This study was designed to identify young homemakers' management
problems and to see if limitations of selected resources caused
problems. Sources used for current homemaking information were
The sample was composed of 50 married homemakers, age 30
or under, who were living with their husbands. Homemakers were
The purpose of this study was to examine the job-related
expenditures of female household heads. Also examined were levels
of education, occupations, presence of dependent children, employment
benefits and reasons for working.
A random sample of 75 female household heads was drawn from
the 1973 Polk's Corvallis City Directory. The...
The primary objective of this study was to summarize the budgeting procedures used by public school homemaking teachers in Oregon. It was hoped the results of the study would: 1. Benefit teacher education in preparing future teachers to cope with the intricacies involved in developing workable budgets. 2. Help administrators...
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The effects of selected family characteristics on
interrelated components of household asset portfolios over a
three-year time period were investigated. Specifically, this
study attempted to conceptually define mental accounts, to
identify own-adjustment and cross-adjustment characteristics
of these mental accounts, to explore influences of selected
family characteristics on these mental accounts,...