Acıbadem Üniversitesi Sağlık Bilimleri Dergisi 2019 , Vol 10, Issue 1
Practices For Women"s Kitchen Safety and Cooking
Ümüş Özbey1,Serap Balaban1,Aslı Uçar1
1Ankara Üniversitesi, Sağlık Bilimleri Fakültesi, Beslenme ve Diyetetik Bölümü, Ankara,Türkiye DOI : 10.31067/0.2019.109 This work was planned and conducted with the aim of identifying women"s kitchen safety and cooking practices. 300 volunteer women with an average age of 40.4±9.8 participated in the study and data were collected by questionnaire method. Women were asked about kitchen safety and intelligence; the behavior patterns and information on these topics were scored. "Kitchen security applications" and "kitchen intelligence applications" were used to determine their behaviors. Both applications are "likert type" and the high scores on the scales indicate that the kitchen safety and the kitchen intelligence are high. According to the survey data, it is determined that the scores of women"s kitchen security and cognitive intelligence practices are not related to the marital status and the educational status (p>0.05). While primary school graduates received the highest scores in the kitchen security and kitchen intelligence section of the study (respectively 88.2±7.9 and 43.0±13.2), university graduates and junior high school graduates have the lowest scores (respectively 84.2±9.4 and 39.6±14.4). (The reason is that) (The reason for this is that) or (This is because. .) or (It is because. .) well educated women take more time in working life and spend less time in kitchen security and kitchen practice. Keywords : Kitchen security, kitchen intelligence, cooking