The Minister's use of his time
Johnson, Douglas Wayne
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This thesis defines a minister's job through a descriptive analysis of his use of time. The various tasks are given a ranking according to expenditure of time. There has been no attempt to evaluate this choice of time use. The data was collected with the aid of a two-part research form. Part one consisted of a questionnaire asking the minister's age, his salary, the number of years he had been a minister, the number of years he had served in the Rock River Conference, the type of area served by the church, and the kind of assistance given the minister by a church staff. Part two was a two-week chart for the recording of time spent by the minister in priestly, administrative, pastoral, educational and organizational functions. Also on the time chart were categories for family time and recreational time. The research form was accompanied by an introductory letter and an instruction sheet for the time chart. [TRUNCATED]
Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University
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