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HOWEVER, TEENA'S PREFERENCES ARE CONSIDERED WHEN IT COMES TO MORE IMPORTANT THINGS AS WELL... HER MOTHER TOLD US SO! questions 3 (mother questionnaire): If you were buying any of the following items, would you say that Teena's ideas and desires would have a strong influence on your choice of any of these? [[three column table]] [[item]] | Yes % | No % Radio | 65 | 35 Automobile | 34 | 66 House Furnishings | 77 | 23 Stove | 22 | 78 Refrigerator | 22 | 78 [[/table]] footnote: An age breakdown for this question shows that older girls have more influence than younger girls. 32 [[image - drawing of daughter trying on clothes]] WHEN TEENA BUYS A SUIT, DRESS OR COAT FOR HERSELF, SHE USUALLY SHOPS WITH HER MOTHER OR SOME OLDER PERSON IN HER FAMILY question 9a: When you buy such things as a new suit, dress or coat, does your mother or some older person in your family go with you - always, sometimes, or never? [[two column table]] New Suit, Dress or Coat | % Always | 66 Sometimes | 31 Never | 3 [[total]] | 100 [[/table]] 33
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