Work-Family Spillover, Time Use, and Food Choices: Perceptions and Strategies of Low-Income Workers
This PowerPoint Presentation shows the relationship between work-family spillover and food choices. Results indicate that people create eating routines to work around work and family time. The routines may have consequences such as taste, sleep, social interactions, and income.
To access the slides, visit: http://www.farmfoundation.org/projects/documents/Devine.presentation.pdf
Devine, C.M. & Bisogni, C.A. (2004). Work-family spillover, time use and food choices: perceptions and strategies of low-income workers. Retrieved from http://www.farmfoundation.org/projects/documents/Devine.presentation.pdf