January 1981 // Volume 19 // Number 1
Families, Chopsticks, and Clovers (pdf)
Over half the states in the U.S. participate in a Japanese-American exchange program--LABO/4-H. The Langs describe it and a Kansas survey of host family attitudes.
Programming for Employed Homemakers (pdf)
The procedures used in this survey can be a model for other programs, other audiences, other states-and on a county level.
Limited-Income Farmers: Some New Knowledge (pdf)
Contrary to earlier research, this Georgia study found that limited-income farmers were younger, better educated, and make more use of Extension.
Motivating the Adult 4-H Volunteer (pdf)
Management of the 4-H volunteer program is enhanced when actions are consistent with what's known about the behavior of motivated adults.
Tools of the Trade