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Date of Award

1979

Document Type

Dissertation

Degree Name

Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)

Department

Graduate Studies

First Advisor

Heath Lowry

First Committee Member

Beth B. Mason

Second Committee Member

John V. Schippers

Third Committee Member

Douglas B. Smith

Fourth Committee Member

Robert R. Hopkins

Abstract

The primary problem addressed in this study involved integration of the finding of the vast body of reading literature to determine if college and university reading-study programs generally prove beneficial to those participating in them. Included within this question were the following sub-problems: (1) For what student groups were college reading-study programs designed? Were programs designed to fulfill remedial/corrective, supportive, developmental or other as yet unspecified functions?; (2) What program content and program operation factors were identified within program reports?; and (3) What relationship, if any, exists between these program content and operation factors and reported program effects?

Pages

314

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