Summer 1964 // Volume 2 // Number 2

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About This Issue

About This Issue
The Editors

Feature Articles

The Professional's Concern for Values (pdf)
Royal Bank of Canada
A sense of values must express itself in our making a contribution to society.

What Legislators Think of Extension (pdf)
T. C. Blalock
Contacts with and observations of professional staff are the most important sources of information on which legislators form their impressions of Extension.

Communicating to the Suburbs (pdf)
Verling C. Troldahl
Persons with a potential for change may be led to "entertain" the possibility because of exposure to Extension information.

A Concept of Needs (pdf)
J. Paul Leagans
Effective Extension education is an intentional effort, carefully designed to fulfill certain specifically predetermined and presumably important needs.

Women Influentials (pdf)
Anna B. Brown
Leaders of women's associations are in position to influence, favorably or otherwise, acceptance of educational opportunities in a community.

Examining the Role of Agents in 4-H (pdf)
Russell D. Robinson
Dissatisfactions with professional responsibilities for 4-H may be due to diverse expectations.

Dilemma of Adult Educators (pdf)
Stephen L. Brower
Adults must have some say in structuring the type of educational experience offered if it is to meet their needs.

Book Reviews (pdf)

Farms and Farmers in an Urban Age. By Edward Higbee, 1963. Available from the Twentieth Century Fund, 71 E. 70th St., New York 21, N.Y. 183 pp. $3.00.
C. M. Ferguson

Futures for Home Economists. By Theresa R. Humphreyville, 1963. Available from Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 334 pp. $5.95.
Jean M. Spearin

Preparing Objectives for Programmed Instruction. By Robert F. Mager, 1962. Available from Fearon Publishers, San Francisco, Calif. 62 pp. $1.75.
Laurel K. Sabrosky

Adoption of New Ideas and Practices. By Herbert F. Lionberger, 1960. Available from Iowa State University Press, Ames, Iowa. 164 pp. $4.50.
Max Scott

Abstracts (pdf)

The Writing Requirements for Graduate Degrees. Paul E. Koefod. 1964. 268 pp. Available from Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 07632. $3.95.

Who Are Your Motivated Workers? M. Scott Myers. Harvard Business Review, XLII (January/Ferbruary, 1964), 73-88. Available from Harvard Business Review, Soldiers Field, Boston, Mass. 02163. Single reprint $1.00.

Evaluating the Technical Employee: A Result Approach. Irwin W. Krantz. Personnel, XLI (January/February, 1964), 47-58. Available from American Management Association, 35 W. 50th St., New York, N.Y. 10020. Single copy $1.75.

Some Aspects of Decision as a System. Frances M. Magrabi. Journal of Home Economics, LV (December, 1963), 755-62. Available from American Home Economics Association, 1600 Twentieth St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20009. Single copy $1.00.

Teaching Styles and Learning. Daniel Solomon, William E. Bezdek, and Larry Rosenberg. 1963. 164 pp. Available from Center for the Study of Liberal Education for Adults, 4819 S. Greenwood Ave., Chicago 15, Ill. $2.00.

Unearthing An Organization's Hidden Perceptions. Winifred L. Brown. Adult Leadership, XXII (February, 1964), 239, 254. Available from Adult Education Association of the U.S.A., 1225 19th St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036. $5 per year, domestic.

The Discipline of Education. John Walton and James L. Kuethe (eds.). 1963. 190 pp. Available from the University of Wisconsin Press, 430 Sterling Court, Madison, Wis. 53706. $5.00.

Psychological Studies of Human Development. Raymond G. Kuhlen and George G. Thompson (eds.). 1963. 638 pp. Available from Appleton-Century-Crofts, 34 W. 33rd St., New York 1, N.Y. $4.25.