Development of Home Economics in the United States: With Special Reference to Its Purposes and Integrating Function

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The Pennsylvania State University. - Home economics - 17 pages
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19th century administration agri agricul agricultural products American Home area of learning aspects of family basic biological sciences birth to Home Bureau Bureau of Home came cational cern change has continued chemistry Child Development Children's Children's Bureau COLLEGE OF HOME colleges and universities concerned confusion CONFUSION OF PURPOSE consumption of agricultural contributions cooking schools Cornell Cornell University courses in Home degree in Home demand of families Department of Agriculture development of Home dietitians domestic science early leaders Economics Public ECONOMICS UNIVERSITY PARK Economics was located efforts Ellen H emphasis on food extension extensive fields families for help families in relation Family members federal appropriations federal government fields of learning folk movement function of Home funds Gilbreth grams Grant institutions half were granted high school higher education higher institutions history of Home home and family Home Eco Home Economics branch Home Economics Extension Home Economics movement Home Economics organization Home Economics programs HOME ECONOMICS UNIVERSITY home economists home science homemaking Household Economics Association Human Nutrition instruction in Home INTEGRATING FUNCTION integrating the contributions Lake Placid meeting Land-Grant Colleges Land-Grant insti Land-Grant institutions Land-Grant movement larger movement later latter quarter levels Library Lillian Gilbreth meagerly financed men and women ment mid-century need of families nomics numbers of industries Ohio Parent-Teacher Associations PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY persistent persistent need phases of Home philosophies of higher philosophy principles problems professional and lay Psychology PURPOSES AND INTEGRATING purposes of Home rapid social change realistic relationship relation relationship resident instruction Resident teaching responsibility sanitation scientific management scope second decade service to families sider social agencies society sociology specialist within Home tension Service tion total family situation United States Department UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

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