An Investigation to Determine Improvement in the Social Status of Children Through Concetrated Effort
Description: The problem of this study is an investigation of the development of social adjustment in thirty-three first-grade pupils in Gainesville, Texas, during 1949-1950. The purpose of the study is to determine each child's total readiness status at the beginning of the investigation, surround each with socializing experiences appropriate to his need, and then determine whether measurable benefits appear to result from his participation in the specific activities designed for social development.
Creator: Atkins, Thelma
Partner: UNT Libraries