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Pamela Erickson; Michael Puglisi; Kathryn Libal
University Scholar Major
Community Health and Preventive Medicine | Social and Cultural Anthropology
Diet-related health disparities are well documented in immigrant populations. This study aims to help better inform nutrition interventions. It did so by working with migrant members of the New Haven community to explore their perceptions of the nutrition of the food they eat and relate it to how this food is grounded in their cultural identity and social belonging.
Anderson, Luke, "Cultural Food Habits as a Social Factor of Health Among Immigrants in New Haven, Connecticut: A Focused Ethnographic Study" (2020). University Scholar Projects. 59.