Date of Award

Spring 1968

Document Type

Dissertation - Restricted

Degree Name

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)



First Advisor

Dupuis, Adrian

Second Advisor

Shimoniak, Wasyl

Third Advisor

Bernert, Roman


Educational progress and educational reform, like advancement in the political or the legal realm, are conditioned to a large extent by industrial and social changes. Many times education takes its clues from scientific and industrial changes. All too often, however, the educational sphere of development as a story in the history of mankind is neglected and depreciated as part of the unfolding story of man and his progress in history. And yet education is in itself the story of mankind, the story of man's social transformation in society, and man's adjustment to the experience of social change...



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