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무상급식에 대한 부산지역 고등학생의 인식 및 급식만족도Perception and Satisfaction of the Free School Meal Program for High School Students in Busan

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Perception and Satisfaction of the Free School Meal Program for High School Students in Busan
Authors
양희선박영일주나미
Issue Date
Feb-2021
Publisher
대한영양사협회
Keywords
free school meal program; paid school meal program; perception; satisfaction
Citation
대한영양사협회 학술지, v.27, no.1, pp 26 - 34
Pages
9
Journal Title
대한영양사협회 학술지
Volume
27
Number
1
Start Page
26
End Page
34
URI
https://scholarworks.sookmyung.ac.kr/handle/2020.sw.sookmyung/858
DOI
10.14373/JKDA.2021.27.1.26
ISSN
1225-9861
2383-966X
Abstract
This study investigates perception of the free school meal program, satisfaction of school meal, and eating habits of free and paid school meal program students in the Busan area. Between 20 to May 2020, a total of 350 students were researched, of which 177 belonged to the second grade of high school (free school meal program), and 173 were from the third grade of high school (paid school meal program). 96.0% free school meal program students and 89.0% paid school meal program students responded to the necessity of a free school meal program, which was significantly different between the two groups (P<0.05). All questions regarding the perception of the free school meal program, which were responded to by more than 3 points, were considered positive. ‘Decline of the school meal’s quality’ had the maximum response, from 64.4% and 76.4% free and paid school meal program students, respectively, and was significantly different between groups (P<0.05). Paid school meal program students wasted significantly more school food than the free school meal program students (P<0.001). ‘Not delicious’ was responded by 56.0% free school meal program students and 50.0% paid school meal program students. Evaluating satisfaction of the food quality and service categories was determined to be higher amongst free school meal program students than the paid school meal program students (P<0.05). Considering our study data, we propose that with the gradual expension of free school meal programs, inclusion as part of the education system will serve as a foundation for proper eating habits, and compulsory education will help improve students’ health and quality of life.
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