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McCardell, Marion Wixom, 1954-



  • Existence: 1954-

Biographical History

Marion Wixom McCardell (born 1954) is a communications professor in Utah.

Marion Wixom McCardell was born to Idaho teacher and Brigham Young University alumnus Zoe Wixom and Franklin Don Wixom in 1954. In April 28, 1976 she married Stephen Jack McCardell in Utah. Two years later she wrote her dissertation "Parental Contol of Children: An Exploration of the Relationship Between Control and Family Home Evening", which detailed the connection of television use in a Family Home Evening background, and then shortly after graduated from Brigham Young University with a bachelor's in English and master's in Communication. She currently teaches both subjects at Salt Lake Community College.

Parental control of children's television, 1978: t.p. (Marion Wixom McCardell; master's thesis for Department of Communications, Brigham Young University)

Worth their salt, too, 2000: p. 83 (Marion McCardell; bachelor's in English and master's in Communications from Brigham Young University; teaches both subjects at Salt Lake Community College; author)

Daily herald, May 2, 1976: p. 27 (Marion Joan Wixom; m. Steven Jack McCardell)

The Salt Lake Tribune, July 9, 2009: (Zoe Wixom; m. Franklin Don Wixom in 1954; d. July 3, 2009), March 17, 2016 (Marion Joan Wixom; m, Stephen Jack McCardell in April 28, 1976)

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Oral history interview with Algie E. Ballif

 File — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197232593811]
Identifier: MSS 8818
Scope and Contents

DVD sound recording and transcript of an oral history interview with Ballif. The interview includes her time as a student at Brigham Young University from 1915-1916, her time as a student of Radcliffe College in Boston in 1921, and the initial years of her service in the newly-created Dance program at BYU from the 1920s and 1930s. Material dated August 1982.

Dates: 1982 August