Comparison between action programs implemented by the individual, individuals-grouped-as-on, and the family

Henry Y. Goltiano


This study determined which action program grouping was more effective. Results showed that action programs formulated by families were implemented more successfully than those formulated by individuals or individuals-grouped-as-one. Respondents claimed that the family was the primary social group which could provide the most needed support in action program implementation. Moreover, the wife was an important pillar of farm activities because respondents that she provided the strongest support and encouragement.

Keywords: Action program. Degree of family involvement. Level of success. Socio-psychological benefits. Overall training benefit.

Annals of Tropical Research 11(1-4):(1989)
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