Date of Award:
Master of Science (MS)
Human Development and Family Studies
Department name when degree awarded
Home Economics and Consumer Education
J. Nicholls Eastmond
The problems and dissatisfactions experienced by thirty Ute Indian families as they relocated into new federally subsided homes were studied. A researcher administered interview guid was developed which produced data that could be analyzed using descriptive statistics. Four recommendations to improve the relocation process in future housing projects were framed.
Snow, Al Jean, "Problems and Dissatisfactions Encountered by Families in an Indian Housing Project" (1978). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 2489.
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