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The data will be used to classify individuals based on their eating habits and make a typology of food shoppers. This typology will assist us in suggesting strategies that will help form healthier eating habits.
The data from the survey will us determine individual's food preference that will determine what they purchase for groceries. In addition, we aim to identify existing marketing strategies that have recently been used to market different food types. We will come up with models on how the identified strategies influence each other and how they work best to create a personalized shopping experience for online consumers.
Sections 1 to 3 will help us determine individuals' regular food consumption and assess their eating habits based on their responses
The findings of this research will be used to conduct a user study to evaluate the identified typologies and strategies. The results of this study will be submitted to a peer-reviewed journal and will also form part of a PhD thesis research on e-commerce personalization.
Our research started in May 2017 and partial results of the study are expected to be completed by the end of summer 2017. We are targeting to publish the outcomes of our study in a year.
The research is funded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada and will be conducted in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Saskatchewan.
Support youth and community well-being through the collaborative action of community partners working together. Through evidence, tools and resources, SAYCW supports stakeholders to turn the knowledge gained through the youth health survey into health promoting action.
SAYCW Thriving Youth, Thriving Communities Report - 2019 Survey Findings
The SAYCW Thriving Youth, Thriving Communities Report – 2019 Survey Findings was released in November 2020. This report shares important descriptive data – like the percentage of...
This report provides a brief review of the scientific literature on COVID-19 and its effects on youth health, with particular emphasis on mental health. SAYCW shares relevant data from the pre-pandemic, 2019 SAYCW survey – these findings show how stressors and unhealthy behaviours that have been worsened by the pandemic (e.g., worry, connection with others, screen time, etc.) had impacted Saskatchewan youths’ health and well-being prior to the pandemic. Suggested health promotion actions to help mitigate the effects of COVID-19 and improve youth health and well-being are also shared.