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A Comparison Of Living Conditions Of Selected Farm, Farm-Industrial And Industrial Families Near Kingsport And Bristol, Tennessee, Rolien Ashland Rhea
(From Introduction - abbreviated)
The purpose of this survey was to study the effect of three sources of income on family living conditions: incomes derived from industry; from agriculture; and from a combination of industry and agriculture.
The findings of such a study may be useful in showing the needs of Tennessee homes and thus furnish a basis for home economics courses of study and for training educational and social workers to adapt their work to home and family needs.
A Study Of The Practices Of A Selected Group Of Fifty Employed Women In Knox County In The Buying And Care Of Hosiery, Ruth Deford
(Conclusions) The writer has drawn the following conclusions based on this study of the buying practices of a selected group of fifty employed women: (1) Some concerted effort should be made to teach people the meaning of terms used in advertising and selling hose. (2) Appearance and serviceability seem to be important factors in buying hose, but appearance makes a stronger appeal. (3) Generally speaking, price paid does not seem to be an indication of service which can be expected.