Detalle Publicación

ARTÍCULO
Negotiating diet in networks: a cross-european study of the experiences of managing type 2 diabetes
Autores: Knutsen, I. R.; Foss, I. C.; Todorova, E.; Roukova, P.; Kennedy, A.; Portillo Vega, María Carmen; Regaira Martínez, Elena; Serrano-Gil, M.; Lionis, C.; Angelaki, A.; Rogers, A.
Título de la revista: QUALITATIVE HEALTH RESEARCH
ISSN: 1049-7323
Volumen: 27
Número: 3
Páginas: 299 - 310
Fecha de publicación: 2017
Lugar: WOS
Resumen:
Food and diet are central aspects of diabetes self-management but the relevance of social networks for the way people are supported in their management of type 2 diabetes is often under-acknowledged. In this article, we aimed to explore the coalescences between these two phenomena among people with type 2 diabetes to increase knowledge of interactions within social network related to daily diet. The article is based on 125 qualitative interviews with individuals with type 2 diabetes from five European countries. Based on assumptions that people with chronic illnesses reshape relationships through negotiation, we analyzed negotiations of food at different levels of network. The respondents' reflections indicate that there are complex negotiations that influence self-management and food, including support, knowledge, and relationships within families; attention and openness in social situations; and the premises and norms of society.