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ERIC Number: ED038565
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Oct
Reference Count: 0
Relations between Junior 4-H Enrollment and Selected Characteristics of Tennessee's County 4-H Extension Programs.
Chu, Sho-hong; Carter, Cecil E., Jr.
This study was concerned with the problem of decreasing county junior 4-H enrollment in Tennessee. It was designed to determine the association between selected variables concerning county 4-H programs and the total junior 4-H enrollment. The major purposes of the study were (1) to determine the relations between the total number of junior 4-H members enrolled per county and selected variables concerning 4-H leadership, organization, participation, enrollment, place of member residence, and number of extension staff members per county, and (2) to determine which of the six groups of county 4-H programs or independent variables (i.e. 4-H leadership, organization, participation, enrollment, place of residence, and number of extension staff per county) accounted for the largest percentage of variation in the number of junior 4-H members per county. Correlation analysis and multiple correlation analysis were applied to these variables, revealing positive correlation among such factors as number of members, number of leaders, and number of clubs within a county. (Appendix removed because of illegibility of original document.) (Author/MF)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Tennessee State Dept. of Health, Nashville.
Identifiers: Tennessee; 4 H Clubs
Note: Extension Study, No. 4