The study discussed in this article located graduate (or terminal degree) theses and dissertations about the 4-H program in order that a research base might be established to further research and improve 4-H programming. Nearly 1,550 studies were located, representing the years 1911 to 2002, from 130 institutions worldwide. Ten major categories of study were determined through qualitative content analysis.
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Scholl, J., & Munya, C. (2004). Establishing a 4-H Research Base of Graduate Studies. The Journal of Extension, 42(5), Article 10. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol42/iss5/10