This thesis is a study of the attitudes of employed Latter-day Saint mothers and non-employed Latter-day Saint mothers toward the homemaking role and outside employment.
Two general hypotheses were tested. They were (1) employed Latter-day Saint mothers will have a more favorable attitude toward the homemaking role than non-employed mothers; and (2) employed Latter-day Saint mothers will have a more favorable attitude toward outside employment than non-employed mothers.
College and Department
Family, Home, and Social Sciences; Family Life
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Monroe, Lois Richins, "Attitudes of Employed and Non-Employed Latter-Day Saint Mothers Toward the Homemaking Role and Outside Employment" (1965). All Theses and Dissertations. 4948.
Mormon women, Employment, Mormon women