The Religious and Educational Philosophy of the Young Women's Christian Association: A Historical Study of the Changing Religious and Social Emphases of the Association as They Relate to Changes in Its Educational Philosophy and to Observable Trends in Current Religious Thought, Educational Philosophy, and Social Situations

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Teachers College, Columbia University, 1933 - Christian sociology - 156 pages
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INTRODUCTION
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THE GROWING PURPOSE 19061915
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THE GROWING SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS 19151920
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