The Use of 'Food as a Life-Style Motivator' Amongst homeless people: A Multi-disciplinary Participatory Action Research Project


Background: The recent ‘Plymouth Food Cultures’ project (Pettinger and Whitelaw, 2012) found that participation in food projects can build trust, self-esteem and improve food skills with marginalised men. Building on this... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Miranda Cunningham (Plymouth University)
  2. Clare Pettinger (Plymouth University)
  3. Julie Parsons (Plymouth University)
  4. Carole Sutton (Plymouth University)
  5. Andrew Whiteford (Plymouth University)
  6. Richard Ayres (Plymouth University)
  7. Gia D'aprano (Plymouth University)
  8. Lyndsey Withers (Salvation Army)
  9. Gayle Letherby (Plymouth University)

Topic Areas

WHO 2020 health promotion and disease prevention , Education / Research / Professional Challenges , Social inequality , Research methods , Multiprofessional issues in practice, research and education


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