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The Effect and Satisfaction Level of After-school Cooking Activities for the Children of Multicultural Families
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The Effect and Satisfaction Level of After-school Cooking Activities for the Children of Multicultural Families
Yoon, Sun Hye; Park, Shin Jin; Jin, So-Yeon;
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 Abstract
This study examined the satisfaction level and effects of after-school program cooking activities in children of multicultural families. A total of 135 children of general and multicultural families from 3th to 6th grades and their 11 teachers were surveyed, and 75 multicultural family children underwent a cooking activity program. Children of multicultural families showed higher participation in cooking activities than other Korean children. Children of multicultural families wanted to be involved in cooking activity programs after school more than other Korean children. These children also showed a higher rate of wanting to cook Korean foods compared to children of general families. Regarding reasons for participating in cooking activities, `I think I`m glad to be served delicious food` response was the most common. Children of multicultural families showed higher participation in cooking activities than children of general families. Regarding school life changes, children of multicultural families were found to be less picky of foods in general as well as kimchi and vegetables. In conclusion, cooking activity programs for children of multicultural family showed beneficial effects on diet and understanding of Korean culture.
 Keywords
Cooking activities program;children of multicultural families;satisfaction level of cooking activities;
 Language
Korean
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