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Relationship of attitudes and selected socioeconomic characteristics in a Food for Work program



Relationship of attitudes and selected socioeconomic characteristics in a Food for Work program



Publication Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station (933): 24



The relationships between attitudes and selected socioeconomic characteristics in a Food For Work (FFW) programme in Ghana are examined. These inculde: education, religion, community participation, family solidarity, political awareness, work value, job satisfaction, spending and saving, consumption patterns and self-reliance.

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