The relationship of numerous demographic and external variables to time management and energy consumption in relation to clothing care is examined. Data and information obtained in the NE-113 Family Time-Use Study collected in 1977-1978 were analysed. Differences were found between urban and rural households and among the different states in America. The occupation of the household manager, the day of the week, the age of the children and education were all variables accounting for differences in clothing care activities.
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|State||Published - 1989|