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Some factors affecting the meal patterns and practices of selected urban and rural coconut farming village: A comparison.

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Graduate School - Mindanao State University - Iligan Institute of Technology

Publication Information

Publication Type
Thesis/Dissertations
Thesis Degree
MA
Specialization
Teaching Technology
Publication Date
1992

Abstract

This study seeks to find out the meal patterns and practices of selected urban and rural coconut farming villages, such as Barangay Kiwalan, Hinaplanon and Tipanoy for the urban areas and Barangay Libertad, Titunod and Karomatan for the rural areas involving 180 respondents.  Specifically, it aims to: (1) find our the food  habits of coconut farmers from the rural and urban areas; (2) find out the difference between the rural and urban coconut farmers in terms of food habits, meal practices and food beliefs; (3) find out if there is a significant relationship between rural and urban coconut farmers in terms of personal factors such as: religion, ethnic group, education, age, number of dependents, income per day, size of farm, distance of house from the farm, membership in organization, number of trainings/seminars attended and level of living; (4) determine whether there is a significant relationship between the personal factors.....

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Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Extension, Mindanao State University-Iligan Institute Technology Fulltext Print Format

 
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