Nutr Res Pract.  2016 Aug;10(4):464-470. 10.4162/nrp.2016.10.4.464.

The Effects of industrial workers' food choice attribute on sugar intake pattern and job satisfaction with Structural Equcation Model

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  • 1Department of Food and Nutrition, Sookmyung Women's University, Chungpa-ro 47-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul 04310, Korea. namij@sookmyung.ac.kr

Abstract

BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVES
This research analyzes the effects of the food choices of industrial workers according to their sugar intake pattern on their job satisfaction through the construction of a model on the relationship between sugar intake pattern and job satisfaction.
SUBJECTS/METHODS
Surveys were collected from May to July 2015. A statistical analysis of the 775 surveys from Kyungsangnam-do was conducted using SPSS13.0 for Windows and SEM was performed using the AMOS 5.0 statistics package.
RESULTS
The reliability of the data was confirmed by an exploratory factor analysis through a Cronbach's alpha coefficient, and the measurement model was proven to be appropriate by a confirmatory factor analysis in conjunction with AMOS. The results of factor analysis on food choice, sugar intake pattern and job satisfaction were categorized into five categories. The reliability of these findings was supported by a Cronbach's alpha coefficient of 0.6 and higher for all factors except confection (0.516) and dairy products (0.570). The multicollinearity results did not indicate a problem between the variables since the highest correlation coefficient was 0.494 (P < 0.01). In an attempt to study the sugar intake pattern in accordance with the food choices and job satisfaction of industrial workers, a structural equation model was constructed and analyzed.
CONCLUSIONS
All tests confirmed that the model satisfied the recommended levels for the goodness of fit index, and thus, the overall research model was proven to be appropriate.

Keyword

Industrial workers; SEM; job satisfaction; sugar intake; food choice

MeSH Terms

Candy
Dairy Products
Job Satisfaction*
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