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Master of Arts (M.A.)


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It was the quest for answers to such questions which prompted this study. It is an effort to discover what young people in an out of school think about their training for family living. It is an effort to compare their opinions with those of adults and to evaluate them in terms of feasibility, goals, and sound learning experiences. It was expected that the material provided by this study would give direction to the development of a program of family life education in a community.





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