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author's study Child and Employment CM CM CM rH college educated homemakers complex meal Cornell University employed homemakers Employment Status expended in meal factors family life cycle family members food preparation full-time homemakers homemaker was employed Hood College Hood sample human resources expended husband hypothesis was tested Kathryn Walker Meal 3 Meal meal management practices meal pattern meal preparation meal types Meals According Meals and Number meals meals meals meals served menu sheet Michigan State University minutes noon meals Number of Breakfasts number of children Number of Families number of meals number of persons Participants in Eating participation at mealtime percent persons eating record relationship was found rH CM rH rH served per family significant difference significant relationship significantly related snacks spent eating spent in meal Statutory College Syracuse sample tested by comparing Total Number type of meal variables Warren Wiegand workers youngest child increased