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Thesis (M.A.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1940. Department of Home Economics.
This study was made of the hospitality practices of 108 Lincoln, Nebraska families for the income levels under $2,000, $2,000-$2,999, and $3,000 or over. Information was obtained through interviews with homemakers selected by a stratified random sampling method. The primary objectives were to discover family members’ attitudes and desires concerning hospitality, to learn more about actual family hospitality practices, and to determine whether families of different income levels have characteristic hospitality patterns.
Advisor:Margaret I. Liston