An investigation of the attitudes held by a randomly selected group of members toward their Young Women's Christian Association a socio-psychological analysis
Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Sociology and Anthropology
Edmund G. McCurtain
Albeno P. Garbin
Curing the last few years the study of voluntary membership in clubs and other social organisations has become a matter of increased importance in the area of social research. Sociological literature contains several significant studies which have focused attention on this particular area of human behavior. Notwithstanding this development, an attempt will be made in this research project to demonstrate that there is still a definite lack of information with respect to several,important aspects of voluntary membership, it is hoped that the findings of this study will be fruitful in supplying some date deemed necessary to increase our understanding of human behavior la this area.
Geisel, Robert Lee, "An investigation of the attitudes held by a randomly selected group of members toward their Young Women's Christian Association a socio-psychological analysis" (1962). Student Work. 339.
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