Bitzinger, Marvin L., et al.
Mathematics for Consumer Survival
. Lexington, Massachusetts: D. C. Heath and Company, 1981.
A textbook written to help high school students acquire basic mathematical skills and to apply these skills to consumer related problems.
. New York, et al: Praeger Publishers, 1971.
The author gives many helpful hints on how to develop careful shopping habits.
Kravitz, Wallace W., and Brant, Vincent.
Consumer Related Mathematics
. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1976.
A nicely illustrated book for high school students enrolled in consumer mathematics courses. It endeavors to develop, apply, and maintain mathematical skills. Included are descriptions of occupations using these skills and a glossary of terms used throughout the book.
Lankford, Francis Jr.
. Boston, et al: Allyn and Bacon, Incorporated, 1981.
This book is written to help the consumer make wise decisions when purchasing and using goods and services. Essentials of family living discussed in the book include transportation, food, clothing, shelter, banking, and other investments.
Linder, Bertram L.
Economics for Young Adults
. New York: W. H. Sadlier, Incorporated, 1973.
Exercises are included to help the students improve concrete skills to apply these skills to concepts that have been studied and to form generalizations. There is emphasis on making the subject matter relevant to the student by relating economic concepts to everyday experiences.
———, and Selzer, Edwin.
Your Work and Your Career
. New York: William H. Sadlier, Incorporated, 1975.
A nicely illustrated book that introduces students to the world of work. It presents basic requirements for various careers, and describes how high schools and colleges help individuals meet these requirements. It also discusses the problems of employers and workers.