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Master of Science (MS)
Family Consumer Human Development
Therel R. Black
Studies have shown that those who are active in community organizations are more satisfied with life and, as a result. are better, adjusted socially. In that case, it is of value to know where an ample degree of participation is found and what institutions and organizations do most to motivate activity among its members. This is an attempt to make such a study in regard to religious groups.
Leonhardt, Merlin C., "A Comparison of L.D.S. With Non-L.D.S. In Regard to Organizational Participation in Clearfield, Utah" (1956). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 2692.
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