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Date of Award


Document Type


Degree Name

Master of Arts (M.A.)


Religious Education

First Advisor

Frank A. Lindhorst

First Committee Member

George Colliver

Second Committee Member

George S. Ingebo

Third Committee Member

Arthur Farey

Fourth Committee Member

Marion Pease

Fifth Committee Member

Martha F. Pierce


The problems concerned with this essay were: (1) To what extent is the method of informal dramatization being used in the religious education of children of various churches of Stockton?; (2) What are the values that seem to be in the use of it?; (3) How can a program of training be projected for increasing the extent and quality of the use of this method in the churches?

The ultimate objectives that evolve in this investigation are: (1) To encourage the use of the method of informal dramatization in the religious education of children in Stockton and elsewhere.; (2) To develop a proposed training program in this field.





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