Knowledge, Attitudes and Behavior of Parents of Pre-School Children About Sun Protection
- Catherine Black (Florida State University)
- Jeanne Heitmeyer (Florida State University)
- Kay Grise (Florida State University)
- Christine Readdick (Florida State University)
The purpose of the study was to determine sun exposure and sun protection among preschool children attending day care. Clothing and accessories currently worn by preschool children while playing outside were identified including garment type, fabric structure, and fiber content. Parental knowledge, attitudes, and behavior towards sun protection for pre-school children were measured and analyzed. Environmental conditions and demo-graphic variables were examined.
How to Cite:
Black, C. & Heitmeyer, J. & Grise, K. & Readdick, C., (1998) “Knowledge, Attitudes and Behavior of Parents of Pre-School Children About Sun Protection”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 1999(1).