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ThesisSnyder, David NeilThe purpose of the study was to develop a detailed and comprehensive set of guidelines for the supervision of part-time municipal recreation leaders. These guidelines were developed in the following manner. Over two hundred guidelines directly and ind . . .
ThesisIglow, Judith BainesHospital Directors of Volunteer Services in Southern California continually try to establish their status as a profession. To provide support in this effort a survey was conducted to establish if uniform variables determine salaries. The survey result . . .
ThesisAn analysis of the application of NRPA curriculum standards to the practice of therapeutic recreation in CaliforniaTolan, Janice D.The need for accountability by human service professions to consumers and reimbursers is increasing. This need has required human service professions to take a more intense look at themselves as well as the relevance of their professional preparation . . .