Victor Wang

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This study investigated the instructional preferences of full time adult credential students after they took a live course called Principles of Adult Education at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) in the fall semester of 2002. These full time adult credential students had been working on their adult teaching credentials to meet the(More)
  • Victor Wang
  • Bulletin of the Pan American Health Organization
  • 1975
China's family planning efforts give the appearance of being substantial and effective, though in terms of hard data the precise degree of success achieved is hard to gauge. The author's five-week tour of China, upon which this article is based, showed a country that seemed capable of controlling its rate of population growth, but it was unclear whether(More)
This three-year evaluation of field work with poor, rural homemakers by nutrition aides employed by the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) of the Maryland Cooperative Extension Service is based on successive annual interviews with 93 homemakers and a control group of 58 designated friends. The results suggest various points of diminishing(More)
  • Victor Wang
  • International journal of health education
  • 1977
Among the most powerful social forces in this century is self determination of nations and of people. The relatively recent phenomenon of community participation in health decisions in some countries is but one aspect of the larger societal value. We can assume that self care, mutual care and collaborative involvement between providers and citizens flow(More)
Guidelines are presented for specifying objectives, identifying resources, selecting methods and evaluating the health education component for maternal and child health programmes. Examples of the application of the principles are integrated with the Guidelines. Diagnostic, planning, organizational, administrative and evaluative procedures are presented(More)