Answered By: Katie Hutchison
Last Updated: Sep 02, 2016     Views: 54

To begin, I went into the Education databases. If you did not know already, you can enter an Ebsco database and then add multiple databases to search them simultaneously. To do this, go to the top above the search boxes and select “Choose databases”. I added all the Ed databases – ERIC, Education Research Complete, and Education Full Text. I did searches for things like:

  • Food preparation AND teen*
  • Cooking AND teen* AND benefits
  • Food preparation AND teen* AND benefits


I was trying to keep it relatively generic. It does look like there are some articles that breakdown diets/nutrition by demographics like race/parental income/etc.

Here are a few articles that could be beneficial to you, most specifically include some statistics and datasets. I’ve included a Turabian citation.

We have a few books in the curriculum section upstairs on this topic as well, but they focus more on the lesson plans and would predominantly be for a younger crowd.

If you need something more contact History Library Liaison Katie Hutchison at 330.244.4968 or khutchison@walsh.edu.

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