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ERIC Number: ED018546
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 239
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Reference Count: 0
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WORKING WITH LOW-INCOME FAMILIES, PROCEEDINGS OF THE AHEA WORKSHOP (UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, MARCH 15-19, 1965).
American Home Economics Association, Washington, DC.
WORK WITH LOW INCOME FAMILIES HAS BEEN PART OF THE BASIC PHILOSOPHY OF THE AMERICAN HOME ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION (AHEA) SINCE ITS INCEPTION. A NATIONAL WORKSHOP WAS ATTENDED BY STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND U.S. OFFICE OF EDUCATION PERSONNEL, TEACHER-EDUCATORS, EXTENSION WORKERS, SOCIAL WORKERS, AND PERSONS WITH RELATED INTERESTS. TEXTS OF THE FOLLOWING SPEECHES ARE GIVEN--(1) "OUR CHARGE--THIS WEEK AND TOMORROW" BY FRANCENA L. NOLAN, (2) "POVERTY AMIDST AFFLUENCE--AN OVERALL VIEW OF POVERTY IN CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN SOCIETY" BY PAUL A. MILLER, (3) "CHANGING THE CULTURE OF THE DISADVANTAGED STUDENT" BY ALLISON DAVIS, (4) "CONSUMPTION CHOICES AND POVERTY" BY OSCAR ORNATI, (5) "CHILD REARING AND FAMILY LIFE PATTERNS FOR THE VERY POOR--IMPLICATIONS FOR HOME ECONOMISTS" BY CATHERINE S. CHILMAN, (6) "VALUE ORIENTATION OF A CULTURE OF POVERTY--THE SOUTHERN APPLACHIAN CASE" BY THOMAS R. FORD, (7) "SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS" BY WILLIAM G. STUCKY, (8) "POVERTY AND WELFARE" BY ALTON A. LINFORD, (9) "SOME CHALLENGES OF CONTEMPORARY HEALTH NEEDS" BY PAULINE G. STITT, M.D., (10) "THE NORTH CAROLINA FUND" BY WILLIAM H. KOCH, JR., (11) "HOMEMAKING EDUCATION FOR NEEDY FAMILIES IN THE DALLAS COMMUNITY" BY JERLINE KENNEDY, (12) "HOMEMAKER TEACHER ASSISTS LOW INCOME FAMILIES IN HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT" BY ELIZABETH W. GASSETTE, (13) "CONSUMER PROBLEMS OF LOW INCOME FAMILIES" BY ESTHER PETERSON, (14) "RURAL AMERICAN NEEDS HOME ECONOMISTS" BY JOHN A. BAKER, (15) "PUBLIC WELFARE AND THE HOME ECONOMISTS" BY ELLEN WINSTON, (16) "THE CONSUMER COUNSELING PROGRAM OF AFL-CIO COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES" BY PAUL MENDENHALL, (17) "COMMUNITY ACTION" BY ROBERT I. SHACKFORD, (18) "THE OUTREACH" BY FRANCENA L. NOLAN, (19) "AHEA'S OPPORTUNITY AND RESPONSIBILITY" BY A. JUNE BRICKER, AND (2) "THE CHALLENGE--NEW CAREERS FOR THE POOR" BY FRANK RIESSMAN. (MS)
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Authoring Institution: American Home Economics Association, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: AFL CIO; APPALACHIA; CONNECTICUT; HARTFORD; NORTH CAROLINA FUND; TEXAS; Texas (Dallas)