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Bahr, Kathleen S., 1943-

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1943-

Biographical History

Kathleen Slaugh Bahr (born 1943) is a retired associate professor in the School of Family Life at BYU.

Kathleen Slaugh Bahr was born in 1943. She completed a bachelor's degree in Home Economics Education and an MS in household economics and management at Utah State University, and a PhD in human ecology at Michigan State University. Her teaching and research have taken her to Argentina, Bolivia, Mexico, and various Native American reservations. Her research interests include a life-long study of the effects of family work upon individuals and families, and the study of family cultures of everyday living, including grandparenting, family ritual, work relations, family ecology, values, love, sacrifice, and family transcendence. She co-authored the book Family Science (1992), and worked with her husband, Howard Bahr, in research on family theory and Navajo and Apache families, jointly authoring Toward More Family-Centered Family Sciences: Love, Sacrifice, and Transcendence (2009). Kathleen has published in Journal of Marriage and Family, Family Relations, Social Forces, and other professional journals. Her primary acquaintance with family work came from growing up as eldest daughter in a family of 13 children.

Citation:
Burr, W. R. Family science, 1993: t.p. (Kathleen S. Bahr)

CIP data sheet, 08-17-92: (hdg.: Bahr, Kathleen S.; b. 1943)

UPB files, February 26, 2022 (Kathleen Slaugh Bahr; born in 1943; bachelor's degree in Home Economics Education and an MS in household economics and management from Utah State University; PhD in human ecology at Michigan State University; research and teaching in Argentina, Bolivia, Mexico, and various Native American reservations; research interests include a life-long study of the effects of family work upon individuals and families, and the study of family cultures of everyday living, including grandparenting, family ritual, work relations, family ecology, values, love, sacrifice, and family transcendence; co-authored the book Family Science (1992), and worked with her husband, Howard Bahr, in research on family theory and Navajo and Apache families, jointly authoring Toward More Family-Centered Family Sciences: Love, Sacrifice, and Transcendence (2009). Kathleen has published in Journal of Marriage and Family, Family Relations, Social Forces, and other professional journals; primary acquaintance with family work came from growing up as eldest daughter in a family of 13 children)

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Howard M. and Kathleen S. Bahr papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS 8963
Scope and Contents

Professional papers of Howard M. Bahr and Kathleen S. Bahr, including research and data on sociology of the family and gender roles, the sociology of religion and in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and Native American studies, particularly Navajo employment. Includes raw data computer printouts, surveys and analysis of research results, final reports, presentation materials, research notes, and transcribed interviews. Materials dated 1960-2019.

Dates: 1960-2019

Howard M. and Kathleen S. Bahr fieldwork surveys and codebooks, 1974-2002

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 8963 Series 4
Scope and Contents Contains raw data on computer printouts, codebooks, computer analysis output, scantron sheets, transcribed interviews, and survey answers. Studies include the Utah Family Roles Survey, the Navajo Labor Force Survey, Life in Large Families survey, women's issues 1981 study, 1798-1979 divorce study, the Grenada Secondary School Study with Stan Albrecht and Bruce Chadwick, the Pendleton Employment Survey, Seattle Indian High School Study on Indian-White relations, Intervention Study, Physical...
Dates: 1974-2002

Howard M. and Kathleen S. Bahr research materials, 1976-2012

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 8963 Series 2
Scope and Contents Contains research results, analysis, drafts, presentation materials, reports, correspondence, notes, and other related documents pertaining to the research of Howard M. Bahr and Kathleen S. Bahr. Topics include the population and social characteristics of Escalante, Utah, the Family Intervention Study from 1975, the Navajo Labor Force Survey, Indian Placement studies, Grenada High School students, religiosity and delinquincy, premarital sex and delinquency in Latter-day Saint teens,...
Dates: 1976-2012

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Subject
Families -- Research -- United States 2
Mormon women 2
Reports 2
Research (Documents) 2
Sociologists -- United States 2