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ERIC Number: ED075564
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 128
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Reference Count: 0
Practices of Low-Income Families in Feeding Infants and Small Children, With Particular Attention to Cultural Subgroups.
Fomon, Samuel J., Ed.; Anderson, Thomas A., Ed.
The contents of this document include the following papers, each followed by a discussion amongst workshop participants: "Nutritional Studies on United States Preschool Children: Dietary Intakes and Practices of Food Procurement, Preparation, and Consumption, "Kathryn M. Kram and George M. Owen; "Food and Nutrition Intake of Children from Birth to Four Years of Age," Juanita A. Eagles and Priscilla D. Steele; "Child Feeding in the Rural Low-Income Family, "Jana W. Jones; "Infant and Child Feeding Practices in the Urban Community in the North-central Region," Norge W. Jerome, Barbara B. Kiser and Estella A. West; "Poor People, Good Food, and Fat Babies: Observations on Dietary Behavior and Nutrition Among Low-income, Urban Afro-American Infants and Children," Betty Lou Valentine and Charles A. Valentine; "Cultural Determinants of Food Habits in Children of Mexican Descent in California," Phyllis B. Acosta and Robert G. Aranda; "Infant and Childhood Feeding Practices Among Low-Income Families in Urban Hawaii," Myrtle L. Brown and Claire Hughes Ho; and, "Infant and Child Feeding Practices Among Low-Income Reservation and Rural American Indian and Alaska Native Families," Mary A. Peterson. (JM)
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Authoring Institution: Health Services and Mental Health Administration (DHEW), Rockville, MD. Maternal and Child Health Service.
Note: Proceedings of a National Workshop, Airlie Conference Center, Warrenton, Va., March 17-18, 1971