Insecure access to nutritious food is a common experience for poor households in developing countries. Despite the global scale of food insecurity, it has not been conceptualized by sociologists as a significant component of home environment or dimension of poverty that might matter for children's outcomes.
Yu, S.; Hannum, E. Food for Thought: Poverty, Family Nutritional Environment, and Children’s Educational Performance in Rural China. Sociological Perspectives (2007) 50 (1) 53-77. [DOI: 10.1525/sop.2007.50.1.53]
Food for thought : poverty, family nutritional environment, and children’s educational performance in rural China.