The Use of Shorthand by Executive Level Secretaries Who are Employed by Major Employers in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area with Ramifications for Curriculum at the High School and Junior College Level

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The problem of the study was to determine if executive level secretaries in the Dallas-Fort Worth area did use and need shorthand training. Also if training was offered, at what level of school should it begin, and how long a program was necessary. The findings indicated the majority of executive level secretaries in the Dallas-Fort Worth area use the skill of manual shorthand. The sources for' these findings were personal interviews conducted with the aid of an interview guideline. Also, the secretaries interviewed concluded that the boss was the determining factor in how correspondence was handled.

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Hale, Sarah E. (Sarah Emily) December 1990.

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vi, 93 leaves.

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The problem of the study was to determine if executive level secretaries in the Dallas-Fort Worth area did use and need shorthand training. Also if training was offered, at what level of school should it begin, and how long a program was necessary. The findings indicated the majority of executive level secretaries in the Dallas-Fort Worth area use the skill of manual shorthand. The sources for' these findings were personal interviews conducted with the aid of an interview guideline. Also, the secretaries interviewed concluded that the boss was the determining factor in how correspondence was handled.

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Hale, Sarah E. (Sarah Emily). The Use of Shorthand by Executive Level Secretaries Who are Employed by Major Employers in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area with Ramifications for Curriculum at the High School and Junior College Level, thesis, December 1990; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc500809/: accessed October 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .