The Effectiveness of an Indicative Program on Financial Income Planning for a Group of Housewives in Riyadh City

By Munirah Saleh S. Aldhuhayyan.

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

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This study aims to reveal the role of planning in family life is a means to achieve socio-economic balance and regulate its development and progress in various stages of life. The main objectives of the study are:
1. Disclosing the differences between employed housewives and the unemployed ones in planning the financial income.
2. Identifying the differences between housewives sample study in the planning of financial income, depending on the educational level of the housewives
3. Identifying differences between the number of children and planning the financial income for the housewives of the sample study.
4. Identifying the differences between housewives sample study in planning financial income according to family income.
5. Identifying the nature of the relationship between income from planning the financial and some level of socio-economic variables of the family.
6. Assessing and evaluating the differences between the responses of housewives towards planning the financial income in the pre-test and the post-test of the programme.

Keywords: Planning, Financial Income, Planning Income Financial, Perception, Practice, Indicative Programme, Housewives

International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 6, Issue 8, pp.1-10. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 787.591KB).

Dr. Munirah Saleh S. Aldhuhayyan

Assistant Professor of House Management Department & Vice Dean for Total Quality Management and Development, Domestic Economy, Prince Nora Bint Abdul Rahman University, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia

I am an Assistant Professor of House Management Department & Vice Dean for Total Quality Management and Development, Faculty of Education for Domestic Economics & Arts, Prince Nora Bint Abdul Rahman University, Riyadh, KSA. I got a PhD degree in Domestic Economy (House Management Department), College of Domestic Economy & Arts, 2008, and a master degree from the same university on 2004. I am the chairperson of the ain committee for the university’s institutional evaluation. In 2008, I was the vice secretary of domestic economy & arts department and a member of student councils election committee in the same year. Also, I am the chairperson of social activity, department of domestic economics. I participated with a paper entitled: Using the Internet in marketing the products of small enterprises in Egypt And The Arab World”, Faculty of Domestic Economics, University of Meoufiya, Egypt, 2010. I presented a course entitled: “The High Cost of Living and Preparing Budgets” in association with the Agency of Community Service and Environmental Development. Also, I presented a course entitled: “Family Budget” in association with Onaizah Women’s Charitable Society to train the of employees and the customers of the society.

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