This study was designed (1) to examine credit usages as they relate
to financial problems of young married couples, (2) to investigate the
similarities of financial practices of two populations, (3) to determine
the sources of educational financial assistance and guidance used by
young couples, and (4) to compare demographic...
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This compilation of theses and dissertations (a part of the OSU Bibliographic Series) for the period 1970-1977 reflects this university's emphasis on research and graduate study. It may be viewed as an indicator of the contributions made to the state of Oregon through graduate study and research at Oregon State...
Wildtype sunflower typically produces 12-24% oleic acid (18:1) and 70-82%
linoleic acid (18:2). High-oleic sunflower, by contrast, produces up to 80-94% oleic
acid. The monounsaturated oleic acid has a greater oxidative stability than the
polyunsaturated linoleic acid, predominant in wildtype sunflower, and has greater
nutritional benefits than polyunsaturated and saturated...
The use of credit cards by young families, their money management
practices, and the relationship between money management
practices and their control of credit card use was researched in this
A sample of 60 Oregon families was drawn from the 1975 Johnson's
Albany Area City Directory. These families were...