The Hungry Child and the Corner Store

Title

The Hungry Child and the Corner Store

Creator

Stacey Gardner-Buckshaw

Publisher

Health Disparities : Weaving A New Understanding Through Case Narratives

Date

2019
2019

Description

Urban corner stores in Northeast Ohio have a reputation for contributing to neighborhood demise. Sales of liquor, cigarettes, lottery tickets, and other high-calorie low-nutrition foods along with high check-cashing fees have given corner stores titles such as “predatory” or “destructive.”

Subject

Socioeconomic status; Medicine; Poverty; Social Work; Medicine & Public Health; Health Psychology; Medical Sociology; Premedical Education; Food insecurity; Food preferences

Format

Journal Article

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Rights

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Pages

63

ISSN

3-030-12771-0

Citation

Stacey Gardner-Buckshaw, “The Hungry Child and the Corner Store,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed June 21, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/10861.

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