Resource Management for Individuals and Families
This text uses a consumerism theme to help students make intelligent decisions about resources, time, energies and purchases. Using the latest census and demographic data, the text relates examples to current events and attitudes. An emphasis has been placed on singles and/or single parent families as a demographic group throughout the text. In addition, the text takes on an interdisciplinary, global and multicultural focus. Unique coverage of management history is covered in Chapter 2 and Chapter 14 discusses future challenges of technology, family and global change and the environment.
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Life Management for Individuals and Families
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