects. The scores of NQ-A and its 4 factors (balance, moderation, diversity, and dietary behavior) were calculated according to the general characteristics of subjects. The data were analyzed using a χ2 test, t-test, correlation, and multiple regression using SPSS 21.0 program. Results: The mean NQ-A score was 45.3 for the total subjects, indicating a low grade. Non-shift workers showed significantly higher scores for balance, diversity, and moderation factors than shift workers. Forty-three (8.7%) shift workers and 123 (50.8%) non-shift workers had good NQ-A scores, whereas 453 (91.3%) shift workers and 119 (49.2%) non-shift workers required monitoring for nutrition. The significant influencing factors of NQ-A were the working pattern (p < 0.001), gender (p < 0.001), family composition (p < 0.001), age (p < 0.001), and household income (p < 0.001). As a result of multiple regression analysis, there was a significant difference in the NQ-A score for moderation (F = 141.930, p < 0.001), diversity (F = 98.998, p < 0.001), balance (F = 52.329, p < 0.001), and dietary behavior (F = 12.895, p < 0.001). As a result, shift work and gender had the greatest influence on the balance (β = -0.372, p < 0.001), diversity (β = -0.316, p < 0.001), and moderation (β = -0.507, p < 0.001) factors in NQ-A. Gender had the most influence on the dietary behavior in NQ-A. Conclusion: Shift work and gender were significant factors affecting NQ-A. To manage workers' health better, it will be necessary to prepare a nutrition education program according to the type of working pattern and gender.

A Qualitative Study of the Adaptation Process of Dietary Education Program for Marriage Immigrant Women using the Normalization Process Theory (일상화 과정 이론에 근거한 결혼이주여성 대상 식생활 교육 프로그램 일상화 과정에 대한 질적 연구)

  • Kim, In Seon;Hwang, Ji-Yun
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Food Culture
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    • v.34 no.3
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    • pp.325-333
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    • 2019
  • This study was a qualitative investigation of the process of adaptation of nutrition education programs by marriage immigrant women who completed education programs for training of food citizen leaders. Focus group interviews of seven marriage immigrant women from Vietnam, China, Mongolia and Russia were conducted and analyzed based on the Normalization Process Theory (NPT). Participants were aware of the purpose of the education program (coherence) and their confidence in organizing and reconstructing the knowledge of nutrition was increased after education (reflexive monitoring). However, they had difficulties attending long-term education programs (cognitive participation) and overcoming language barriers (collective action). Although the program was beneficial for the participants in that they could apply acquired nutrition knowledge to their everyday life as food citizen leaders, the continuous monitoring and feed-back system (management), customized application, and consideration of personal and social factors need to be developed and facilitated. In addition, various programs targeting marriage immigrant women may increase economic independence of these women. The NPT proved beneficial in conceptualizing the barriers and facilitators to implementing nutrition education. The successful implementation of nutrition intervention needs special support to overcome barriers to cognitive participation and collective action.