Schedule, Family Relations and Human Development Division and Family Economics and Resource Management Division, Preconference, June 1999


Family Relations and Human Development Division and

Family Economics and Resource Management Division

Preconference, June 1999

Note: Each person registering for the preconference should get
a copy of the conference proceedings, FRHD/FERM Biennial. Those
not registering for the preconference who would like a copy of the Biennial
should contact Sharon P. Blase, Treasurer, FERM Division of AAFCS, RCE
of Cumberland County, 291 Morton Avenue, Millville, NJ 08332. Her e-mail
and telephone number is 609-451-2800.

Suggested format (APA style) for citing articles:

Lee, H. S.(1999). Family resources, social support, cultural adjustment,
and family functioning style in Korean American families. FRHD/FERM
, 3, 105-111.

Thursday, June 24

11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Registration

Room 308

1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Opening General Session

Room 308

Presiding: Cynthia Johnson

Welcome and Introductions

Keynote Address

Marriage and Couple Education Resource Development or Should
Cooperative Extension Be Using the “M” Word?

Judy Branch, Anna Mae Kobbe, Rosemarie Hoffman, Charlotte Olsen, Madeleine
Alberts, and Benjamin Silliman

2:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Break (on your own)

3:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. Concurrent Sessions

A. Panel Presentation – Room 308

Presiding: Karen Goebel

Healthy Family Businesses Make Healthy Families

Karen Goebel, Margaret Fitzgerald, Marilyn Furry, Lori German, Cynthia
Jasper, Ramona Heck, Glenn Muske, and Rosemary Walker.

B. Paper Presentations – Room 306

Presiding: Margaret Gavillet

Meaningful Relationships, Dependency, and Satisfaction: A Description
of Nursing Home Living

Peggy Draughn, Troy Stuart, and Marilyn Bruin

Family Resources, Social Support, Cultural Adjustment, and Family
Functioning Style in Korean American Families

Hae Seung Lee.  NOTE: The tables were left out of the paper in
the Biennial.  Click
here to view and download tables from Hae Seung Lee’s  paper.

4:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Break

4:30 p.m. – 5:45 p.m. Concurrent Sessions

A. Panel Presentation – Room 308

Presiding: Darlene Moss

Credit When Credit Is Due: A Consumer Credit Education Program

Darlene Moss, Paul Strassels, Liz Gorham, and Ida Snorteland.

B. Paper Presentations – Room 306

Presiding: Celia Hayhoe

Sociodemographic, Financial, and Relational Predictors of Financial
Decision Process and Outcome in Farm Family Business Couples

Sharon Danes and Nita Fitzgerald

Family Businesses: A Study of Health Insurance Coverage

Elizabeth Scannell, Jaimie Sung, and Gong-Soog Hong

Friday, June 25

7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Registration

Continental Breakfast, Posters and Showcases

Room 308


– Bright Futures: Meeting the Needs of Teenage Parents in Mississippi;
Paula Threadgill, Sharon Allen, and Raygene Paige.

Building Results: Programs for Oregon’s Children, Youth and
; Sandra Helmick and Clara Pratt.

A Description and Evaluation of the Pacoima Urban Village Outreach
; Marina Croci and Sony Smith.

Economic Rewards and Women’s Participation in South Korea Agriculture;
Hee-Keum Cho.

Family/School Collaboration: A Research Project with Preservice
; Lillian Chenoweth, Jo Ann Engelbrecht, Jennifer Martin,
and Paula Giboney.

“The Feeling of Belonging – Growing Community” Poster for Healthy
Families: Relationships
; Audrey Oates.

The Future Time Perspective of Two Groups of Young Adults;
Marilyn Bruin, Frances Lawrence, Pamela Gauthreaux, and Denese Vlosky.

Healthy Neighborhoods, Healthy Families: A Resource Exchange
Model That Promotes Family Relationships and Fosters Community Economic
; Todd R. Gomez.

How Do Caregiving Responsibilities Influence Retirement Plans
for the Sandwich Generation?
; Sandra Foreman and Celia Hayhoe.

Improving Financial Health: Investing on a Shoestring;
Barbara O’Neill.

Improving Life Skills: Balancing Work and Family; Easter
Tucker and Teresa Booth.

The Influence of Daily Hassles, Managerial Strategies, and
Role Balance on Health Status
; Betsy Garrison, Sarah Pierce, and
Terri Buchanan.

Lead Poisoning and Young Children; Diane Tidwell and
Anne Bomba.

Marital Satisfaction, Resource Adequacy Perception and Family
Resource Management Skills: A Corelational Study
; Judy Rommel.

O.A.S.I.S.: Older Adult Survey of Issues and Services

Marilyn Sachs.

Patients’ Bills of Rights: Consumer Protection?; Carole

Utilizing a Collaborative Model Across Institutions for the
Development of a Research Agenda to Study Issues Related to Family Well-Being
Martha Brown, Linda Gardner, Victoria Gribschaw, Sandra Metz, Lynette Olson,
Rosa Purcell, Rachel Taitano, and Kay Wilder.

Why Can’t We All Just Get Along? Children and Violence;
Shelley Thorpe.

Young Mothers with Young Children: Studying the Effectiveness
of Playgroups Intervention on Increasing Positive Mother-Child Interactions
Deborah Zurmehly.


Presiding: Naomi Hunt (Room 308) and Mary Jane Woodger (Room 306)

Teaching Life Management in California Community Colleges;
Joann Driggers and Lynne Miller. (Room 306 7:45a.m. – 8:00 a.m.)

Stepping Stones for Stepfamilies: An Extension Program to Strengthen
Stepfamily Living
; Charlotte Olsen and M. Gayle Price. (Room 306
8:00 a.m. – 8:15 a.m.)

Top Ten Financial “Needs to Know” for Newlyweds; Patricia

(Room 306 8:15 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.)

Gateway to a Better Life; Karen Varcoe.

A Statewide Online Database of Parent Educators and Website for
Professionals, Family Scientists, and Parents
; Sharon Hirschy and
Arminta Jacobson. (Room 306 8:30 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.)

The University of Mississippi Early Intervention Project;
Anne Bomba, Mit Arnold, and Gary Mooers. (Room 308 8:00 a.m. – 8:15 a.m.)

Writing Across the Curriculum in Family and Consumer Science:
A Curriculum Showcase
; Betsy Garrison, Marilyn Bruin, Pamela Monroe,
and Lydia Blaylock. (Room 308 8:15 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.)

Los Padres Son Maestros: A Child and Parent Development Program
for Economically Stressed Families
; Ann Austin, Keith Packard,
Elaine Weeks, Ernie Weeks, and Tom Hogan.

Parents Forever = Education for Families in Divorce Transition;
Minnell Tralle. (Room 308 8:30 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.)

9:15 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Concurrent Sessions

A. Workshop – Room 308

Presiding: Sarah Anderson

The Heart of a Teen Mom: The Multiple Aspects in the Development
of Adolescent Motherhood

Deborah Hughes

B. Paper Presentations – Room 306

Presiding: Carolyn Burns

Financial Products and Low-to-Moderate Income Families

Jeanne Hogarth and Kevin O”Donnell

Financial Management Training: Workforce New Jersey Participants
Preparing for Full-Time Employment

Sharon Blasè

10:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Concurrent Sessions

A. Panel Presentation – Room 308

Presiding: Joan Kinney

On-Line Shopping – Daily Assistance for Families

Joan Kinney and Karen Goebel

B. Paper Presentations – Room 306

Presiding: Sharon Danes

Assessing Financial Risk Tolerance: Do Demographics, Socioeconomic,
and Attitudinal Factors Work?

John Grable and Ruth Lytton.

Successful Financial Management: Perceived Resources and Obstacles

Barbara O’Neill, Barbara Bristow, and Patricia Brennan

12:15 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Luncheon

Room 308

Presiding: Judith Urich

Speaker: Barbara Gault, Ph.D., Institute for Women and Policy Research

2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Educational Excursion

The Future of Today – A Visit with Microsoft.

This Educational Excursion required an additional, advance registration
with Seattle V.I.P. Services.

2:00 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. Concurrent Sessions

A. Workshop – Room 308

Presiding: Doris Beard

The Future of Social Security for Workers and Families: Policies
and Politics

Heidi Sternheim

B. Paper Presentation – Room 306

Presiding: Marilyn Bruin

Adult Family Care: An Economic and Social Alternative to Institutionalization
of Elders and Adults with Disabilities

Elsie Fetterman, Valerie Chamberlain, and Connie McKenna

3:15 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Break

3:30p.m. – 4:45 p.m. Concurrent Sessions

A. Panel Presentation – Room 308

Presiding: Barbara O’Neill

Improving Financial Health: Investing for Your Future;
Barbara O’Neill, Patricia Brennan, Barbara Bristow, Joyce Christenbury,
Connie Kratzer, Irene Leach, Katherine Phillip, Nancy Porter, Jane Schuchardt,
Joan Witter, and Linda Fox.

B. Panel Presentation – Room 306

Presiding: Jan Cooper Taylor

Child Centered Assessment: Supporting Healthy Development of Families
with Children with Special Needs

Jan Cooper Taylor, Janie Cirlot-New, Jill Ethridge, Carlen Henington,
and Sam Givhan.


4:45 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Wrap-Up and Evaluation

Room 308

Presiding: Dottie Goss and Peggy Draughn