Capstone Project (Open Access)
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Food is a part of people’s lives, even when it is not acknowledged. It is distinctly tied to various cultures, ethnicities, and religions; with elements of restriction and gluttony abundant. Then, there is the complication of modern nutrition and health education that is taught in American, and more specifically in Californian schools. But, the education received on this issue has failed some students. Many school aged children reported that they experienced disordered eating, and learning content has further exacerbated this issue. This senior capstone research will examine the implications of California State Standards in relation to disordered eating for school aged children by exploring the current literature available on this topic, and discussing the findings of this research in order to better understand a possible way forward.
de Mott, Jessica, "Implications of California State Standards in Relation to Disordered Eating for School Aged Children" (2023). Capstone Projects and Master's Theses. 1624.