The financial aspects of divorce are of great importance
to the growing numbers of men, women, and children
who live with the consequences of economic decisions
made at dissolution. The purpose of this study
was to provide data on the economic aspects of divorce
in Oregon after ten or more...
Since the management of family meals has been a major task
in most homes throughout the United States and because of its importance
to family members, this study was undertaken to examine
the management practices used by homemakers in preparing and
A questionnaire, developed by the researcher with...
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 the study was to investigate the effects of social
position and stage in the family life cycle on the use of living and
family rooms in houses with and without a family room.
Homes built from two floorplans were selected for the sample.
These two floorplans were...
The majority of self-concept and sociometric research on crippled
children has been comparative studies in which the disabled child has
been a minority member within a group of physically normal children.
This study takes a different avenue in that it investigated the self-concept and peer reputation of physically handicapped children...
The existence of a “digital divide,” or inequalities of access to digital technologies among different American subpopulations, has been hotly debated and contested since the National Telecommunications and Information Administration first popularized the phrase in 1995. The purpose of this thesis is to critically examine the dominant discourses around the...
Researching what I believe to be exclusionary practices in higher education against
African Americans has compelled me to approach this subject, in part, historically.
Although I realize that a historical chronology of any subject is often deceptive, as with
any writer, I am tempted to interpret events to fit my...