Motivational factors in selected women candidates for the Master of Religious Education degree
Knott, Thomas G
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The problem of this dissertation is to discover factors which motivate a selected group of women candidates for the Master of Religious Education degree to enter upon the program, and to relate motivational factors to perseverance or non-perseverance in the program and in subsequent professional practice.
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