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Administrators of home economics research programs in 62 land-grant universities supplied data that were used to ascertain (1) the number and sub ject-matter distribution of faculty engaged in research, (2) the number and distribution of persons with competency to conduct research, and (3) the...
The relationship between sex and power of preschool teachers and children's sex role preferences was investigated using the It Scale for Children with 19 matched pairs of chil dren in two preschools. Results indicated boys were more masculine in their sex role prefer ences than girls were...
Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) was used to characterize the microstructural changes of xylem and phloem tissue of mature carrots when cooked to doneness by the home preparation methods of steaming, boiling, and pressure cooking. This study yielded strong evidence for noncellulose...
The association between various forms of a product—13 styles of western dress for women introduced into Seoul, Korea, before 1972—and the quantity adopted by 495 Korean women, grouped by age, education, and occupation, was delineated in this study. Three garments—the blouse, overcoat, and...
The population of this study was married industrial workers who were employed in 1968 in Iowa metal processing industries. Fifteen companies participated in the study with com pleted data received on 186 families. The men and their wives were interviewed in their homes, and employee data sheets...
The nutrition camp has been a successful vehicle for balance studies with preadolescent children. This method requires a large staff for supervision of subjects, diet preparation, recreation, and laboratory analyses. The advantages, potential problems, and successful operating procedures are...
The process of professionalization is studied and the attributes an occupation acquires as it becomes professionalized are enumerated. These characteristics include establishment of a professional association with membership requirements designed to keep out the unqualified; control over...
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