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000258163 245__ $$aNutrition Sensitive Consumption as a Way to Achieve a Healthy Diet: Working with Dissonance as Revaluation of Foods and Respecting Nutritional Norms
000258163 260__ $$c2017
000258163 269__ $$a2017-06-29
000258163 336__ $$aJournal Article
000258163 520__ $$aThis paper deals with a new methodological approach allowing us to bring nutrition sensitive consumption closer to consumers’ attention. We establish a theoretical model in which individual choices (subjective utility) shall correspond better with choices at societal level (objective norms). A first hypothesis is that individual households, in their decisions on what foods to buy, additionally may depend on norms; not only taste. But this creates dissonance. A second hypothesis is: dissonance is minimized. This results in a modification of perceptions and valuation (preference ordering) on possible diets. The idea is to show how norms can modify individual households’ choices.
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000258163 546__ $$aEnglish
000258163 650__ $$aAgribusiness
000258163 6531_ $$anutrition values; decision making; nutrient sensitive consumption; cognitive dissonance
000258163 700__ $$aErnst-August Nuppenau
000258163 720__ $$aSchiefer, Gerhard$$eeditor
000258163 720__ $$aRickert, Ursula$$eeditor
000258163 720__ $$aDeiters, Jivka$$eeditor
000258163 773__ $$j2017$$k 1$$o251$$q241$$tInternational European Forum, February 13-17, 2017, Innsbruck-Igls, Austria
000258163 8560_ $$fulb20a@uni-bonn.de
000258163 8564_ $$s911407$$uhttp://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/258163/files/24-Nuppenau_Igls-21-03-17.pdf
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