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Vieillissement et délégation alimentaire aux aides à domicile : entre subordination, complémentarité et substitution

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  • Philippe Cardon

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    (Laboratoire de recherche sur la consommation (CORELA), INRA, 65 boulevard de Brandebourg, 94205 Ivry-sur-Seine cedex)

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    L’intervention des aides à domicile auprès des personnes âgées participe des transformations de leur cadre de vie. Un des aspects les moins connus de ces modifications concerne l’alimentation. L’enquête menée auprès de personnes âgées, d’aides à domicile et d’associations de service d’aide à domicile permet de préciser les effets de ces interventions sur les comportements alimentaires. L’article analyse, dans un premier temps, les pratiques professionnelles des aides à domicile, entre leurs propres savoirs culinaires et les recommandations et savoirs diététiques émanant des associations-employeurs (pouvoir de diagnostic, pouvoir de prescription). Il étudie ensuite la manière dont les personnes âgées intègrent ou non les recommandations diététiques dans leurs propres pratiques alimentaires (entre résistance, négociation et acculturation). L’analyse des interactions entre les différents acteurs permet alors de proposer une typologie de la délégation alimentaire (subordination, complémentarité, substitution) et de ses effets sur les comportements alimentaires des personnes âgées (maintien ou transformation).

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    Article provided by INRA Department of Economics in its journal Cahiers d'Economie et Sociologie Rurales.

    Volume (Year): 82-83 (2007)
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    Pages: 139-166

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    Handle: RePEc:rae:jouces:v:82-83:y:2007:i::p:139-166

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    Keywords: sociology; food; the elderly; professional home help; food delegation; dietary instructions and norms; “programme national nutrition santé”;

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