A study of the low cost diet in a home management house

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Jessie Anna Potts (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
Web Site: http://library.uncg.edu/
Evelyn Cox

Abstract: Home economics at the undergraduate level has as its primary objective helping the individual student to achieve a rich and satisfying home and family life. It deals with the social, economic, esthetic, managerial, health, and ethical aspects of family relations, child development, foods, clothing, and housing. An understanding of sound wholesome family life is basic to attaining optimum personal development and happiness. Education for home and family living should, therefore, be thought of as essential to the well-rounded education of all students, whether they become fulltime homemakers, combine homemaking and wage earning, or are employed as full-time workers. A very valuable part of this preparation for successful living is the experience obtained through residence in a home management house.

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Language: English
Date: 1952
Home economics $x Study and teaching (Higher)
Cost and standard of living

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