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Read, Marilyn A.; Owens, Nancy J. – Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 2011
This experiential teaching method demonstrates students' enhanced understanding of the influences that cross-cultural perspectives have on the interior design of the home and is achieved through research and application of elements of assimilation and acculturation in the United States. Knowledge of human factors, family dynamics, geographic…
Descriptors: Interior Design, Multicultural Education, Experiential Learning, Cultural Context
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Hegde, Asha; Hill, Caroline – Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 2011
Twenty-two executives from the top 100 interior design (ID) firms in the United States completed a survey on the marketability of an advanced degree in ID and on the content areas of most interest to practitioners. Findings revealed that practitioners anticipate the demand for advanced ID degrees to increase considerably. Specialized knowledge…
Descriptors: Graduate Study, Interior Design, Opinions, Administrator Attitudes