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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THE GROWING PURPOSE 19061915
THE GROWING SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS 19151920
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1920 Convention adopted America Asso Association Monthly basis of membership become belief Bible study Board of Y.W.C.A. changes character ciation clubs Commission concerning conference Convention of Y.W.C.A. cooperation Dewey discussion economic educa educational philosophy emphasis evangelical experience expression factors Federal Council fellowship Florence Simms Grace Dodge Ibid increasingly individual influence interest International Jesus Christ Kingdom legislation living Mabel Cratty meeting ment method moral movement National Board National Convention National Training School organization period point of view problems Proceedings purpose questions realm recommendation relation relationship religion religious education religious thinking religious thought Report secretaries services of worship significant social gospel Social Ideals social order spirit statement Student Volunteer Movement tion Trade Union League trends United wage Walter Rauschenbusch William Heard Kilpatrick Womans Press Women's Bureau Women's Christian Association Women's Trade Union World's Young Women's York City Young Women's Christian