Balancing Act: Identity and Otherness among Latin American Immigrants and their Food Practices
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- Andreyeva, Tatiana & Kelly, Inas Rashad & Harris, Jennifer L., 2011.
"Exposure to food advertising on television: Associations with children's fast food and soft drink consumption and obesity,"
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Keywordsfood; Israel; Mexico; Jewish; Latin America; religion; culture;
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