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Thesis (M.S)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1956. Department of Home Economics
The primary purpose of this study was to determine the most common problems of high school girls in the areas of courtship, sex, and marriage, and home and family life and whether these problems differ between the four high school grades.
The Mooney Problem Check List was administered to approximately 3,500 high school girls who were students in vocational homemaking classes in the public schools of Nebraska. Prior to the administration of the Check List, letters, together with return cards, were sent to homemaking teachers of 99 Nebraska public high schools which had vocational homemaking programs.
Advisor: Kenneth L. Cannon