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ERIC Number: ED057353
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 59
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Consumer Issues and Action--One of a Series in Expanded Programs of Consumer Education.
Mendenhall, James E.
This module, one in a series relating to consumer education, is intended as a teaching guide. Topics covered by the guide are: What Should Consumers Know and Do in Order to Get Their Money's Worth?; What Should Consumers Know and Do about Advertising?; What Should Consumers Know and Do about Product Warranties?; What Should Consumers Know and Do about Product Safety?; What Should Consumers Know and Do about Labeling and Packaging?; What Should Consumers Know and Do about the Safety and Quality of Food?; What Should Consumers Know and Do about Consumer Frauds?; What Should Consumers Know and Do about Consumer-Producer Relationships?; What Should Consumers Know and Do about the Consumer Movement?. The guide is formatted in three columns: Understandings; Suggested Pupil and Teacher Activities; and Sources. (DB)
New York State ERIC Service, Room 468 EBA, State Education Dept., Albany, N. Y. 12224 (microfiche only; free to N. Y. State educators)
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Authoring Institution: New York State Education Dept., Albany. Bureau of Secondary Curriculum Development.
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