Attitudes of Employed and Non-Employed Latter-Day Saint Mothers Toward the Homemaking Role and Outside Employment
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). Theses and Dissertations. 4948.
Mormon women, Employment, Mormon women
Family, Life Course, and Society Commons, Mormon Studies Commons, Women's Studies Commons