韓國食生活文化學會誌 제31권 제6호 (p.661-674)

종합편성채널 식생활관련 프로그램의 식품영양정보 분석 - 전문가 출연자를 중심으로 -

Analysis of Food and Nutrition Information of Diet-related Programs in Comprehensive Programming Channels: Focus on Professional Panelists
키워드 :
Comprehensive programming channels,diet-related programs,program monitoring,informations of food and nutrition,professional panelists

목차

I. 서 론
II. 연구 내용 및 방법
  1. 채널 선정 및 모니터링 기간
  2. 방송 모니터링 및 분석 방법
III. 결과 및 고찰
  1. 모니터링 프로그램의 특성
  2. 식생활 관련 정보의 주제별 분석
  3. 식생활 관련 정보의 주제별 내용분포
  4. 식생활 관련 정보의 내용 평가
IV. 요약 및 결론
References

초록

We analyzed information provided by diet-related programs of comprehensive programming channels and the relationship between composition of professional panelists and quality of provided information. We selected 82 items among eight programs by MBN, JTBC, and TV chosun. All 82 items provided information about food & nutrition and health & disease, but only 32 items (39.0%) and 35 items (42.7%) provided information on food culture and food safety, respectively. Among the food ingredients, phytochemicals (81.7%) were the most frequently mentioned, and the contents of functional ingredients occupied a large part. The inappropriate information on programs were broadcast on an average of 1.2 episodes per program, and the most pointed out item was information that could confuse viewers with drugs (29.3%). Among the professional panelists, medical doctors (38.9%) and Oriental medicine doctors (16.6%) had the highest number of appearances, and professors of food & nutrition constituted only 7.1%. However, the increase in the number of appearances of professors showed a positive effect on the quality of program information. Contents focused on balanced nutrient intake and dietary culture of Korea should be increased rather than focusing on the function of each nutrient in comprehensive programming channels.