Portland State University. Department of Social Work
Date of Publication
Master of Social Work (MSW)
Day care centers -- Oregon -- Portland
This research was undertaken at the request of the the St. Martin Day Nursery staff and advisory board to assist them in assessing what the consequences of relocating their day care center would be to the present users and possible future users. It was requested that special emphasis be given to where users live and work and the method of transportation they used to bring children to and from the center. Therefore, our research has been exploratory, planned more to search for answers and to attempt to generate hypotheses than to test hypotheses. It was not our purpose to designate where the future location of the St. Martin Day Nursery should be, but rather to point up some things about convenience factors which the Advisory Board might wish to consider in reaching their decision.
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Norton Dauterman, Barbara Ann and Horton, Terry Roger, "Assessing the Convenience Factor in Relocating a Day Care Center" (1971). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 1708.