Title page for ETD etd-04112011-145304


Type of Document Dissertation
Author Daniloski, Kimberly M
URN etd-04112011-145304
Title Adolescent Food Choice: Developing and Evaluating a Model of Parental Influence
Degree PhD
Department Business (Marketing)
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Brinberg, David L. Committee Chair
Herr, Paul M. Committee Member
Jaccard, James J. Committee Member
Weaver, Kimberlee D. Committee Member
Keywords
  • Theory of Planned Behavior
  • parental monitoring
  • consumer socialization
  • adolescent obesity
Date of Defense 2011-03-31
Availability unrestricted
Abstract
The following research integrated the Theory of Planned Behavior with variables from the consumer socialization and parenting literatures to explore parental impact on adolescent food decision-making. Three specific types of parenting practices (expectation, monitoring, and inducement/enforcement behaviors), parenting style, and family communication style were investigated. A multi-method approach was taken to develop and test the integrated model. Study 1 used interviews to identify food-related parental expectation, monitoring, and inducement/enforcement behaviors reported by both normal and overweight parents and adolescents. Study 2 evaluated a structural model of adolescent food choice, including predictors from the Theory of Planned Behavior, the food-related parenting practices identified in the interviews, parenting style, and family communication style. The findings suggest that specific parenting practices have an impact on adolescent food choices beyond predictors from the TPB.
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