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Published by American Press in Beirut .
Written in English


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SeriesAmerican University of Beirut .... Social science series -- no.7
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Open LibraryOL16563038M

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  A descriptive study was conducted to determine hygiene status of rural communities in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, using a purposive sample of villagers: 71 male and 74 female. Participants were divided into 14 groups (by community) and group interviews were conducted with them. (PDF) Handbook of hygiene control in the food industry cip. On the State of Rural Hygiene. Public Health System Provides Health Care to Rural Areas. Essay. By: Florence Nightingale Date: Source: Lucy Ridgeley Seymer, ed. Selected Writings of Florence Nightingale. New York: Macmillan, About the Author: Florence Nightingale (–)—nurse, pioneer of hospital reform, and humanitarian—was born in Florence, Italy, on lessons from what was one of the first social science experiments ever carried out under controlled conditions. In the early 's, Stuart Dodd-who, I am pleased to record, is I Stuart C. Dodd, A Controlled Experiment on Rural Hygiene in Syria, New .