Browsing Master's Theses (1970 - 2004) - The Longwood Graduate Program in Public Horticulture by Subject "Sociology"

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  • Plankinton, Herbert (University of Delaware, 1973-06)
    During the early part of the twentieth century, the popularity of horticultural activities for therapeutic programs increased tremendously. A study was undertaken trace the state of horticultural therapy programs across ...
  • Bennett, Ellen (University of Delaware, 1995)
    Because the urban environment is inherently stressful, urban residents need outlets for stress reduction and restoration. Exposure to nature in a variety of settings has been shown by researchers to reduce stress in humans. ...
  • Zadik, Madelaine (University of Delaware, 1987-08)
    That people derive pleasure and satisfaction from plants and the growing of them is undeniable. Expanding the scope of horticulture to include this human dimension provides an innovative approach to teaching horticulture. ...

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