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As Kate Cairns explains, when it comes to discussing food insecurity – the lack of consistent access to nutritious, culturally appropriate food – her research shows a surprising finding: young people don’t focus on their own hunger, but rather on how they can help their mothers put food on the table. Source: “Food-Insecure Teens Focus … Read more of Food-Insecure Teens Focus on Helping Moms Put Food on the Table, says New Rutgers–Camden Research…
Awarded Honorable Mention for her article “Assent as Agency in the Early Years of the Children of the American Revolution,” in the Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth for Best Article for 2016. Read Dr. Miller’s full article.
Kate Cairns received Honorable Mention for the Best Book Award from the Consumers and Consumption Section of the American Sociological Association for her recent coauthored book, Food and Femininity (Bloomsbury 2015).