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Contenus diffusés sur les médias sociaux et influence sur les comportements et la prise de risque alimentaires

Abstract : Social media has now gone beyond the simple framework of communication. As part of the daily lives of young adults, they enable them to inform themselves, identify themselves and reach out to communities. Every day, they are exposed to many influencers or anonymous people, who promote perfect bodies, lifestyles based on sport, or publications related to nutrition. While these contents may seem insignificant, they raise questions. Researchers have already shown the influence of social media on people's moods, trust and consumption, but what about eating habits? The objective of this research is to understand whether social media have an influence on the diet of 18-25 year olds, but also to examine their potential links with certain eating disorders in this target group.
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Maxime David, Pascale Ezan. Contenus diffusés sur les médias sociaux et influence sur les comportements et la prise de risque alimentaires. 17èmes Journées Normandes de Recherches sur la Consommation : Société et Consommation, Nov 2018, Rouen, France. ⟨hal-02020701⟩

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