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Food Intake Practices Of High School Students In Shelby County, Alabama, Johnnie C. Carlisle Dec 1975

Food Intake Practices Of High School Students In Shelby County, Alabama, Johnnie C. Carlisle

Doctoral Dissertations

Food intake patterns, food terminology, food preferences, and food connotative meanings for 354 high school students in Shelby County, Alabama, were studied. The sample was comprised of 82 Blacks and 272 Whites, 164 males and 190 females.

The meal pattern was obtained by the use of three 24-hour recalls. Irregular eating patterns were followed by 148 of the students. Many breakfast combinations were reported. For the noon meal, 60 percent of the students ate in the school lunchroom. More females than males omitted lunch. For the evening meal, the students reported meats, few vegetables or salads and the frequent use ...


Presweetened Cereal Patterns Of Older Sib Families And No Older Sib Families: Child's Preference, Mother's Perception Of Child's Preference, And Family Purchase, Doris Ellen Phillips Aug 1975

Presweetened Cereal Patterns Of Older Sib Families And No Older Sib Families: Child's Preference, Mother's Perception Of Child's Preference, And Family Purchase, Doris Ellen Phillips

Doctoral Dissertations

The child's food preferences are influenced by several variables. Some of these included his flavor perception, television commercials, sibling influence, and other family characteristics. These factors vary depending upon his place in the family and his development at any particular period in his life.

Thirty 4-to 5-year-old children and their mothers were interviewed separately to determine each of their perceptions of the child's presweetened cereal preferences. Sensory tests were used to determine the child's actual presweetened cereal preference and his physiological perception of the sweet taste and flavor. His familiarity with television commercials was explored and he ...


South Carolina Home Economics Association Records - Accession 22, Home Economics Association, South Carolina (Schea) Jan 1975

South Carolina Home Economics Association Records - Accession 22, Home Economics Association, South Carolina (Schea)

Manuscript Collection

This collection is a valuable source on home economics history in South Carolina during the twentieth century. While there is information on the SCHEA from its beginning in 1914 to 1980, the actual records do not start until 1920. An outline of what the South Carolina Home Economics Association was doing from 1914 to 1920, is provided in the “historical file” (see Box 1, folders 1 to 4). The inclusive dates for a particular series may vary and, for most series, the records are incomplete. The collection contains all the records normally created by an organization, including constitutions, correspondence, minutes ...


Job Satisfaction, Life Satisfaction, And Self-Concept Of Home Economics College Faculty , Jerelyn Kay Boehmke Schultz Jan 1975

Job Satisfaction, Life Satisfaction, And Self-Concept Of Home Economics College Faculty , Jerelyn Kay Boehmke Schultz

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Identification Of Established Policies In The Home And Family Setting , Barbara Beatty Pershing Jan 1975

Identification Of Established Policies In The Home And Family Setting , Barbara Beatty Pershing

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Competencies Needed By Family Food Aides , Leah Tirindi Marangu Jan 1975

Competencies Needed By Family Food Aides , Leah Tirindi Marangu

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.