A Study of Non-Manual Vocational Adjustment of Twenty-Five 1970-1971 Work Experience Program Graduates
Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. Roger Harvey
Chapter One presents the background of the study and a general description of the study. Included In this chapter are: (1) an explanation of the Work Experience Program, (2) an introduction to the study, (3) the statementof the problem studied, (4) the hypotheses on which the research were based, (5) an assumption of.the results of the study, (6) the significance of the study, (7) definitions of terms used in the study, (8) delimitations assigned to the study, (9) procedures used in collection of data, and (10) procedures used in the treatment of data. Chapter One concludes with a brief overview of the organisation of the remainder of the study.
Chaney, William E., "A Study of Non-Manual Vocational Adjustment of Twenty-Five 1970-1971 Work Experience Program Graduates" (1972). Student Work. 1993.
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A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School University of Nebraska at Omaha In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Master of Arts. Copyright William E. Chaney July, 1972