Date of Award:
Master of Science (MS)
Family Consumer Human Development
Department name when degree awarded
Marriage and Family Relations
In a highly complex culture, there are numerous factors that influence ones life. The more industrialized societies promote tremendous structure for the entire population. The past World War II era has been labeled "The Age of Anxiety" (28, p.3). In some respects children are being forced to mature at an earlier age. The "storm and stress" period of the adolescent is receiving considerable recognition in our current literature and the adults are taking on increasing amounts of structure which are all resulting in more complex culture.
Fitch, James W., "The Adolescents Preference for Counselors in Relation to Their Degree of Religious Conviction" (1967). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 2616.
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