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Master of Arts (M.A.)




With the growth of business education in collegiate institutions, their assumption of responsibilities in connection with the preparation of young people for business careers, and the expectancy of the public relative to the ideals as well as the abilities of their graduates, it becomes more and more incumbent upon colleges and universities to devote attention to the social and ethical implications of business. The realization of this responsibility by the Stockton Junior College and the scheduling by it of a course of study in the The Social Function of Business has impelled the writer to make this survey and the following preparation for a course of study under the above title.



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