Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Sociology and Anthropology
Dr. T. Earl Sullenger
Nowhere more, perhaps, than in family maladjustment is the expression "merely the boy (or girl) grown tall" more apropos, for here we see the current difficulties to be so frequently, if not largely, carry-overs of difficulties having their incipience in childhood and adolescence. As a personal interview unfolds itself, time after time the problem is seen as an accentuation of, or outgrowth of past maladjustment of the individual or those in his immediate environment.
Haradon, Virginia Maes, "An Intensive Study of the Relation of the Four Basic Wishes to Family Maladjustment" (1948). Student Work. 1632.
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Thesis Submitted In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts Department of Sociology of the Municipal University of Omaha. Copyright Virginia Maes Haradon 1948