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“…These results contrast with the studies performed (Leitão & Inácio, 2014;Pires, 2012), which results showed that the program favors an adding not only quantitative, but also qualitative in the food life of the beneficiaries. However, such change provided by the diversity of food consume, as yogurt, chocolate, cheese, ham, cookies, juices and soft-drinks might bring negative consequences like overweight and obesity for the low income population (Silva, 2011).…”
Section: Decision-making In the Familycontrasting
confidence: 87%
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“…These results contrast with the studies performed (Leitão & Inácio, 2014;Pires, 2012), which results showed that the program favors an adding not only quantitative, but also qualitative in the food life of the beneficiaries. However, such change provided by the diversity of food consume, as yogurt, chocolate, cheese, ham, cookies, juices and soft-drinks might bring negative consequences like overweight and obesity for the low income population (Silva, 2011).…”
Section: Decision-making In the Familycontrasting
confidence: 87%
“…The results reinforce studies performed, in which the benefit provided to the beneficiaries a greater personal and family welfare (Moreira et al, 2011;Pires, 2012). In the speech M2, it is known that the money provided from the benefit was considered fixed money, from which it is allowed to make plans for the expenses.…”
Section: Life Qualitysupporting
confidence: 81%
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“…Certamente guiado pela noção estereotipada de que os homens não fazem uma gestão tão criteriosa destes apoios em prol da satisfação das necessidades do agregado familiar 29 , o Estado responsabiliza de forma prioritária as mulheres, sobretudo enquanto mães, elegendo-as parceiras fundamentais na prevenção e/ou minimização de vulnerabilidades sociais. O mesmo fenômeno de "feminização da inclusão social" 30 é patente na generalidade das políticas sociais baseadas em transferências condicionadas de renda, existentes em demais países da América Latina.…”
Section: Discussão Gênero Conjugalidade E Parentalidadeunclassified