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Additive and subtractive resilience strategies as enablers of biographical reinvention: a qualitative study of ex-smokers and never-smokers
The notion of developing resilience is becoming increasingly important as a way of responding to the social determinants of poor health, particularly in disadvantaged groups. It is hypothesized that resilient individuals ...
Fruit and vegetable consumption – the influence of aspects associated with trust in food and safety and quality of food
(Cambridge University Press, 2011)
This study aims to profile adults who eat less than the recommended servings of fruit and vegetables per day. One thousand one hundred and eight interviews were conducted with respondents (49·3 % males) whose mean age was ...
Food insecurity in South Australian single parents: an assessment of the livelihoods framework approach
(Taylor and Francis, 2011)
Single parent households experience periods of food insecurity more frequently than other Australian families. Despite elevated risk, many single parents achieve food security with limited means. This article applies and ...
'I just saw it as something that would pull you down, rather than lift you up': resilience in never-smokers with mental illness
(Oxford University Press, 2011)
Why people smoke despite the health risks is an important public health question. Equally important is why and how some people resist smoking in spite of circumstances that clearly place them at high risk of becoming ...