Family Economics functions, research, surveys, and publications.
United States USA Date:1948 Duration:4 min 30 sec Sound:Yes
Research work by the Bureau of Human Nutrition and Home Economics Service (United States Department of Agriculture). Chief of the Bureau Dr. Hazel K Stiebeling talks about family economics research. Family Economics staff at work in downtown Washington. A staff member reads letters inquiring about money management techniques from families in the U.S. A staff member shows a mother how to use a food plan. They work out a weekly market list. A teacher gives a lesson in meal planning and food buying to high school seniors. Policy makers use family economic material on milk consumption during a meeting. A representative of the Bureau on a food survey. She talks to a woman at her doorstep, surveys the food in a kitchen. Information on food composition is recorded and evaluated on a sheet. A family eats a meal planned by the family economists. Dr. Hazel K Stiebeling displays various publication for home makers and teachers that include food and housing research results. Other educational material includes information for the press, radio scripts, charts, film slides, motion pictures, and television programs.
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