Second Food Security Measurement and Research Conference, Volume II: Papers
by Margaret Andrews and Mark Prell
Food Assistance and Nutrition Research Report No. (FANRR-11-2) 127 pp, August 2001
The Second Food Security Measurement and Research Conference (February 23-24, 1999) was co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food and Nutrition Service and Economic Research Service and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' National Center for Health Statistics. The conference was part of an ongoing program of Federal food security research, the goal of which has been to establish a stable measurement strategy to assess annually the food security status of the U.S. population. This report is Volume II of a two-volume set and contains a set of research papers that conference participants prepared to provide further detail on the content and findings of some research presented at the conference.
Keywords: food security, hunger, food assistance, nutrition monitoring
In this publication...
- Abstract, 42 kb
- Contents, 50 kb
- Overview, 66 kb
- Methodological Findings and Early Conclusions Based on the 1995, 1996, and 1997 Food Secruity Data , 152 kb
- Estimating the Prevalence of Children's Hunger From the Current Population Survey Food Security Supplement, 117 kb
- Lessons Learned From an Assessment of the Individual-Level Core Food Security Module, 72 kb
- Dietary Factors Assosciated with Reported Food Insecurity, 100 kb
- Nutrition and Health Perspectives on Establishing a Food Security Research Agenda: What Can We Learn From the Past to Establish a Framework For the Future?, 112 kb
- The Dynamic Determinants of Food Insufficiency, 143 kb
- Food Insufficiency and Children's Health Status in the United States: Findings From NHANESIII, 80 kb
- Entire Report, 637 kb
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