This collection contains both Doctoral Dissertations and Masters Theses.
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Theses/Dissertations from 1966
ROBERT WALSER: EIN BEITRAG ZUM THEMA DER IDENTITÄT (Interpretation von “Helbling’s Geschichte“), Magdalena M. Hamor (Thesis)
Unmet social work needs in an inmate population of a county correctional institution, Jerry M. Harkins, Melbourne W. Henry, Virginia J. Hodges, Mary Patrick O'Meara, Elisabeth N. Siegel, and Donna B. Wilkins (Thesis)
Aspects of the city, Doris Louise Laird (Thesis)
A series of landscape studies in oil painting and other media exploring and interpreting natural landscape elelments with emphasis on the relationship between plastic space and visual space, Eugene Neal Olson (Thesis)
Marital interaction theory: some implications for research, Lucille S. Pugh, John C. Douglas, Eleanor M. Gadway, Jeanna C. Greenlee, Margaret D. McGill, Beverly S. Mackenzie, Marjorie H. Smith, and Violet S. Smith (Thesis)
Mephistopheles - Merck; ein Vergleich, Richard M. Slawson (Thesis)
Franz Michael Felder: Bregenzerwälder Dorfgeschichten und Schriften; eine Erziehungsstudie, Richard Deal Stones (Thesis)
Theses/Dissertations from 1965
Development of a tool to measure applicability of the general systems theory to generic social work, Richard L. DeCristoforo, Justus H. Freimund, Lewis G. Hahn, Arne O. Henifin, June Hohensee Kalogeratos, Hyung Bok Kim, Richard S. Peterson, Louise Smith, and Lewis L. Winchester (Thesis)
A study of the arguments for and against the Factory Act of 1833 used by members of Parliament in the House of Commons, Peter D. Grundfossen (Thesis)
The nationalization of education in England : Fabian influences on the Education Bill of 1902, Marguerite McBurney Marks (Thesis)
Extracurricular activities in secondary schools of Washington County, Oregon; a field study., Alan R. Martin (Thesis)
Christie School: The Evolution of a Social Institution, Bertha A. Roth, George Brock, Theodore Drahn, J. Bruce Hult, Janice Norbeck, Phyllis Donohue, Wayne Hinrichs, Ruth Nisly, Charles M. Smiley, and Dorothy Wittmeyer (Thesis)
Theses/Dissertations from 1964
Use of the depth interview in examining attitudes of delinquent boys: an exploratory study, Alice Allen, Jean Altorfer, Jerry Brickey, Lee Cumpston, Suse Katz, Bertha Mitchell, Bernadette Plummer, Alden Powell, and Carolyn Selling (Thesis)
Some factors influencing case classification in a public welfare agency, Miriam Berry, Hattie Gaskin, Glen Gilden, Robert Guerrero, Leo Henry, Joanna Metzger, Delois Nelson, Dick Newstrum, and Maxine Olson (Thesis)