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by Marilea White
The purpose of this research paper is to study the effects of prejudice o
n the members of a minority group. More specifically the paper will include an analysis of Richard Wright's Native Son and The Long Dream, with Racial and Cultural Minorities by George Simpson and J. Milton Yinger as background material regarding
by Nancy A. Breville '60
by Barbara King
Much has been written today concerning religious and/or Christian education. Many questions have been raised as to the purpose and effectiveness of various religious education programs. This paper is concerned only with those programs which identify themselves as religious education programs. However, questions have been raised as to what approach to Christianity is being made within the framework of a said religious education program. What importance and meaning does an institution, more specifically, the organized church, give to its religious education program? The role of the religious education program is dependent primarily upon the institutional emphasis which is based on a specific theology . The more organized and hierarchical institutions seem to place a much heavier emphasis upon religious education programs while those institutions stressing fundamentalism give it a lesser importance in the total scope of the work of the institution. From this it follows that there will be considerable differences in terms of the differing emphases.
by Arline Cary '60
This paper will be primarily devoted to explaining the origin, functions, methods, and the accomplishments of the groups which have been most effective in bringing about changes for the betterment of minority and dominant group relations in the United States.