The Reality and Awareness of the Eating Habits of University Students : Who Uses a University Co-op Cafeteria as Seen through Photo Analysis
シャシン ブンセキ カラ ミタ ダイガク セイキョウ ショクドウ オ リヨウ スル ダイガクセイ ノ ショクセイカツ ノ ジッタイ ト イシキ
多々納, 道子 ,
安積, 文香キッド, ダスティン
181 , 島根大学教育学部附属教育臨床総合研究センター
In order to improve the meal selection capability of university students, we conducted a survey of university students who live alone by using photographs of the dinner menu and a questionnaire survey about eating habits, which helped us clarify the realities and the awareness of university student eating habits.13;The results were as follows:13;1. In dinner combinations, only about half of the side dishes comprised of vegetables were taken, which causes concern for a lack of vegetables in student diets.13;2. When choosing a dinner meal, the main reasons for using the university co-op cafeteria were preference and mood, and not much importance was placed on nutritional balance.13;3. The reason for using the co-op cafeteria was the convenience of things such as meal cards, and not much importance was given to the ease of obtaining balanced nutrition.