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Family and Consumer Science

Welcome to the A.C. Clark Library Research Guide for Family and Consumer Science where you can find access to a variety of library and information resources relevant to your course of study. 

Consumer Sciences is defined by the Columbia Encyclopedia as the "study of homemaking and the relation of the home to the community. Formerly limited to problems of food (nutrition and cookery), clothing, sewing, textiles, household equipment, housecleaning, housing, hygiene, and household economics, it later came to include many aspects of family relations, parental education, consumer education, and institutional management"

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